Date: Thu, 9 May 1996 15:19:24 -0700 (PDT)
KUCI to broadcast Communication in the Digital Age: Implications for Privacy & Ownership of Information
Irvine -- KUCI radio's public affairs "Subversity" program is pleased to
broadcast the Spring Program of the Librarians Association of the
University of California, Irvine (LAUC-I).
"Communication in the Digital Age: Implications for Privacy and Ownership of
Information" was the topic of an April 25, 1996 program of addresses by Prof.
John King, UCI Department of Information and Computer Science, and Asst. Prof.
Phil Agre, UCSD Department of Communication.
The program will be broadcast Tuesday, May 14, 1996, from 5-6 p.m. on
KUCI, 88.9 FM in Orange County.
King formerly served as acting University Librarian at UCI. His home
page is at http://www.ics.uci.edu/CRR/king93.html. Agre edits the
"Network Observer," a newsletter about networks and democracy,
http://communication.ucsd.edu/pagre/tno.html. He also wrote
"Surveillance and capture: Two models of privacy," The Information Society
10(2), 1994, pages 101-127 (Special issue on the "Digital Individual".)
Agre's home page is at http://communication.ucsd.edu/pagre/agre.htm.
Subversity's past shows have included interviews with representatives of
Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility and Electronic Privacy
Information Center. A list of past shows is available on Subversity's
For more information, contact show host Daniel C. Tsang at (714) 597-9766.