Conference Presentations


Jane Bailey and Valerie Steeves, “Surveillance and Self: Young Women’s Experiences with Online Social Media”, presented at Shirley Greenberg Lecture Series, University of Ottawa (15 October 2014).

Jane Bailey, “Gendering Big Brother: What’s a Feminist to Do?”, presented at Gendering Civil Liberties: A Symposium, sponsored by Osgoode Hall for Feminist Legal Studies and Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Toronto (19 September 2014).

Valerie Steeves, “It’s Hard Out There for a Girl: Online Surveillance of the Female Body on Social Media”, XVIII World Congress of Sociology, Yokohama, Japan (16 July 2014).

Jacquelyn Burkell and Alexandre Fortier, “Behavioural Tracking on Consumer Health Websites: A Health Literacy Challenge”, ABSC/CHLA, Montréal (16-20 June 2014).

Trevor Scott Milford, “You Have to Act a Certain Way Online: The Role of Stereotyped Identity Narratives in Gendered Online Conflict”, presented at Critical Perspectives: Criminology and Social Justice – Fourth National Conference, Carleton University, Ottawa (10-12 June 2014).

Jane Bailey, Jeremy DeBeer and Barbara McIsaac, “Brave New World: Civil and Family Law Litigation in the Cyberage”, presented at Ontario Superior Court of Justice Annual Conference, Ottawa (08 May 2014).

Valerie Steeves, “Reality Bytes (Back): What Canadian Kids Think About Life Online”, presented at Promise and Peril of Emerging Technologies: Children, Youth and Society, The Alberta Teachers’ Association in partnership with the Norlien Foundation’s Alberta Family Wellness Initiative, Edmonton (01 May 2014).

Valerie Steeves and Jane Bailey, “Living in the Mirror: Understanding Young Women’s Experiences with Online Social Networking”, presented at 6th Biennial Conference of the Surveillance and Society Network, University of Barcelona, Spain (25 April 2014).

Jane Bailey, “The Cyberbullying Debates in Canada,” presented at In the Public Interest Conference, University of Hong Kong (10 April 2014).

Jane Bailey and Valerie Steeves, “A Perfect Storm: How the Online Environment, Social Norms, and Law Constrain Girls’ Online Lives”, presented at eGirls, eCitizens: Putting Theory, Policy & Education into Dialogue with the Voices of Young Women, University of Ottawa (28 March 2014).

Valerie Steeves and Jane Bailey, “Body Image, Drama and Relationships Online: Lessons from the eGirls Project”, presented at eGirls, eCitizens: Putting Theory, Policy & Education into Dialogue with the Voices of Young Women, University of Ottawa (28 March 2014).

Jacquelyn Burkell, “Social Media and Personal Privacy: Towards a Typology of Privacy Orientations”, Centre for Law, Technology and Society Speaker Series, University of Ottawa (26 March 2014).

Trevor Scott Milford, “‘They Want to Be Objectified’: Public Profiles, Online Harassment, and Building Tolerance on Facebook”, presented at In Love…and in Danger II: Youth Conference, Family Services Ottawa (March 2014).

Valerie Steeves, “The Digital Literacy and Skills Challenge”, presented at Youth and Digital Skills Symposium: Preparing Young Canadians to Make Social, Economic and Cultural Contributions, MediaSmarts and Information and Communications Technology Council, Ottawa (10 February 2014).

Jane Bailey, “When the Label Obscures the Problem(s): An Analysis of Canadian Federal Parliamentary Debates About ‘Cyberbullying’”, Annie Macdonald Langstaff Workshop, McGill University, Montréal (15 January 2014).

Jane Bailey, “Filling an Equality Gap?: The Role of Privacy in AB v. Bragg”, Defining the Legal Line: Youth, Cyber Bullying & Wellbeing, McGill University, Montréal (20 November 2013).

Valerie Steeves, “Taking Young People’s Perspectives into Account in Cyberbullying Policy”, Defining the Legal Line: Youth, Cyber Bullying & Wellbeing, McGill University, Montréal (20 November 2013).

Jane Bailey, “Privacy in the Service of Equality?: Online Sexualized Bullying in AB v. Bragg”, Queen’s Feminist Legal Studies Speaker Series, Queen’s University, Kingston (01 November 2013).

Jacquelyn Burkell and Alexandre Fortier, “Privacy Policy Disclosure of Behavioural Tracking on Consumer Health Websites”, ASIS&T 2013 Annual Meeting, Montréal (01-05 November 2013).

Jane Bailey, “Filling an Equality Gap?: The Role of Privacy in AB v. Bragg”, Workshop on Cyberbullying and Online Sexual Exploitation in the Lives of Girls and Women, Status of Women Canada, Ottawa (07 October 2013).

Valerie Steeves, “Young People’s Online Engagement and Online Exploitation of Girls and Young Women”, presented at Workshop on Cyberbullying and Online Sexual Exploitation in the Lives of Girls and Young Women, Status of Women Canada, Ottawa (07 October 2013).

Trevor Scott Milford, “‘They Want to Be Objectified’: Public Profiles, Online Harassment, and Building Tolerance on Facebook”, presented at In Love…and in Danger: Youth Conference, Family Services Ottawa (October 2013).

Valerie Steeves, “The Lifecycle of Your Privacy Rights”, presented at 4th Annual Access to Information and Privacy Law Symposium: Resolving Competing Interests in Privacy and Access Law, Canadian Bar Association (27 September 2013).

Valerie Steeves, “Internet Freedom: Enabling Repression or Revolution?”, presented at Rights Watch 2013: Civil Liberties in the Digital Age: Privacy, Media and Free Expression, Canadian Civil Liberties Association, Ryerson Univeristy (21 September 2013).

Jacquelyn Burkell and Alexandre Fortier, “Hidden Surveillance by Consumer Health Websites”, Information, Interaction and Impact, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK (25-28 June 2013).

Jane Bailey, “Cyberbullying and Structural Inequality”, Clicks and Stones: Cyberbullying, Digital Citizenship and the Challenges of Legal Response, University of Toronto (03 May 2013).

Trevor Scott Milford, “Performing Critical Cyberfeminist Discourse Analyses,” presented at Critical Perspectives: Criminology and Social Justice – Third National Conference, University of Ottawa (02-05 May 2013).

Trevor Scott Milford, “Gendered Risk and Online Subjectivity: A Critical Cyberfeminist Discourse Analysis”, Youth 2.0: Connecting, Sharing and Empowering?, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium (20-22 March 2013).

Jane Bailey, “Cogs in the Wheel of Economic Progress?: Claims-Making About Girls and Technology in Canadian Policy Discourse”, Greenberg Lecture Series, University of Ottawa (20 February 2013).

Valerie Steeves, “Life in the Fish Bowl: Kids’ Attitudes About Online Surveillance, presented at Queen’s Surveillance Studies Centre Seminar Series, Queen’s Univeristy, Kingston (06 February 2013).

Jane Bailey, “Gender, Privacy and Equality Online: From Bicycle Face to Facebook,” presented at Universidad de Puerto Rico Faculty of Law Centenary Celebration, Puerto Rico (17 January 2013).

Jane Bailey, “Law & Society: A view through the lens of the eGirls Project”, presented at PhD Legal research methodology and theory course, University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law (26 November 2012).  [Download PDF]

Jane Bailey, “Confidentiality for ‘young victims of online sexualized bullying’:  was AB v. Bragg an equality case?”, presented at University of Ottawa Women and the Law Seminar Series, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law (21 November 2012).  [Download PDF]

Jacquelyn Burkell, “The View From Here: Privacy Expectations in Online Social Networks”, presented at the Tory Lectures Series, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Ottawa (24 October 2012).  [Download PowerPoint slides]

Valerie Steeves, “Privacy and the Right to Dissent: New Technology, New Techniques, New Concerns?” Presented at Rights Watch 2012: Civil Liberties: People, Power and Protest, Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, McGill University (13 October 2012).

Jacquelyn Burkell, “The View from Here: Facebook and Privacy”, Mediations 2.2, FIMS, The University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario (12 October 2012).

Jane Bailey, “The Interconnection of Gender, Privacy and Equality in Online Social Networking”, presented at Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands (09 October 2012).

Jane Bailey, Priscilla Regan and Valerie Steeves, “Living in the Mirror: Empirical and Theoretical Reflections on Privacy, Young People, and Social Networks”, presented at Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands (09 October 2012).

Jacquelyn Burkell, “Subjective Privacy Expectations on Facebook”, Privacy and Cybercrime Institute, Ryerson University, Toronto (28 September 2012).

Jane Bailey, “Privacy and Equality: Perspectives of Girls and Young Women”, presented at Yukon Bar and Bench Seminar, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory (27 September 2012).

Jacquelyn Burkell, “The View from Here: Privacy Norms and Expectation in Online Social Networks”, presented at International Law and Society Association Conference, Honolulu Hawaii (6 June 2012).

Jane Bailey and Valerie Steeves, “Doing Girl Online:  Relating Privacy to Gender in Online Social Spaces”, presented at International Law and Society Association Conference, Honolulu Hawaii (6 June 2012).

Valerie Steeves, “Teacher Concerns about Working and Learning with Technology”, School Library Learning Congress Symposium (Keynote address), Ottawa (June 2012).

Valerie Steeves, “Why Privacy Matters to Kids and Tech Companies”, GRAND: Network of Centres of Excellence for Graphics, Animation, and New Media Conference (Keynote address), Montreal (May 2012).

Valerie Steeves, “The eGirls Project”, Pathways to Privacy Research Symposium, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (Keynote address), Ottawa (May 2012).

Jane Bailey “Sexting” presented at Enrichment Mini-Course, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law (8 May 2012).

Jane Bailey, Michael Geist, Ian Kerr, “Social Media and the Law” presented at National Judicial Institute Seminar for Chief Justices, Chief Judges and Associates The Forks in the Road (16 April 2012).

Valerie Steeves, “Privacy and Child Protection Online: Finding the Balance”, Promise and Peril:  The Impact of Technology on Children, Schools and Communities”, Invitational Research Colloquium, Alberta Teachers Association, Edmonton (April 2012).

Valerie Steeves and Jane Bailey, “Doing ‘Girl’ Online:  Relating Surveillance to Gender in Online Social Spaces”, Watch this Space: Surveillance Futures, 5th Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference, University of Sheffield, UK (April 2012).

Valerie Steeves, “Benefits of Online Interactions to Children and Young People”, Kids and Technology: Between Fear and Fascination Conference, University of Ottawa Interdisciplinary Research Laboratory on the Rights of the Child, Ottawa (March 2012).

Valerie Steeves, “Talking to Kids and Parents about Online Privacy”, 13th Annual Privacy and Security Conference, British Columbia Ministry of Labour, Citizens’ Services and Open Government (Keynote address), Victoria (February 2012).

Jane Bailey and Valerie Steeves, “Negotiating Girl Online”, prepared for and presented at Torys Tech Talk, University of Ottawa Faculty of Law (February 2012).

Jane Bailey and Valerie Steeves “Will the Real Digital Girl Please Stand Up?:  How Canadian Policymakers Have Avoided Discussion of the Sexualized Commercial Agenda that Undermines Girls’ Online Agency”, presented at EU Kids Online Conference Children, risk and safety online:  Research and policy challenges in a comparative perspective, London England (23 September 2011).

Priscilla Regan, “Privacy and Trust in Sociotechnical Systems of Accountability”, Privacy and Accountability 2011: International Conference of the PATS Project, Centre for Technology and Society, Technical University Berlin (5-6 April 2011).

Priscilla Regan and Deborah Johnson, “Reconfiguring the House of Mirrors: Narrowing Digitally Mediated Surveillance on Facebook”, International Workshop on Cyber-Surveillance in Everyday Life, University of Toronto (12-15 May 2011).

Jane Bailey, “Will the Real Digital Girl Please Stand Up?”, presented at University of Hong Kong Technology Law Speakers Series, Hong Kong (February 2011).

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