Katie Chamberlain Kritikos

PhD Student

Education

M.L.I.S. (2010), University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science
J.D. (2009), University of Illinois College of Law
B.A. (English, 2006), University of Alabama

Research Interests

Information Law and Policy
Privacy
Intellectual Freedom
Feminism

Professional Societies / Memberships

Freedom to Read Foundation Board of Trustees
American Library Association
Illinois State Bar Association

Awards

U.S. National Committee Fellowship (2016). Awarded by the American Library Association as one of fifty fellowships to attend the World Library and Information Congress of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions in Columbus, Ohio. Funded by $50,000 Laura Bush 21st Century Librarian Program Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Gordon M. Conable Conference Scholarship (2016). Awarded and funded by the Freedom to Read Foundation to attend the Annual Conference of the American Library Association, Orlando, Florida.

Publications

Kritikos, K. C. (2018). The right to forget, obliterate, erase: Defending personal data privacy in the digital age. Journal of Information Ethics Special Issue on the Right to Be Forgotten, 27(2), forthcoming.

Kritikos, K. C. (2018). Delisting and ethics in the library: Anticipating the future of librarianship in a world that forgets. International Federation of Library Associations Journal Special Issue on Privacy, 44(2), forthcoming.

Vitak, J., Zimmer, M. T., Kumar, P., Liao, Y., & Kritikos, K. C. (2018). Privacy attitudes and data valuation among users of fitness trackers. In Proceedings of the 2018 iConference: Transforming Digital Worlds. One of five finalists for the Lee Dirks Award for Best Completed Research Paper.

Lipinski, T. A. & Kritikos, K. C. (2018). How open access policies affect access to grey literature in university digital repositories: A case study of iSchools. The Grey Journal: International Journal on Grey Literature, 14(1), 6-20.

Kritikos, K. C., & Zimmer, M. T. (2017). Privacy policies and practices with cloud-based services in public libraries: An exploratory case of BiblioCommons. Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy, 2(1), 23-37. doi:10.5860/jifp.v2i1.6252.

Conference Presentations

Zimmer, M. T., Kumar, P., Vitak, J., Liao, Y., & Kritikos, K. C. (2018, May 18). “Fitness stuff is for me, not for everybody else”: Unpacking how fitness tracker users manage privacy boundaries for personal fitness information. Paper presented at Information Ethics Roundtable 2018, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Kritikos, K. C. (2018, April 20). Privacy, delisting, and ethics in the library. Paper presented at the Annual School of Information Studies Student Research Day, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Zimmer, M. T. & Kritikos, K. C. (2017, Sept. 22). Privacy attitudes and data valuation among users of fitness trackers. Paper presented at Information Policy and Pizza Series, Center for Information Policy Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Lipinski, T. A. & Kritikos, K. C. (2017, May 26). Legal and policy implications of licenses between LIS open access journal publishers and authors: A qualitative case study. Paper presented at QQML2017 Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries International Conference, Limerick, Ireland.

Kritikos, K. C. & Zimmer, M. T. (2017, April 21). Privacy policies and practices with cloud-based services in public libraries: An exploratory case of BiblioCommons. Presentation at Data and Ethics: Information Ethics Roundtable 2017, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Scholarly Activities

Teaching Assistant, Spring 2018. INFOST 110, Introduction to Information Science and Technology.

Research Assistant, 2016-2019. “Mapping Privacy and Surveillance Dynamics in Emerging Mobile Ecosystems: Practices and Contexts in the Netherlands and U.S.” Center for Information Policy Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Information Studies, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Funded by National Science Foundation EAGER (Early-Concept Grants for Exploratory Research) Grant.