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ANNOUNCEMENT: BC Information Policy Conference

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Partnerships for Public Access
BC Information Policy Conference
November 19 - 21, 1993
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre
 
This electronic conference brochure is in 7 sections:
1. Conference mandate
2. Program at a glance
3. Bio of the Keynote Speaker, Fred (Rick) W. Weingarten
4. Full conference agenda
5. Registration information
6. Registration form
7. Conference sponsors
 
To get a paper version of this document mailed to you, call the British
Columbia Library Association at (604) 430-9633.
 
*********************************
 
PARTNERSHIPS FOR PUBLIC ACCESS
 
We are constantly told that we are in an information age. However, a few
large corporations and institutions control most of the flow of
information. Many groups and individuals do not have the education or
resources to own or use computers, access networks, make their information
available online, or exchange information by computer. As information
growth continues to expand at an exponential rate, the gap between the
information rich and the information poor continues to widen.
 
Many community and public organizations are concerned that current
government policies and practices will reduce public access to information.
This conference on information policy is organized to explore the main
issues associated with public access to information in Canada.
 
The conference programme has been designed to give a general examination of
government information policy as well as explore the role of FreeNet, a
non-profit community computing utility.
 
FreeNet provides an opportunity for many non-profit organizations to make
their information available to the public while at the same time giving
them and their users access to the rich resources of the community and
government. FreeNet is a practical opportunity to redress some of the
current inequities in public access to information.
 
*********************************
 
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
 
Friday evening, November 19
6:00 - 7:00          Conference Registration
7:00 - 9:00          Public Access to the Electronic Highway
 
Saturday, November 20
8:30 - 9:00          Conference Registration
9:00 - 9:45          Overview of Government Information Policy and
                     Information Technology Trends in Canada
9:45 - 10:45         Provincial Government Information Policy
10:45 - 11:00        Break
11:00 - 11:30        The role of the office of the Information
                     and Privacy Commissioner of BC
11:30 - 12:30        Municipal Government Information Policy
12:30 - 1:30         Lunch (not provided)
1:30 - 2:30          Federal Government Information Policy
2:30 - 3:45          Break-out sessions
3:45 - 4:00          Break
4:00 - 5:15          FreeNets, Libraries, and Telecommunications Access
 
Sunday, November 21
8:30 - 9:00          Conference Registration
9:00 - 10:15         Why a FreeNet?
10:15 - 10:30        Break
10:30 - 12:00        What's Free About FreeNet?
12:00 - 1:00         Lunch (provided)
1:00 - 2:30          Freedom of Speech: FreeNet and Censorship Issues
2:30 - 2:45          Break
2:45 - 4:15          Equal Access to Electronic Resources
4:15 - 5:00          Summary and Resolutions
 
*********************************
 
Keynote speaker: Fred (Rick) W. Weingarten
 
Fred W. Weingarten is Executive Director of the Computing Research
Association (CRA), an association of academic departments of Computer
Science and Computer Engineering, and industrial laboratories that engage
in research in the computing disciplines.
 
Prior to joining the CRA, Dr. Weingarten served for several years as
Manager of the Communication and Information Technologies Program at the
congressional Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), an agency of Congress
responsible for performing technology policy studies. He was responsible
for over thirty studies on many issues involving computers and
communication systems, including R&D policy, telecommunications policy,
educational technology, government information policy, the impacts of
computers on banking and financial markets, and industrial and office
automation. Prior to his service at OTA, he was a program director in the
Computer Science Division of the National Science Foundation (NSF). As
Program Director for Special Projects, he funded important early research
in areas of social impacts, including privacy, systems security, and human
interface.
 
He has spoken and written extensively on a wide variety of policy issues
involving the development and use of information technologies. His columns
and commentaries appear regularly in Computing Research News, SIAM News,
Communications of the ACM. He continues to pursue active research on
technology policy, having just completed an NSF-funded study of foreign
national networking programs in conjunction with the Organization for
Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), in Paris.
 
*********************************
 
FULL CONFERENCE AGENDA
 
Friday evening, November 19
 
6:00 - 7:00 * Conference Registration
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
 
7:00 - 9:00 * Public Access to the Electronic Highway
Rick Weingarten will examine current trends and developments in electronic
networks in the United States and internationally while focusing on those
issues which are important for assuring public access to the electronic
highways. Technological and public policy issues will be addressed.
 
Speaker: Rick Weingarten, Executive Director, Computing Research
Association
Moderator: Gordon Ray, President, BC Library Association; Director, Fraser
Valley Regional Library
 
 
Saturday, November 20
 
8:30 - 9:00 * Conference Registration, Simon Fraser University at Harbour
Centre
 
9:00 - 9:45 * Overview of Government Information Policy and Information
Technology Trends in Canada
Public access to telecommunications and government information, and to a
lesser degree technological development, takes place within the framework
of government legislation and regulation. Brian Campbell will provide an
overview of the direction of legislation and policy initiatives and link it
to the future of FreeNets, public libraries, and access to government
information.
 
Speaker: Brian Campbell, Systems and Planning Director, Vancouver Public
Library; President, Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association; Chair,
Information Policy Committee, Canadian Library Association
Moderator: Ann Cowan, Associate Director, Canadian Centre for Studies in
Publishing, SFU
 
9:45 - 10:45 * Provincial Government Information Policy
What are the directions of BC Government information policy now that the
second phase of the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act has been passed?
What is the relationship of the recently developed draft paper in
"Tradeable Information Licensing Access To and Use of Government
Information" to government information policy? Will revenue generation be
the major consideration in access to information? What is the government
doing to develop province-wide access to information including rural areas?
Why is the government avoiding dissemination programs such as the Library
Depository Program? Will government information be disseminated on FreeNet?
 
Moderator: Nancy Hannum, Director, Legal Resource Centre, Legal Services
Society
Darrell Evans, President, BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association
Barbara Greeniaus, Director, Library Services Branch, Ministry of Municipal
Affairs, Recreation and Housing, Province of BC
Frank Hudson, Project Manager, Information Management Group, Ministry of
Government Services, Province of BC
 
10:45 - 11:00 * Break
 
11:00 - 11:30 * The Role of the Office of the Information and Privacy
Commissioner of BC
The office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner was created in the
new Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act which was formally
declared on October 4, 1993. This is an independent position which reports
to the BC Legislative Assembly.
 
Speaker: David Flaherty, Information and Privacy Commissioner of BC
 
11:30 - 12:30 * Municipal Government Information Policy
Municipal governments create and store an enormous amount of information
regarding construction, permits and licences, property ownership, taxation
levels, health and safety reports, inspections, etc. Many municipal
governments are now examining revenue generation from the sale of these
databases. Privacy concerns and the right of public access to municipal
data are two of the constraining factors. How important is public access to
municipal information? What effect will charging for this information have
on citizen participation in municipal politics?
 
Moderator: Leonora Crema, Head of Circulation, UBC Library; Vice President,
BC Library Association
Donald Gutstein, Lecturer, Department of Communication, Simon Fraser
University; Cofounder, Project Censored
Harriet Permut, Policy Analyst, Union of British Columbia Municipalities
Speaker to be announced.
 
12:30 - 1:30 * Lunch (not provided)
 
1:30 - 2:30 * Federal Government Information Policy
Federal government information policy has been elaborated and expanded
since our conference last year. How is the Federal government viewing its
information resources? What role do one-stop information kiosks have in the
distribution of government information? Which is more important, efficiency
or information distribution? What are the ethical implications of the sale
of government information? Should citizens have to pay for government
information which their taxes have already paid to create? Should private
companies profit from the resale of government information?
 
Moderator: Greg Buss, Chief Librarian, Richmond Public Library; Chair,
Fundraising Committee, Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association
Mary Frances Laughton, Communications Research Centre, Government of Canada
Rowland Lorimer, Director, Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing;
Professor, Department of Communication, SFU
Michael Nelson, Manager, Information Management Practices Policy, Treasury
Board Secretariat, Government of Canada
 
2:30 - 3:45 * Break-out sessions
 
3:45 - 4:00 * Break
 
4:00 - 5:15 * FreeNet, Libraries, and Telecommunications Access
Governments and corporations are preparing to spend enormous resources to
create high-speed telecommunications networks. Who are the players and what
are the stakes? What is existing government policy? What is CANARIE and who
controls it? How are public organizations such as community groups,
libraries, and FreeNets going to be guaranteed access to these networks?
What about the poor? Those without access to technology?
 
Moderator: Michael Hrybyk, Manager, Central Networking, University
Computing Services, UBC; Chair, Hardware/Software Committee, Vancouver
Regional FreeNet Association
Peter Anderson, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, SFU;
Associate Director, Centre for Policy Research on Science and Technology,
SFU
Jocelyn Cote-O'Hara, President and Chief Executive Officer, Stentor Telecom
Policy Inc.
Additional speaker to be announced.
 
 
Sunday, November 21
 
8:30 - 9:00 * Conference Registration, Simon Fraser University at Harbour
Centre
 
9:00 - 10:15 * Why a FreeNet?
Why bother to establish a FreeNet? What are the needs FreeNets are trying
to satisfy? Who will use FreeNet? Where does FreeNet fit in with libraries
and other non-profit information providers? What kind of information will
be available? If there are all these commercial bulletin boards, why is
FreeNet necessary?
 
Moderator: Jacqueline Van Dyk, Systems Librarian, North Vancouver District
Public Library; Chair, System Design Committee, Vancouver Regional FreeNet
Assn.
Larry Kuehn, Director of Research & Technology Division, British Columbia
Teachers Federation
Bill Andrews, Manager, Electronic Crossroads Project, West Coast
Environmental Law
Alan Etkin, Graduate Student Department of Communication, Simon Fraser
University; Coordinator, Take Back the News
 
Demonstration of an existing FreeNet
Ann Doyle, Systems Librarian, UBC Library
 
10:15 - 10:30 * Break
 
10:30 - 12:00 * What's Free about FreeNet?
Nothing is free. Who will pay for it and how? Is it naive to create a free
service in 1993? How will non-profit organizations pay for the creation of
the information that they want to provide for free? What is the
relationship between commercial bulletin boards and FreeNet? How can we pay
for the creation of information that is not currently available? Should
FreeNet be made easily available to professional associations to conduct
their work? Should FreeNet provide commercial news services as part of its
information?
 
Moderator: To be announced
Gil Evans, Executive Director, Information Services Vancouver, Publishers
of the Red Book
Phil Lyons, Executive Director, National Academy of Older Canadians;
Endorsement Coordinator, Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association
Tracey Reiter, Founder and Director of Operations, MindLink! Communications
Inc.
Ian Theaker, Principal, Integral Design/Engineering
 
12:00 - 1:00 * Lunch (will be provided)
 
1:00 - 2:30 * Freedom of Speech: FreeNet and Censorship Issues
Does free speech apply to electronic networks? Are there network ethics or
appropriate policies that should take precedence over free speech? Do we
allow racist, sexist, homophobic jokes or material on FreeNet? What about
pornography? Should we worry about children having access to all the
material on the network? Is there a difference between being able to access
material and having it shoved in your face? Who will monitor FreeNet? Who
will monitor the monitor? Is it possible to control what individuals have
access to?
 
Moderator: Allison Haupt, Coordinator of Children's and Young Adults'
Services, North Vancouver District Public Library
Frances Bula, Reporter, Vancouver Sun
Beverley Burke, SysOp, Affinity Castle BBS
John Westwood, Executive Director, BC Civil Liberties Association
 
2:30 - 2:45 * Break
 
2:45 - 4:15 * Equal Access to Electronic Resources
Only 20 - 25% of the population own microcomputers.
A far smaller percentage have modems. An even smaller percentage have the
skills to create and distribute information on the network. Does this
matter? Do we care if an information rich and information poor society is
created? There are rich and poor in the real world, why should it be any
different for information technology? What ways can we equalize access if
it is important? Do the poor, minority groups, small political and
community organizations have a right to access electronic technology and to
create and distribute their information?
 
Moderator: Margaret Coates, Executive Director, Eastside Family Place;
Chair, Task Force for Equal Access, Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association
Guy Thomas, Library Coordinator, Native Education Centre; Chair, Community
Content Committee, Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association
Gladys We, Graduate Student, Department of Communication, Simon Fraser
University; Member-at-Large, Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association
Additional speaker to be announced.
 
4:15 - 5:00 * Summary and Resolutions
Do we need a Citizen's Information Charter of Rights? A wrap-up session on
the issues and an exploration of the purpose of a Charter.
Moderator: Brian Campbell, Systems and Planning Director, Vancouver Public
Library; President, Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association
 
*********************************
 
REGISTRATION INFORMATION
 
Who should attend?
Individuals, representatives of community organizations, librarians,
library trustees, government representatives and representatives of the
private sector who are concerned with information access issues.
 
Registration forms
Registration forms are mailed with this document. Additional forms are
available through the British Columbia Library Association office. Please
call 430-9633, send mail to 110 - 6545 Bonsor Avenue, Burnaby, BC, V5H 1H3,
or send an email request to "[log in to unmask]".
 
Registration deadline
Please send in your registration form before November 5. Completed
registration forms should be sent to Information & Registration Services,
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings Street,
Vancouver, BC, V6B 5K3.
 
For further information
Contact the BC Library Association at 430-9633 or send email to
"[log in to unmask]".
 
*********************************
 
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM
 
 
___________________________________________
Name (please print or type)
 
___________________________________________
Organization (if applicable)
 
___________________________________________
Address
 
___________________________________________
Postal Code
 
___________________________________________
Work Telephone
 
___________________________________________
Home Telephone
 
___________________________________________
Fax Number
 
___________________________________________
Email Address
 
[  ]  Regular Conference Registration ($40)
[  ]  Student / Low Income Registration ($20)
 
Please make cheques payable to the BC Library Association.
 
Mail completed conference registrations to:
Information and Registration Services
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre
515 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC, V6B 5K3
 
*********************************
 
CONFERENCE SPONSORS
 
British Columbia Freedom of Information and Privacy Association
 
British Columbia Library Association
 
Canadian Centre for Studies in Publishing at Simon Fraser University
 
Legal Resource Centre of the Legal Services Society
 
Library Service Branch, Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and
Housing
 
Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre
 
Vancouver Regional FreeNet Association

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