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Certifications

  • Law License, State Bar of Vermont
  • Law License, State Bar of Illinois
  • Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200), Yoga Alliance

iSchool Experience

Adjunct Professor, University of Illinois School of Information Sciences, 2018-present

  • Teaching
    • IS 584, Information Ethics (Spring 2019, Spring 2021)
    • IS 510, Libraries, Information, and Society (Spring 2021)
    • IS 510, Libraries, Information, and Society (Fall 2020) – List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Students
  • Teaching Assistance
    • IS 505, Information Organization and Access (Spring 2019)
    • IS 590, Privacy in the Internet Age (Fall 2018)
    • IS 202, Social Aspects of Information Science and Technology (Fall 2018, Spring 2019)
  • Research
    • Data collection and analysis, Storytelling at Work (Summer 2019)
  • Service
    • Diversity Committee, LIS Pedagogy Working Group (2020-present)

Research Associate, Center for Information Policy Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Information Sciences, 2015-2018

  • Collaborated with research teams at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, University of Maryland, College Park, and Erasmus University Rotterdam on “Mapping Privacy and Surveillance Dynamics in Emerging Mobile Ecosystems: Practices and Contexts in the Netherlands and U.S.” Funded by National Science Foundation EAGER (Early-Concept Grants for Exploratory Research) Grant (Number 1640697).
  • Collected data and drafted papers on wearable technology, open access to digital repositories, Library 2.0, and international copyright limitations and exceptions for libraries.

Law Experience

Assistant Attorney General, Office of the Illinois Attorney General, Chicago, 2013-2014

  • Managed personal case load of legal research, briefs, hearings, and oral arguments for Illinois Department of Revenue civil tax litigation matters.

Managing Attorney, Law Office of Katherine Chamberlain, Princeton, Illinois, 2011-2013

  • Counseled and represented clients for matters in estate planning, probate, guardianship, and commercial and residential real estate.

Intern, Law Library of Congress, March 2010

  • Interned in Law Library Reading Room, answered Ask a Librarian reference questions, and visited mentors in government and academic libraries on Capitol Hill.

Law Library Graduate Assistant, University of Illinois College of Law, 2009-2010

  • Collaborated on reference desk and collection management projects, developed and maintained acquisitions databases, and created content for legal research wiki.

Education

Master of Science, Library and Information Science, University of Illinois School of Information Sciences, 2010

  • American Library Association
    • Chapter Relations Presidential Task Force Student Chapter Leader, 2010
    • Office for Intellectual Freedom Annual Conference Intern, 2010

Juris Doctor, University of Illinois College of Law, 2009

  • The Elder Law Journal, Note Editor (2008-2009); Member (2007-2009)
  • Honors Distinction in Introduction to Advocacy and Legal Writing and Analysis
  • Peer Advisor
  • Law Ambassador

Bachelor of Arts, English, summa cum laude, The University of Alabama, 2006

  • Phi Beta Kappa, University Honors Program

Publications

Zimmer, M. T., Kumar, P., Vitak, J., Liao, Y., & Kritikos, K. C. (2020). There’s nothing really they can do with this information’: Unpacking how users manage privacy boundaries for personal fitness information. Information, Communication & Society, 23(7), 1020-1037. DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2018.1543442.

Lipinski, T. & Kritikos, K. C. (2019). Legal and policy implications of licenses between LIS open access journal publishers and authors. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries, 6(4), 545-558.

Liao, Y., Vitak, J., Kumar, P., Zimmer, M. T., & Kritikos, K. C. (2019). Understanding the role of privacy and trust in intelligent personal assistant adoption. In Proceedings of the 2019 iConference: Information in Contemporary Society, 102-113. Lee Dirks Award for Best Completed Research Paper.

Kritikos, K. C. (2018), Guest Editor. 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), 47-65.

Kritikos, K. C. (2018). Delisting and ethics in the library: Anticipating the future of librarianship in a world that forgets. IFLA Journal Special Issue on Privacy, 44(2), 183-194. DOI: 10.1177/0340035218773783.

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. Sheffield, UK. 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.

Lipinski, T. A. & Kritikos, K. C. (2017). How open access policies affect access to grey literature in university digital repositories: A case study of iSchools. In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Grey Literature: Public Awareness and Access to Grey Literature.

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.

Kritikos, K. C. (2016). Thoughts on trigger warnings: Spoiler alerts at best and censorship at worst? (column). Journal of Information Ethics, 25(2), 14-15.

Kritikos, K. C. (2016, July 7). Balancing free speech and social justice to secure the future of intellectual freedom. Office for Intellectual Freedom Blog. Retrieved from http://www.oif.ala.org/oif/?p=6896.

Lipinski, T. A. & Kritikos, K. C. (2016). Copyright reform and the library and patron use of non-text or mixed-text grey literature: A comparative analysis of approaches and opportunities for change. The Grey Journal: International Journal on Grey Literature, 12(2), 67-82.

Lipinski, T. A. & Kritikos, K. C. (2015). Copyright reform and the library and patron use of non-text or mixed-text grey literature: A comparative analysis of approaches and opportunities for change. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Grey Literature: A New Wave of Textual and Non-Textual Grey Literature (pp. 46-60).

Chamberlain, K. A. (2011). “Lawfully made under this title”: The implications of Costco v. Omega on the first sale doctrine and library lending. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 37(4), 291-298.

Chamberlain, K. A. (2009). Looking for a “good death”: The elderly terminally ill’s right to die by physician-assisted suicide. Elder Law Journal, 17(1), 61-93.

Conference Papers and Presentations

Zimmer, M., Kritikos, K. C., Vitak, J., Kumar, P., Liao, Y. (2018). Privacy Boundaries and Information Flow Solipsism in the Personal Fitness Information Ecosystem. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR’18), Montréal, Canada.

Kritikos, K. C. (2018, June 25). How fitness tracker users manage privacy and personal fitness information. Poster presented at Mapping Privacy and Surveillance Dynamics in Emerging Mobile Ecosystems: Practices and Contexts Workshop, University of Maryland, College Park.

Kritikos, K. C. (2018, May 19). “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, Apr. 20). Privacy, delisting, and ethics in the library. Paper presented at the Annual Student Research Day of the School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Second place for Best Ph.D. Student Paper.

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

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 the 9th International Conference of Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries, Limerick, Ireland.

Kritikos, K. C. (2017, May 31). Privacy and cloud computing in public libraries: The case of BiblioCommons. Paper presented at the Annual Student Research Day of the School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Second place for Best Ph.D. Student Research Paper.

Kritikos, K. C. (2016, June 27). Balancing free speech and social justice to secure the future of intellectual freedom. Intellectual Freedom Committee-Association of American Publishers Program. Invited presentation at the Annual Conference and Exhibition of the American Library Association, Orlando, Florida.

Kritikos, K. C. (2016, April 26). Another dimension: Practical, legal, and ethical considerations of 3D printing in academic libraries. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the Wisconsin Association of Academic Libraries, Green Lake, Wisconsin.

Lipinski, T. A. & Kritikos, K. C. (2015, Dec. 1). Copyright reform and the library and patron use of non-text or mixed-text grey literature: A comparative analysis of approaches and opportunities for change. Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on Grey Literature, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Kritikos, K. C. (2015, Dec. 2). Orphan works in the United States. Poster presented at the 17th International Conference on Grey Literature, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Other Scholarly Engagement

Guest Lecturer (2019, April 18). The Right to Be Forgotten. Social Aspects of Information Science and Technology (INFO 202). School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Guest Lecturer (2019, Mar. 4). Surveillance and Privacy (IS 590IE). School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Guest Lecturer (2019, Mar. 4). Algorithms, Big Data, and Bias. Information Ethics (IS 590IE). School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Guest Lecturer (2019, Feb. 25). Non-Consensual Pornography and Information Ethics. Information Ethics (IS 590IE). School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Guest Lecturer (2019, Feb. 12). Social Aspects of Non-Consensual Pornography. Social Aspects of Information Science and Technology (INFO 202). School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Guest Editor (2018). Journal of Information Ethics Special Issue on the Right to Be Forgotten, 27(2).

Guest Lecturer (2018, Nov. 14). Privacy and Library and Information Science. Privacy in the Internet Age (IS 590PV). School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Guest Lecturer (2018, Oct. 24). Social Aspects of Non-Consensual Pornography. Social Aspects of Information Science and Technology (INFO 202). School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.

Guest Lecturer (2017, Nov. 1). Free Speech and the Right to Be Forgotten. Information Technology Ethics (INFOST 120). School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Guest Lecturer (2016, Dec. 6). Emerging Issues in Digital Ethics. Legal Aspects of Information Products and Services (INFOST 465). School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Guest Lecturer (2016, Nov. 15). Free Speech Issues. Legal Aspects of Information Products and Services (INFOST 465). School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Awards and Grants

U.S. National Committee Fellowship (2016). Awarded by the American Library Association as one of fifty fellowships to attend the 82nd 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 (Grant Number RE-00-15-0108-15).

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

Student Grant (2016). Awarded and funded by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Information Studies to attend the Annual Conference of the Wisconsin Library Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Service and Leadership

  • Freedom to Read Foundation Board of Trustees, 2017-2019
    • Chair, Gordon M. Conable Conference Scholarship Committee
  • American Library Association
  • Illinois State Bar Association
  • Vermont State Bar Association