talks & publications

[This list is hopelessly out of date… update coming soon!]

PhD thesis

Raynes-Goldie, K. (2012). Privacy in the Age of Facebook: Discourse, Architecture, Consequences. PhD. Curtin University, Perth, Australia.

papers and book chapters

The stranger danger: exploring surveillance, autonomy and privacy in children’s use of social media
Jason Nolan, Kate Raynes-Goldie, Melanie McBride
Canadian Children: Journal of the Canadian Association for Young Children. (36)2. 2011.

[pdf] Annotated bibliography: Digitally mediated surveillance, privacy and social network sites.
Kate Raynes-Goldie. Cybersurveillance and Everyday Life: An International Workshop. University of Toronto, Canada. 2011

[html] Aliases, creeping, and wall cleaning: Understanding privacy in the age of Facebook
Kate Raynes-Goldie. First Monday, 15(1). 2010.

[pdf] Wiki Collaboration Within Political Parties: Benefits and Challenges
Kate Raynes-Goldie and David Fono. In T. Davies & S. P. Gangadharan (Eds.), Online Deliberation: Design, Research, Practice. CSLI. 2009.

[pdf] Our Space: Online Civic Engagement Tools for Youth
Kate Raynes-Goldie and Luke Walker. In L. Bennett (Ed.), Civic Engagement: The MacArthur Series on Digital Media and Learning. MIT Press. 2008

[pdf] Hyperfriends and Beyond: Friendship and Social Norms on LiveJournal
David Fono and Kate Raynes-Goldie in M. Consalvo & C. Haythornthwaite (Eds.), Internet Research Annual Volume 4: Selected Papers from the Association of Internet Researchers Conference. Peter Lang. 2007.

[html] Pulling Sense out of Today’s Informational Chaos: LiveJournal as a Site of Knowledge Creation and Sharing
Kate Raynes-Goldie. First Monday, 9(12). 2004.


Making an online privacy game for kids, with kids.
Media 140 Digital Futures
. Perth, Australia, April 28, 2012.

Youth Privacy
Kate Raynes-Goldie and Matthew Johnson
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada‘s Insights on Privacy Speakers’ Series,
Ottawa, Canada. September 8, 2011

Subversion for Fun and Safety: Resistive Privacy Practices on Facebook
Kate Raynes-Goldie
Internet Research 10: Internet Critical
Association of Internet Researchers. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. October 7-10, 2009.

Facebook: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Kate Raynes-Goldie
Canadian Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation
Wychwood Barns, Toronto, Canada. October 22-25, 2009

Open Politics: Collaborative Writing as a New Method of Deliberation and Decision Making
Kate Raynes-Goldie and Michael Pilling
Canadian Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation
Ottawa Congress Centre, Ottawa, Canada. October 27-30, 2005.

Hyperfriendship and Beyond: Friendship and Social Norms on Livejournal
Kate Raynes-Goldie and David Fono
Internet Research 6.0: Internet Generations
Association of Internet Researchers. Chicago, Illinois. October 5-9, 2005.

[pdf] Wiki Use by Political Parties: a Case Study
Kate Raynes-Goldie and David Fono
2nd Annual Conference on Online Deliberation/DIAC-2005
Stanford University. Palo Alto, California. May 20-22, 2005.

Pulling Sense Out of Today’s Informational Chaos: Livejournal as a Site of Knowledge Creation and Sharing
Kate Raynes-Goldie
Internet Research 4.0: Broadening the Band
Association of Internet Researchers. Toronto, Canada. October 16-19, 2003.

Viral Video: Popular Cultural Expression on the Internet
International Summer Institute for Semiotics and Structural Studies
International Semiotics Institute. Imatra, Finland. June 8-11, 2003.


Co-Creating with Kids: Experiences from Collaborative Interactive Design.
Kate Raynes-Goldie, David Fono, Jaime Woo, Mary Maliszewski and Mitchell McCoy
INplay 2012. Toronto, Canada. May 15, 2012.

Police Tweeters: A G20 Toronto Summit Case Study
Kate Milberry, Kate Raynes-Goldie, Sgt. Tim Burrows and Steven James May
NXNE Interactive,  Toronto, Canada. June 16, 2011

Social Media
Walji, F., Raynes-Goldie K., Ruff, L. Bieda, L & Marwick, A. (2011, February).
Panel presented at the 12th Annual Privacy & Security Conference: Is there an app for that? Victoria Conference Centre, Victoria, Canada.

[video] [slides] “Nurturing Maker Culture for Young Girls: privacy, safety and MMOs for girls”
panel title: Maker Children: DIY culture and perspectives on social technologies
Alexandra Bal, Alison Gaston, Jason Nolan, Kate Raynes-Goldie and Yukari Seko
DIY Citizenship, Toronto, Canada. November 12-14, 2010

[video] Where are we now? The inter-generational shift in privacy perceptions (opening plenary)
Peter Hustinx, Omer Tene, Peter Schaar, Kate Raynes-Goldie, Chris Hoofnagle and Alice Marwick
32nd Annual Conference of Privacy and Data Protection Commissioners, Jerusalem, Israel, October 27-29 2010

[slides] [summary] “Privacy, Facebook and the Californian Ideology”
panel title: On the Philosophy of Facebook
Anthony Hoffmann, Korinna Patelis, Kate Raynes-Goldie, Trebor Scholz, Dylan Wittkower and Michael Zimmer
Internet Research 11, Gothenberg, Sweden, October 21-23 2010

Can Social Games Do Social Good?
Tony Walsh, Dave Lazar, Martin Best, Kate Raynes-Goldie and Jennifer Hollett
NXNEi, Toronto, Canada. June 16, 2010.

Web 2.0 Suicide Ujwal Arkalgud, Gordan Savicic, Kate Raynes-Goldie and Steven James May
NXNEi, Toronto, Canada. June 15, 2010.

Web 2.0 and Non-profits
Kate Raynes-Goldie, Nick Moraitis and Andrew Apostola
New Connections, Vibewire Inc. NSW Teachers Federation Conference Centre, Sydney, Australia. November 30, 2007.

We Know Your Every Thought – Privacy in the Digital Age: A discussion on Privacy, Cryptography, Data Mining and Rights in the age of Google and Facebook
Kate Raynes-Goldie and Dave Cake
Night’s Edge, Emerald Hotel. Perth, Australia. November 10-11, 2007.

Under 18: Blogs, Wikis, and Online Social Networks for Youth
Andrea Forte, danah boyd, Elisabeth Sylvan, Kate Raynes-Goldie and Erin Reilly
SXSW. Austin, Texas. March 10-13, 2007

Surfing the rolling cloud of connectivity: ICT and the developing world
David Barnard, Partha Sarker and Kate Raynes-Goldie
Netsquared, Santa Clara, California. May 30-31 2006

Trust in the Media
Canadian Centre for Ethics and Public Affairs
Don Newman, Kim Meek and Kate Raynes-Goldie
University of King’s College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. February 9, 2006

other writing
[html] Apathy and Irony
Kate Raynes-Goldie
The Globe and Mail. August 9, 2004

[html] Blog the Vote
Kate Raynes-Goldie
Now Magazine. June 10, 2004

[html] Race Baiting
Kate Raynes-Goldie
Now Magazine. March 18, 2004

[html] What’s Adbusters Doing Making Runners in China?
Kate Raynes-Goldie
Now Magazine. February 19, 2004