Privacy and Access Rights in the Age of Technology Conference

Sep. 19-20, 2010
Ottawa ON


Privacy and Access Rights in the Age of Technology: The State of Canadians' Information Rights in 2010 and Beyond

September 19-20, 2010
Sheraton Ottawa Hotel, 150 Albert Street, Ottawa, ON

Presented by the National Privacy and Access Law Section and the Professional Development Committee of the Canadian Bar Association.

SOLD OUT - Thank you for your interest in this program; we are no longer accepting registrations 

Canada is a global leader in privacy and access to information law, on both the federal and provincial levels.  Privacy and confidentiality of information is protected in the private and public sectors, and is balanced with the concepts of transparency and accountability.  However, the rights provided in the laws are evolving as new technologies and global developments create challenges for both privacy and access.  Issues of privacy on the internet and consumer rights in an electronic health system are pushing the boundaries of existing legislation.  In the access sphere, technology is facilitating a shift from reactive disclosure to "open government". 

This conference will bring together regulators and access administrators from the federal and provincial governments to discuss these challenges.  They will be joined by some of the foremost thinkers in academia and industry as well as lawyers and privacy professionals from within government and the private sector. 

As privacy and access to information laws continue to evolve, and Canada continues to be a leader, the Symposium is your opportunity to hear thought leaders and join in the discussion of recent developments and the issues that Canada will face in the future as technology continues to globalize information.

Don't miss the newly added session to be presented on Monday, September 20 at 7:45 "Discussion with Industry Canada's Electronic Commerce Branch - PIPEDA Amendments and the Anti-Spam Bill"

Speakers:
Bruce Wallace, Director of Electronic Commerce Policy, Electronic Commerce Branch, Industry Canada
Andy Kaplan-Myrth, Policy Analyst, Electronic Commerce Branch, Industry Canada
 

Hotel Reservations
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Sheraton Ottawa Hotel for conference attendees. Please contact the Sheraton directly at 613-238-1500 or 1-800-325-3535 to make your reservation. 

 

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CONTACT INFO

Nancy Fullerton
CBA National Office
nancyf@cba.org 
613-237-2925;
1-800-267-8860, ext. 190