Privacy and Access in Connected and Automated Vehicles (Archived Video Stream) 

May 12, 2020

OBA Privacy and Access to Information Law PROGRAM | Original Program Date: May 12, 2020

Connected and automated vehicles (CAVs) collect, store, process and transmit massive amounts of data. Some of this data constitutes personal data within the meaning of Canadian privacy law, bringing with it various obligations. The data also has commercial and social value, raising questions of access as it may be sought by a range of stakeholders including municipal governments, insurers and law enforcement, as well as market competitors and litigators.

While the benefits of CAVs in road safety and consumer convenience are clear, threats to individual privacy and civil liberties more broadly cannot be ignored. As the rapid adoption of CAV technologies continues, join us to explore how a balance can be achieved between privacy, data protection, and innovation. Our expert faculty will guide you through the opportunities and legal challenges associated with consumer and industrial applications of CAVs at this valuable program.


Rajen Akalu, Akalu Law Professional Corporation and Assistant Professor, Ontario Tech University
Avi Sharabi, Stieber Berlach LLP


To view the full program agenda, please click here.


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    CBA Member: $150*
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