National Security, Law Enforcement and Privacy 

Oct. 30, 2020
Online

CBA Access to Information and Privacy Law Online Symposium

National Security, Law Enforcement and Privacy

Presented by the CBA Privacy and Access Law Section

COST
CBA members: $55
CBA Young Lawyer Members (<5 years): $40
CBA Student members: $10
Non-members: $220
Government: $110
Plus applicable taxes

This session will be presented in English. Registrants will receive an on-demand recording following each webcast. This is the 3rd webinar in the CBA Access to Information and Privacy Law Online Symposium.


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 3:00 PM TO 4:30 PM ET

3:00 pm – 4:30 pm National Security, Law Enforcement and Privacy

The last year has seen a significant change in how Canada’s national security agencies are overseen, while the global discussions about lawful access and “going dark” have continued to expand. Join three of Canada’s leading thinkers on the topic who bring academic, public policy and “in the trenches” perspectives to transparency, accountability and privacy in the context of state access to personal information.

  • Canada’s new oversight model for national security
  • The debate about “going dark” in face of increased adoption of encryption


Moderator:   
David Fraser, McInnes Cooper LLP  

Speakers:  
Craig Forcese, Professor of law University of Ottawa, Member of the National Security and Intelligence Review Agency
Leah West, Lecturer of International Affairs - National Security Law, Counterterrorism, Cyber Operations, Carleton University

 

 

 

 

 

 

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