This week on Spark - The BC Privacy Commissioner recently hosted a fascinating conference all about the future of privacy, and Spark was there. From the right to control your DNA to surviving surveillance society we've got a look ahead at privacy 2.0
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BC Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Denham on a new vision for information rights in Canada.
Kevin Haggerty, professor of sociology and criminology at the University of Alberta, on surveillance and security.
Member of Parliament Charmaine Borg on amending internet privacy law in Canada.
Fiaaz Walji of data protection company Websense, on security in the mobile workplace.
Peter Chow-White, director of the Genomics and Networks Analysis (GeNA) Lab, on privacy and the advancement of genomics science.
The Future of Privacy and Consent
Ian Kerr, Canada Research Chair in Law, Ethics and Technology at the University of Ottawa on the future of information rights.