228: The future of privacy. Surveillance society. Mobile security. Genome identification.

Photo by <a href= 'http://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/8566082872'>Mike Licht</a>

Photo by Mike Licht


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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Information Rights
BC Privacy Commissioner Elizabeth Denham on a new vision for information rights in Canada.

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Surveillance Society
Kevin Haggerty, professor of sociology and criminology at the University of Alberta, on surveillance and security.

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Legislating Privacy
Member of Parliament Charmaine Borg on amending internet privacy law in Canada.
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Mobile Security
Fiaaz Walji of data protection company Websense, on security in the mobile workplace.

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Genome Identification
Peter Chow-White, director of the Genomics and Networks Analysis (GeNA) Lab, on privacy and the advancement of genomics science.

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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.

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