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Afternoon Sessions

Liveblogged 19 March 2011 | 1 Comment

[2:50 PM] Session Topics Singpolyma – Using code and architecture to promote privacy and how laws are insufficient Heather – Missing persons and privacy Melanie – Use of cool social spaces (Facebook, Twitter) as creepy treehouses Paul – Geotagging on Twitter, location privacy Kate – Connection between autonomy and privacy, especially with children and MMO’s [...]

Back from Lunch – Speedgeeking!

Liveblogged 19 March 2011 | 1 Comment

[2:30 PM] Lunch was delicious and vegan and organic, potatoes with carrot, chickpeas, quinoa. We came back to group and pushed the chairs the middle of the room to make way for speedgeeking, which is like speed dating but rather than finding true love we expressed ourselves and challenged ideas. Topics covered (as per the [...]

Morning sessions

Liveblogged 19 March 2011 | 1 Comment

[11:40 AM] Session Topics Jennifer – Social network that is trying to control your online image Jennifer – Why privacy is different Kate – philosophy of Facebook privacy Melanie – Stigma and three twitter handles Joanne – Differences between Canada and the USA [12:30 PM] Session Reports Canada & US Canada respects privacy more (legislation, [...]

PrivacyCampTO 2 – Getting to know each other

Liveblogged 19 March 2011 | 1 Comment

[10:00 AM] Gunner is telling us about our hackable agenda, we are welcoming people to participate in the speedgeeking session this afternoon! Guidelines: Appreciate one another. Listen and learn what other folks are doing. Agree to disagree. Be inclusive: un-specialize your jargon. Please go and meet people. [10:10 AM] We’re about to walk the line, [...]

Afternoon Session 2 – Room 2

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 0 Comments

(come back later for edited version!) Ryan Kellen – Software art, copyright and intellectual property, advertising – It’s great that we’re talking about privacy, but he thinks that the way the market is working right now is working just fine – As an advertiser on Facebook (the customers of Facebook), privacy is protected – Privacy [...]

Afternoon Sessions 2, Room 1

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 2 Comments

Online privacy and Gender Kate Raynes-Goldie (kate at k4t3 dot org @oceanpark) and Leigh Honeywell Geeks design software for other geeks, but as social media becomes ubiquitous, geeks are designing software for everyone. The designers do not represent the same diversity as the users. Online vs. Real-life distinction is no longer true. As a result, [...]

Notice: Is it dead?

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 1 Comment

Presented by Constantine Karbaliotis Getting beyond privacy notices and consent. problems with privacy notices require legal approval Europe is tighter on notice no one reads privacy notices companies may have multiple privacy notices, multiple jurisdictions and languages to consider is notice dead? no one reads them notices are there for when something goes wrong and [...]

Debating the Non-Private Person

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 1 Comment

blog post non-private person = people who have nothing to hide and are very public privacy is not binary – you don’t just have or not have privacy how to control the information which is online? is privacy a commodity or is it a right? what about paying for privacy? (should it be┬ácommodity?) will it [...]

Afternoon Session 1 – Room 3

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 1 Comment

(check back later for edited and non-note-like-version) Morgen Peers – Personas – J. Parkinson presented at Gov 2.0 Expo about patient-centred healthcare. Healing the American healthcare system is creating profiles for everyone, where doctors can have access and patients have read/write access. – My Gov in the UK – Who do I need here? who [...]

Privacy and Being Social: In life vs Online?

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 0 Comments

Presented by Luc St. Laurent how are people social and how do they interact in the real world? how to apply this to the online world? why is it that online we can’t do what we do in real life we are taught to behave differently depending on who is around us different aspects of [...]