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Privacy Law & The Internet

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 2 Comments

Presented by Julianna Yau lag in privacy legislation versus emerging technologies minority government impact problems with integrating specific technologies with legislation do we feel the law protects our privacy, even without taking the internet into account? do companies abide by PIPEDA now? examples that they don’t companies use legalese to trick people into giving consent [...]

Statements to consider

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 1 Comment

eavesdropping is not lawful access Never attribute to malice what can be attributed to stupidity there’s no such thing as a free lunch you’re not the customer, you’re the product money can’t compensate for lost privacy (can it?

Questions to Consider

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 0 Comments

how can you really have ultimate control of your privacy if you have to give up a little bit of information everywhere (e.g. ID at bar & drivers license at video store) can you regulate non-disclosure? where do you instill your trust? is trust a commodity that can be digitalized? who owes you what? where does paranoia [...]

PrivacyCampTO – Colin McKay

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 3 Comments

Colin McKay – Privacy Commissioner’s office was at another Privacy discussion yesterday with professionals and academics hard to explain range of opinions and positions of people who are aware of Privacy issues when you want a simple overview of privacy issues on something like Facebook, do you cover a narrow but quick overview? Colin – [...]

PrivacyCampTO – Opening Remarks

Liveblogged 19 June 2010 | 0 Comments

Opening remarks – Kate Raynes-Goldie and Nick Longstaff Nick Longstaff will be facilitating Nick’s personal privacy was invaded. Here’s the story! Was in a wonderful love affair, with a conversation via email. Her ex bf cracked her email password, read the correspondence and corresponded with Nick for 5 emails. Nick then questioned whether he should [...]