Opening Keynote: "Privacy at the Cutting Edge: A Return to First Principles, but Which Principles?"
Patricia Kosseim, Senior General Counsel & Director General, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
Panel 1: Health Privacy
- Yann Joly, “A policy governance framework for analyzing genomic data in a cloud computing environment”
- Amy Conroy, “Genetic “Junk” Collection and the Future of Canada’s National DNA Data Bank”
- Kelly Grindrod, “The Reliability of Security Options for Mobile Health Applications Designed for Use With Older Adults with Chronic Disease”
- Derek J. Jones & Colleen Sheppard, "Mental Health Information Privacy & Equality in the Workplace (MEHIP)"*
Moderator: Madelaine Saginur
* Note: Audio/Video for this presentation is not available for viewing. Our apologies.
Panel 2: Privacy and Security in a Globalized World
- Luk Arbuckle, "Open Data and Privacy"
- David T.S. Fraser, "National security and privacy on a borderless internet: A practical perspective for Canadians"
- Michael Geist, "Why Watching the Watchers Isn't Enough: Canadian Privacy and Surveillance Law in the Post-Snowden Era"
Moderator: David Fewer
Keynote: “Are privacy laws adequately protecting and servicing privacy?”
Eloïse Gratton, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Panel 3: Privacy after Death
- Mistrale Goudreau, “Can a post-mortem privacy right be recognized? Looking beyond privacy law for insight”
- Margaret Ann Wilkinson, "In the privacy of your own family?"
- Julia Creet, "Data Mining the Deceased: Ownership, Privacy and Family Records"
Moderator: John Lawford
Panel 4: Privacy Digital Skills and Education for Children and Youth
- Karen Louise Smith, “Co-Designing Open Badges for Privacy Education with Canadian Youth”
- Matthew Johnson, “Privacy Pirates: Teaching Privacy Principles to Young Children Through Multimedia”
- Colin McKay, "Digital Adoption in Canada: Observations On How Use and Skills Have Evolved"
Moderator: Daphne Guerrero