We have no
shortage of lists of privacy GOALS -- from the 1974 US Privacy AcT and the
FIPP, to the thick flock of "privacy policies" on commercial
websites, to more recent European data protection legislation, and the special
rules for regulated industries like e-health.
But are we meeting those goals?
More to the point, do we have technology that actually makes it
possible? Join us as we explore current
technical projects that actually measure, implement and protect private and
personal data as it travels through a very open Internet. Attend this live video conversation where
privacy experts share their perspectives.
- Real methods of assessment and design --
PMRM and PbD
- The encrypt-the-whole-web plans, at various
levels, and what that really might protect, or not
- Evolution in the expectations of citizens
and governments -- recent white house announcements, etc.
||Dawn Jutla is an award-winning,
multi-disciplinary researcher and full professor at the Sobey School of
Business, Saint Mary's University. She received her Masters and PhD
degrees in Computer Science from the Technical University of Nova
Scotia. Her 1996 PhD work on multi-view access control has been cited in
Xerox, IBM, and Koninklijke Philips Electronics' US patents. She
reviews for IEEE Cloud Computing and IEEE/WIC/ACM Web Intelligence conferences. Read more...
Robin Wilton brings 28 years of
industry experience to the role of Technical Outreach Director for
Identity and Privacy, in the Internet Society's Trust and Identity
Initiatives group. Since 2001 he has specialised in digital identity,
privacy and public policy, building a reputation as a thought leader,
communicator and translator between different stakeholder groups. Read more...
||James Bryce Clark, General Counsel for OASIS, advises on legal and
policy matters as well as the consortium's extensive liaison efforts. He
is an expert adviser on automated contracting and Internet law for the
U.S. State Department, and serves on standards interoperability and
review boards for the European Commission, the OECD, NSTIC and the
Kantara Initiative. Jamie holds JD and BSc degrees from the University
of Minnesota. Read more...|
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