Events

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Upcoming

June 30-July 2, 2014

New Horizons, New Risks

New Horizons, New Risks

Privacy Laws & Businss 27th Annual International Conference
Queen's College, Cambridge, United Kingdom

The world's longest running independent international privacy event. By attending this conference, you will better distinguish the myths from the realities, understand the new challenges and accompanying risks presented by privacy and data protection laws, and identify the new opportunities on the horizon. What are the implications for the way laws are interpreted and enforced by the regulators? How will you assess the impact on your company in different countries? Where is your room for manoeuvre? What does your organisation need to do to navigate your route through these challenges, conducting your business with one eye on your immediate operational needs and the other eye on the ever widening horizon?

For more information, visit the Privacy Laws & Business website.

More Events

Data Privacy Day

Data Privacy Day

Held on January 28 each year, Data Privacy Day is intended to promote greater awareness about digital and online privacy, and the impact technology has on our personal information. Visit the official Data Privacy Day website for more information.

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) has produced posters and web graphics, which you can download and use to promote Data Privacy Day in your organization.

Privacy Awareness Week

Privacy Awareness Week

An initiative of the Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA). Privacy Awareness Week is an opportunity to promote privacy rights and responsibilities in both the public and private sector. For more information, visit privacyawarenessweek.org.

Right to Know Week

Right to Know Week

Right to Know Week is an extension of international Right to Know Day, celebrated on September 28 of each year. The right of access to information is an important human right and is essential for transparent and accountable governance. It also makes it possible for citizens to get more involved in the decision-making processes of government. For more information about Right to Know Week across Canada, visit the Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada website.