PrivaSecTech is hosting an AMA (“Ask me anything“) on Reddit which will feature some of Canada’s top privacy
professionals. On Friday May 1st from 15:00-19:00 ET / 12:00-16:00 PT, the team will be on hand to answer all of your privacy-related questions. Bring all of your interesting legal, policy, and technical questions as they apply to your organization or to yourself as a Canadian.
Micheal Vonn – The BCCLA’s own Policy Director, a specialist in privacy, national security, policing, surveillance and free speech.
Kris Constable – Senior Advisor & Consulting Privacy Officer at PrivaSecTech. Kris advises, trains, and audits organizations that prioritize the privacy of their users. Twitter:@cqwww
Andrew Clement – Professor in the faculty of Information, University of Toronto researching surveillance and privacy. He leads the IXmaps.ca internet surveillance mapping project and recently initiated the Snowden Surveillance Archive.
John Wunderlich – Independent privacy consultant and researcher. You can follow him on Twitter @PrivacyCDN or find him at www.wunderlich.ca.
Sara Levine – A specialist in privacy, freedom of information and health law, serving clients in the business, regulatory, non-profit, education and health sectors. Sara is committed to public education around privacy and freedom of information issues, and regularly speaks to groups interested in privacy rights and obligations in BC.
David T.S. Fraser – A Canadian privacy lawyer and partner with the firm of McInnes Cooper. He has a national and international practice advising corporations and individuals on matters related to Canadian privacy laws.
You will need an account on Reddit to participate. On the afternoon of May 1st, join the Canadian Privacy iAMA thread, and ask your question(s)! Visit PrivaSecTech’s event page for the link to the Reddit iAMA, which will be posted as soon as it is active!
In the interim, check out r/privacy and newly formed r/privacylaw.