Wait… there’s more!

  Much of the public discussion about Bill C-51 has focused on its implications for rights to protest and dissent, and with good reason – between the proposed Security of […]

BC Library Conference 2015

  The BC Library Conference is being held May 20-22, 2015 at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel to discuss and encourage collaboration on issues pertinent to libraries. This year’s theme, Creative Communities, […]

Making Privacy Meaningful in a Digital Age

By Kassie Seaby, University of Ottawa Law Student and BCCLA Volunteer, and Raji Mangat, BCCLA Counsel It is beyond trite to say that we live in a digital age. For […]

BC Information Summit: Where’s the Balance?

The pace of change in both the freedom of information and privacy spheres keeps picking up, and won’t be slowing any time soon. Information Summit 2014 features a roster of […]

National Privacy & Data Governance Congress

Risky Business: Embracing Privacy & Data Governance in a Hostile World The National Privacy & Data Governance Congress of 2014 is an event bringing together professionals from industry and government […]