The conference will address how to ensure that the golden age of innovation does not become the dark age of information privacy. Sessions will show how the apparent crash between innovation and privacy does not need to be a disaster. At one end of the spectrum, innovation can be the enemy of privacy and at the other end, innovation can be an enabler. This conference seeks willingness on both sides to connect with each other in a civilised manner and to find solutions.
Elizabeth Denham, the UK’s Information Commissioner, will be speaking in a session and chairing another plus Commissioners from France, Spain, Ireland, the EDPS, and senior DPA staff from Germany, Hong Kong and the European Commission are also speaking at the conference. This video, involving a company manager, lawyers and regulators from several countries, describes why they find the conference useful, enjoyable and an outstanding networking experience.
With 50 speakers and chair persons – regulators, companies, law firms and academics – from 15 countries, the conference overview programme is now in its final form and the session summaries are also online.
Registration is open and you may share a 2 or 3 day place with a colleague if you wish. The registration fee includes all meals while at the conference. Accommodation is available at St. John’s College. Participants may also gain 18 SRA Continuing Professional Development hours.
If you have any questions on registration or accommodation, please contact K’an Thomas at email@example.com. If you have any comments on the programme or video, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
*To receive your 10% discount simply enter the discount code for Promo Veritas which is AC30PV on the registration page of the website. It expires on 19 June.
Chief Executive, Privacy Laws & Business