At a talk hosted by Girl Geeks Toronto, I talked about how living in a connected world seems to come with reduced rights to our privacy. I end the talk with some policy approaches that could further reduce privacy.
Archive for May 22nd, 2014
Who’s Watching Whom: An Examination of Canadian Privacy and Surveillance
Earlier this week I was pleased to speak at the monthly Geek Girls Toronto event. Hosted at the Mozilla offices, a sold-out audience showed yet again that there is enormous public interest and concern with recent privacy and surveillance developments. A video of the talk, which focused on the problems associated with lawful access, privacy reform, and surveillance, is posted below.