On this episode, we're chatting about data protection law with Kris Klein, renowned privacy lawyer and the Canadian Managing Director of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Topics: Bill C-21 (the biggest privacy legislation overhaul in decades); facial recognition technology; the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal and our Ask-Me-Anything segment.
⚫ What does the biggest overhaul of Canada's privacy legislation really look like? (6:32) ⚫ What are the parameters within which facial technology can operate legally? (18:47) ⚫ What does the fall-out from the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal tell us about proper social media practices? (27:27) ⚫ Our new Ask-Me-Anything segment, featuring five questions submitted by patrons of the Lawyered community (25:30) 🔵 How does a career as a data protection lawyer impact how you personally interact with technology? (36:43) 🔵 Are there concerns about whether Canadian privacy law will remain "adequate" by EU standards? (39:44) 🔵 What is expected of the public sector in light of the changes proposed by Bill C-11? (44:29) 🔵 How do data protection lawyers advise clients on privacy law given the relatively low level of practical enforcement? (47:29) 🔵 What is the relationship between being a lawyer and a policy advocate? (50:00) More info about this episode HERE. Support the show on Patreon!