Dr. Michael Geist, Canada Research Chair of Internet and E-Commerce Law at the University of Ottawa


In the video segments below, Dr. Geist focuses on how organizations can anticipate future shifts of the Canadian privacy-law landscape and be ready for the future privacy compliance requirements in the context of emerging technologies. Canadian privacy law faces difficult challenges as it grapples with the realities posed by emerging technologies. The combination of a Parliamentary review of Canada’s privacy legislation along with a growing number of provincial privacy laws has created a complex national privacy patchwork, while new technologies are stretching the boundaries of current privacy legislation. Dr. Geist explores these issues within the context of MISA and data warehousing initiatives.


Suggested Audience

  • Directors
  • Superintendents with Privacy and Access Responsibilities
  • Information and Technology Managers
  • Freedom of Information Managers
  • MISA Leads
  • Special Education/Records Staff
  • Board Researchers and Analysts


Privacy Meets Technology Facilitator’s Guide (PDF 64KB)

2016-12-24T06:17:00+00:00 December 24th, 2016|Information Management, Presentations, Privacy|Comments Off on Privacy Meets Technology: The Road Ahead for Ontario Schools

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