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Panel 2: Privacy at the Public/Private Interface

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Panel 2: Privacy at the Public/Private Interface We live in a society where the lines between private and public are becoming not just blurred but in some cases erased. While privacy protection has long been treated differently, and legislated and enforced differently depending on whether the information collection occurred in the private or public sector, the realities of everyday life in an online, internally connected (and globally surveilled) world mean that these distinctions increasingly are being challenged. This panel will look at the ways in which public and private interconnect and the need for privacy protections across the interface. Andrew Clement, University of Toronto. "IXmaps: Mapping Canadian Privacy Risks in the Internet Cloud." Micheal Vonn & Kate Milberry, BCCLA. "A National ID Card by Stealth." Andrea Slane, UOIT. "Privacy and civic duty: The legitimate scope of voluntary information sharing by private enterprises in law enforcement investigations into cybercrime." David Lyon, Scott Thompson, and Ciara Bracken-Roche, Queens University. "Privacy Implications of the Spread of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in Canada." Moderator: Lisa Austin, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto