Every day, millions of Canadians hop on the Internet to check their e-mail, chat with their friends on social networking sites, book a vacation or buy a gift.
We aired a clip with one perspective on that trend, posted last May on the website,
Taking responsibility for your actions on line may be just one way you relinquish privacy.
Ian's presentation is titled "Emanations, Snoop Dogs and Reasonable Expectations of Privacy".
Anne will be presenting on "Spatial Privacy in a Networked World".
's Jennifer Chandler will be presenting the final paper at the Virginia Journal of Law and Technology Symposium on Privacy at the University of Virginia on February 8.
The title of her presentation is "Personal Privacy versus National Security: Clarifying and Reframing the Trade-Off". The conference addressed contemporary privacy concerns with the adoption of information technology in health care and health research.
Valerie Steeves is an Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa’s Department of Criminology and Faculty of Law.
Her main area of research is human rights and technology issues.
To some people the Internet is the world's biggest commons ... For others, it's a realm of shadowy, anonymous figures hiding behind online aliases.