You can book now to attend our Privacy Forums in Wellington and Auckland during Privacy Week. This year, Privacy Week is from 9-14 May. The early bird fee for the forums of $150 per person only applies until 25 April.
The keynote speakers attending the Privacy Forums are the United Nations Special Rapporteur for the Right to Privacy, Professor Joseph Cannataci, and the Australian Information Commissioner, Timothy Pilgrim.
The Privacy Forums are at the Intercontinental Hotel in Wellington on 11 May and at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Auckland on 12 May. Note that the programmes for both events differ. You can view the order of speakers here and here.
There will also be sessions on these topics featuring the following speakers:
- Intelligence and Security: Reshaping expectations (with Cheryl Gwyn, Nicky Hager, Brent Edwards)
- Journalism, new media and privacy (with David Farrar, John Roughan, Colin Peacock, Leigh Pearson)
- Big data: The challenge of anonymised data (Rhema Vaithianathan, Liz Macpherson and Pieta Brown)
- Principle 6 requests: What do they reveal for business? (Kathryn Dalziel, Daimhin Warner)
Read more on the Office of the Privacy Commissioner’s web site.