Privacy, the Internet, and the Right to be Forgotten
In an era of online sharing and ubiquitous computing, an Internet that never forgets poses a complex challenge to privacy, reputation, and freedom. Is the EU’s New “Right to be Forgotten” a Solution?
What is the nature of this legal right? Does it strike a proper balance between privacy and free expression? Has it worked in the EU? Would it work here?
Join us for a discussion:
Wednesday, April 20, 2016 (2-4pm)
Room 3107, Mona Campbell Building,
1459 LeMarchant St, Halifax Dalhousie University
Open to everyone.
- Cécile de Terwangne, Professor, Faculty of Law, Director, Centre for Research in Information, Law, and Society University of Namur, Belgium
- Catherine Tully, Information and Privacy Commissioner, Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for Nova Scotia
- David Fraser, Privacy Lawyer & Partner, McInnes Cooper
- Wayne MacKay, CM, QC, Professor of Law; Yogis & Keddy Chair in Human Rights Law Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, Former Chair, Nova Scotia Task Force on Cyberbullying
- Jon Penney, Assistant Professor, Schulich School of Law