Organizer: The Japan Foundation, Toronto
In this lecture, Professor Ishii will look at changing technology over the past few decades, and examine how rapid development has affected privacy law and personal data protection in Japan. Such a discussion would not be complete without mention of the Privacy by Design framework, an approach to systems engineering that considers privacy from the outset, rather than tacked on as an afterthought. Originating with the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario in 1995, the principles are used broadly around the world.
About the lecturere:
Kaori Ishii is an Associate Professor at the University of Tsukuba, Faculty of Library, Information and Media Science and is currently a Visiting Professor in the Department of Law & Business at Ryerson University.
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