2017 National Data and Privacy Congress

RMCLA is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the 2017 National Privacy and Data Governance Congress. We encourage you to register for this congress. See: https://pacc-ccap.ca/congress/

WHEN: April 5, 6, & 7, 2017

Carriage House Inn in Calgary, Alberta.
9030 Macleod Trail South, Calgary T2H 0M4
Call toll-free to book your stay: 800-661-9566 or 403-253-1101

The Congress brings together regulatory authorities and thought leaders from industry, government and academia to share insights about technological trends and regulatory developments that affect public and private sector organizations’ efforts to protect data and comply with privacy laws.

This year’s theme — ‘A World of Change’ — will focus on the most critical and timely privacy and data protection issues facing organizations today: those that foretell significant consequences for employers, employees and policy makers. As you’ll see from the agenda, the Congress content will be immediately relevant to you and your organization.

The issues being discussed at the Congress also have a direct impact on our civil liberties so, for the third year, RMCLA is a key supporter of the event and several Board members will be involved.

The Congress is about quality, not quantity, so registration is strictly limited. You can register online (at https://pacc-ccap.ca/congress/register/). If several people from your organization would like to attend, let me know so that we can arrange a group discount.

Please contact Sharon Polsky directly if you have any questions about the event or the Privacy and Access Council of Canada.

Register: If you have not already, then please register at: https://pacc-ccap.ca/congress/register/

Agenda: You can see the agenda at: https://pacc-ccap.ca/congress/agenda/

Speakers: There is an incredible line-up of speakers (see: https://pacc-ccap.ca/congress/speakers/).

Get Involved at RMCLA’s Annual General Meeting

RMCLA would like your involvement. We are currently seeking new board members. We are also seeking volunteers to sit on committees to help research issues and press for change. If you are interested in becoming involved, email secretary@rmcla.ca .

WHEN: Thursday March 9, 2017 at 6:30 pm

WHERE: Kahanoff Centre,
Room 202, 105 12 Ave S.E., Calgary T2G 1A1
(Centre Street and 12th Avenue S.W.)

RSVP: If you have not already, then we would like your RSVP to help plan for the meeting. Please RSVP at: secretary@rmcla.ca


RMCLA cannot do its work without your financial support. We can only offer events; conduct research; publish articles reports or newsletter, and stay on-line with donations from you. If you want a voice for civil liberties in Alberta, then please give a donation. Donate today at: http://rmcla.ca/donate.html

Kelly Ernst, President, Rocky Mountain Civil Liberties Association

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