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The Ethics of Data Privacy

Join the session at 12:00 CST on Wednesday, April 19
(1100 BC/YT  1200 AB/NT/SK  1300 MB  1400 ON/QC  1500 NB/NS/PE  1530 NL)

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Is technology a threat?

What are the ethical challenges?

Let’s do the right thing!

You still have time to Register Now and check out some learning objectives.

  • Understand the concept of privacy.
  • Recognize the influence of technology in processing personal information.
  • Information professionals accept the implications of managing private data – do you agree?

Digital ethics describes the moral principles governing the behaviors and beliefs about how we use technology and data. Or, in short, doing the right thing with data.

It’s distinct from data privacy, which relates to collecting and processing personal information in a manner that aligns with customer expectations for security and confidentiality.

Gartner identified digital ethics as a top strategic technology trend in 2019. Now, there’s little doubt that this issue will become even more of a concern. 

Our personal data is constantly being collected in mass amounts, sifted through, and analyzed. And probably (definitely) being sold to a third-party along the way. At what point does this become a violation of our human rights?

Register today

The session starts at 12:00 CST Wednesday, April 19
(1100 BC/YT  1200 AB/NT/SK  1300 MB  1400 ON/QC  1500 NB/NS/PE  1530 NL)

Andrew Geider has extensive Records Management experience in both public and private sectors and shares his knowledge with my peers in the RIM Community.  Andrew is currently serving on ARMA Vancouver Board and a mentor for ARMA Canada Young Professional Mentorship Program.

Andrew holds Master of Archival Studies from UBC and Certificate in Records Management (CRM), is a candidate for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Canadian Privacy Certificate, and has taught three levels of Records Management at Vancouver Community College and University of the Fraser Valley. 

Having developed change management strategies for the planning and implementation of electronic records management systems and as the Freedom of Information Officer, interpreted the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, he can demonstrate that Records Management and Freedom of Information can complement each other. 

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