Partnership with the Privacy Identity and Innovation Conference

We are pleased to announce that at this year’s Privacy Identity Innovation Conference in Silicon Valley there will be one day dedicated to a Privacy Camp.

The Privacy Identity Innovation is one of the leading events in Silicon Valley that:

brings together key stakeholders and decision makers from various communities to examine critical technological, ethical and legal issues, and to highlight new opportunities.

This year  Privacy Identity Innovation will host a special edition of PrivacyCamp at pii2011 where you can propose your own topic and host a discussion with fellow participants.

Admission to PrivacyCamp is included at no additional cost when you register for pii2011.

This year’s event promises to be very good.

More from the Privacy Identity Innovation website:

As Ontario’s information and privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian often says, it doesn’t have to be a zero-sum game where you sacrifice privacy for usability, functionality or security. Smart policies and practices for managing data and protecting your users’ personal information are good for business. Find out how to better understand users’ evolving expectations and earn their trust without coming under fire from regulators, the media or the court of public opinion.

Through a series of keynotes, roundtable discussions, demos and workshop sessions, pii2011 will help you navigate the quickly-changing landscape so you can avoid the pitfalls and chart a course that is “win-win” for you and your users. Sign up now to secure your spot.

The pii2011 program will feature thought leaders and innovators who will share best practices and look at the latest developments in areas like:

  • Mobile apps
  • Geo-location services
  • Big data
  • Cloud computing
  • Social networking
  • Digital advertising…and more
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About Privacy Camp

PrivacyCamp is an multi-city unconference about privacy focusing on government policy and social networking.