BC Information and Privacy Commissioner to host a Twitter Q&A on the Future of Privacy October 14th, 2015

October 8th, 2015

We are pleased to announce a unique opportunity to engage in a Twitter Q&A with the Information and Privacy Commissioner of British Columbia, Elizabeth Denham about the future of privacy.

The Commissioner will answer your questions leading up to the Privacy & Access 20/20: The Future of Privacy conference November 12-13, 2015 in Vancouver, B.C. hosted by the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for B.C. and Reboot Communications.

Elizabeth Denham is a frequent speaker on the many challenges of protecting privacy in a networked world. We are opening the conversation up and invite you to ask your pressing questions pertaining to the future of privacy.

Commissioner Denham will tweet the answers in a live Twitter chat on October 14th from 10:00am to 10:45am PDT. Follow @Reboot_Comm @BCInfoPrivacy and include #privacyaccess2015 to join the conversation.

If you are unable to submit a question via Twitter, please email your questions to dominique@rebootcommunications.com with the subject line “Privacy and Access Q&A”.

The deadline for submissions is midnight October 13th, 2015 PDT.

World Class speakers prepare you for the Future of Privacy at the Privacy and Access 20/20 Conference

This conference will have a broad appeal to individuals in the public, private and non-profit sectors. The agenda will offer thought-provoking, intellectual content from experts in industry, government, and civil society. It will showcase B.C. talent, but also include national and international thought leaders.

To review the agenda, see conference speakers, and register, visit: https://www.rebootcommunications.com/event/privacyaccess2015

Reboot Communications Ltd. - Communications Team