Law, Money and Courage: The Roles of the UK Information Commissioner
CRISP 2018 Annual Lecture to be delivered by Elizabeth Denham, the UK Information Commissioner. A free public lecture followed by a wine reception.
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Further information is available at the CRISP website: here
Elizabeth Denham was appointed UK Information Commissioner in July 2016, having previously held the position of Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia, Canada and Assistant Privacy Commissioner of Canada. Since her appointment, she has been closely involved in a host of challenging issues that confront data protection and freedom of information regulation. This activity includes preparation and guidance for the implementation of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation in May, 2018, the production of an important discussion paper on ‘Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning’, and work on international enforcement co-operation as well as on cyber security and information rights.
Venue: University of Edinburgh, Appleton Tower, 11 Crichton Street, EH8 9LE
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