Recorded Tuesday, July 19, 2022
The federal government recently tabled Bill C-27 introducing updates to the federal private sector privacy regime and a new law on artificial intelligence. The newly proposed Artificial Intelligence and Data Act is the first attempt the government is taking to regulate the use of artificial intelligence in the private sector. Our speakers will give you an overview of the proposed Act and explore some of the key themes in more detail.
Substantive hour: 1 hourFeatured Speakers:
Dongwoo Kim, University of Toronto Faculty of Law
Dongwoo Kim is a summer student at INQ Law and a rising 2L at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
Prior to law school, Dongwoo was a program manager at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, where he led the research initiatives on emerging technologies in the Asia-Pacific region, publishing reports and policy briefs on topics such as national-level AI policies, technology and geopolitics, and use of digital technology during COVID-19. His writing has been featured in publications such as The Globe and Mail, The Diplomat, and Policy Options. He continues to write regularly on tech policies and trends for the Korea Economic Institute of America, a D.C.-based think tank.
Dongwoo is an alumnus of the University of Alberta (B.A. Honours) and UBC (M.A. in Politics), and also spent a year at Peking University, where he was a Yenching Scholar and completed another M.A. in China Studies with a focus on international relations. Dongwoo is a Junior Fellow at Massey College and has volunteered for the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Studies (Privacy Law Reform group), Indigenous Law Journal, Korean Legal Clinic, and the Privacy and Cybersecurity Law Group at law school. He is fluent in Korean and Spanish, in addition to having basic Mandarin Chinese and French competencies.
Sarah Anderson Dykema, McInnes Cooper
Sarah is a partner in the Privacy and Technology group at McInnes Cooper, based in Halifax. She works with a wide range of clients, including multinational businesses expanding into the Canadian market, tech start-ups, and organizations in the public sector. Sarah’s practice includes advising on compliance with Canadian privacy laws, Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), technology contracting and licensing, consumer protection, and intellectual property matters. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (“CIPP/C”) through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), and is a frequent speaker on privacy and cybersecurity topics.
Sarah is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the CBA (Privacy & Access Law) and CAN-TECH.Moderated by:
Kuljit Bhogal, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP
Kuljit is an associate in the Privacy and Data Management practice group at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. Kuljit’s practice focuses on a wide range of matters in the areas of privacy, cybersecurity, technology, artificial intelligence, and data governance and regulatory compliance matters. She advises clients on privacy matters, including regulatory compliance with applicable provincial, federal and international requirements; privacy policies and procedures; privacy impact assessments; investigating and managing data breach and cybersecurity incidents; and privacy issues in mergers and acquisitions.
As a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/C), Kuljit has in-depth knowledge of Canadian information privacy laws, principles and practices at the federal, provincial and territorial levels.
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