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Tuesday, February 23 • 9:30pm - 10:45pm
Privacy: global perspectives

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NISO Discourse Discussion for this session
https://discourse.niso.org/t/privacy-global-perspectives/94

Thinking with GDPR (Andrew Cormack)

Europe's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is sometimes portrayed as a complicated obstruction to doing what we want. This talk will look at the law behind the slogans: finding a rich source of guidance on how to develop the effective, privacy-respecting services that our customers and users - not just in Europe - need and expect. We'll look at the principles of Accountability, Necessity, Purpose Limitation and Information, and show how these help us design services that work better for users and providers. Specific examples will be taken from access management and data analytics.
mHealth Wearables and Apps: A changing privacy landscape (Christine Suver)
The use of wearables and smartphone apps to collect health-related data (mHealth) is a growing field. Wearable and health apps can continuously monitor our physical activity, sleep, heart rate, glucose levels, etc. They provide a rich data set that can supplement the data from occasional doctor's visit. But what are the privacy considerations of mHealth? We will explore global privacy principles, discuss the tension between anonymity and data utility, and propose ways to improve privacy notices/policies.


A look at China’s draft Personal Information Protection Law (Judy Bai)

With measures to ensure privacy getting prioritized worldwide, many countries have framed relevant laws and regulations on personal information protection. On October 21, 2020, China released its draft Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) for public consultation.
When the draft PIPL gets passed, it’ll be China’s central and universal governing law on protecting personal information. While no definitive timeline has been set for the final law, we discuss some of the key features of this important piece of draft legislation and how businesses (based in China and those engaged in commercial interactions with people living in China) should prepare ahead to ensure data privacy compliance.

Moderators
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Christopher Chan

Deputy University Librarian, Hong Kong Baptist University
I worked in Information Services at HKBU Library for over 12 years. Prior to that, I was a school librarian at two international schools in Hong Kong.In February 2021 I was appointed Deputy University Librarian. In this role I provide leadership and management for all of the Library's... Read More →

Speakers
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Andrew Cormack

Chief Regulatory Adviser, Jisc
Andrew Cormack has worked for the UK's national research and education network for more than twenty years. He joined as Head of the Computer Emergency Response Team, but for the past fifteen years has focussed on policy and regulatory issues. His role has expanded from networks to... Read More →
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Christine Suver

Director Research Governance and Ethics, Sage Bionetworks
I lead the Research Governance and Ethics group at Sage Bionetworks. The group develops and pilots data sharing models and tools to enable open research collaborations.In my work, I help research participants and researchers determine the appropriate governance approach to contribute... Read More →
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Judy Bai

Director of Business Development, Digital Science
Judy Bai is an expert in scholarly communications as well as research workflow tools and data in China. She is currently Director of Business Development, China for Digital Science, where she is responsible for shaping the company’s Greater China strategy and delivering its products... Read More →


Tuesday February 23, 2021 9:30pm - 10:45pm EST
Room 1
  NFAIS Futures
  • Host Organization NISO