Caught in the Web: Can privacy laws play its fundamental role of protecting individuals?

I will be participating at the “Caught in the Web” conference organized by the McGill Law Faculty (Continuing Legal Education) taking place on November 17, 2015 at 6pm.

The information society has turned into a supranational knowledge society and digital economy. No discipline can claim a monopoly on regulating its unbridled development. I will be presenting on whether privacy laws can still play its fundamental role of protecting individuals.

Co-presenters include Professor Alexandra Bensamoun (CERDI, Université Paris-Sud), Professor Shauna Van Praagh (McGill Faculty of Law) and Ms. Alyssa Wiseman (McGill law student)

To register to the event, click here (“pris dans la toile”).

This content has been updated on November 13, 2015 at 13 h 17 min.