Privacy from Birth to Death and Beyond

PrivacyThe image on the left is a detail from a poster advertising a symposium on Friday 8 March 2013 in NUI Galway on:

Privacy from Birth to Death and Beyond: European and American Perspectives

The exciting line-up of speakers includes:

José Maria Baño (José María Baño León Abogados, Madrid) “Case C-131/12 Google Spain, SL, and Google Inc v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos and The Right to be Forgotten”

Prof Joshua Fairfield (Washington and Lee University School of Law) “Do-Not-Track as Default: Transaction Costs in US Consumer Privacy”

Damien McCallig (NUI Galway School of Law) “Privacy on and after death”

Dr Sharon McLaughlin (Letterkenny Institute of Technology) “Children & Privacy: Protection v Participation – A Tangled Web”

Paul Lambert (Merrion Legal Solicitors) “Privacy issues in practice: A Litigation Light on Norwich, Abuse, Cyberbullying, Defamation, Privacy and Data Protection Concerns”

Dr Ciara Hackett (Queens University Belfast) Rapporteur’s Report

The symposium is organised by the LLM in Public Law and the LLM in Law, Technology and Governance at the School of Law, National University of Ireland Galway. You can register online. CPD certificates (4 hours) can be provided.