Privacy Week
Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Privacy Week

Check back every night this week for a focus on a different aspect of privacy in Alberta.


Monday, Nov. 17 – The importance of privacy
Taking a look at the overall privacy landscape in Alberta. Jill Clayton, the Information & Privacy Commissioner of Alberta, joins the conversation.

Tuesday, Nov. 18 – Health Privacy
With advances in the healthcare system, we’re looking at how patient health information is being shared and whether it is secure.

Wednesday, Nov. 19 – Youth Perspectives on Privacy
As the first generation to have grown up with the internet and social media as part of their daily lives, we look at how young people view their privacy online.

Thursday, Nov. 20 – Surveillance
We turn our attention to surveillance, investigating potential changes in the face of terrorism.

Friday, Nov. 21 – Genome Research and Genetics Privacy
Genetic testing can help people map their risk of contracting certain diseases, but currently there is no legislation to protect that information from employers and insurance companies.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Increased surveillance powers in Canada

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Blood shortage reminder

Eli the potbellied pig must be removed, sadness ensues, and a TV host wears the same suit every day
Thursday, November 20, 2014

Eli the potbellied pig must be removed, sadness ensues, and a TV host wears the same suit every day

In this discussion: Marty Chan, playwright & author; Mari Sasano, freelance writer; and Jeff Samsonow, journalist & blogger.

11/20/2014

Increased surveillance powers in Canada

11/20/2014

Blood shortage reminder

11/19/2014

Privacy Week

11/19/2014

Brain injury research

11/19/2014

Youth and online privacy

What's your art?
What's your art?

Have Your Say
Friday, November 21, 2014

What needs to change to ensure Albertans are helping to determine the future of the oilsands?

Feature
Shawn Belanger, autistic artist

Shawn Belanger, autistic artist

Art speaks more than words for Shawn Belanger and it allows those who see his work to look past his disability to see something remarkable.



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