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2 Privacy in a Collected World - Panel

Presentation Description

Moderator: Cassie Findlay
Panellists:
  • Philip Green (Qld Privacy Commissioner)
  • Mark Burdon (QUT)
  • Melanie Marks
In this panel session we will explore what it means to collect data about everything; our movements, shopping, viewing, browsing, work and home lives - and what are the implications for recordkeeping? Hear from experts in privacy from government, academia and the private sector as we explore the current state of surveillance capitalism and of data-driven everything, and what records and archives professionals should be doing to understand and navigate this evolving landscape.

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