Associate Vipal Jain will be in attendance at the 2023 IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, which will be held in Toronto from May 25 - 26, 2023. This year's conference will feature sessions focused on topics such as complying with Canada's complicated mix of health privacy regulations, Quebec's new privacy law, artificial intelligence and the Data Act, and more.
Vipal will speak during "Genetic Privacy - Merging Issues and Considerations" on May 25. The panel will feature a conversation on the privacy implications of genetic testing, which can reveal information about personal health and ancestry, but also be used as a tool by police services in crime investigations. Bringing together a diverse range of perspectives encompassing law enforcement, health, criminal law and regulatory, and focus on privacy issues, legal developments in genetic privacy law and guidance on managing how genetic data is collected, used and shared.
She will also moderate "Women in Privacy - Fireside Chat with Privacy Practitioners" on May 26, the final day of the conference. Speakers who span the public and private sectors will share their firsthand experiences in leading privacy for the organizations they serve, focusing on privacy challenge they have faced, and how they are addressing them and preparing for legal changes in Canada and abroad.
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