OAIC to visit Adelaide

13 October 2017
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Adelaide is the latest city the OAIC will visit as part of its national calendar of privacy events.

On Wednesday 18 October, the OAIC and the University of Adelaide are co-hosting a free privacy, law and media panel discussion. Aimed at law professionals, students and anyone interested in privacy, the panel will be discussing questions surrounding privacy and ethics. The expert line-up includes:

  • Andrew Solomon, Assistant Commissioner at the OAIC
  • Professor Melissa de Zwart, Dean of Law at the University of Adelaide
  • Dr Sal Humphreys, Senior Lecturer, Media at the University of Adelaide
  • Brooke Hall-Carney, Principal at Lipman Karas
  • Dr Judith Bannister, Associate Professor at the School of Law, University of Adelaide

Professor Annette Braunack-Mayer, Professor in Health Ethics at the University of Adelaide, will moderate the discussion.

If you are interested in attending, you can register your details online.

The visit to Adelaide will also coincide with a sold-out event hosted by Deloitte and separate meetings with legal centres and advocates hosted by representatives from the OAIC’s Dispute Resolution branch.

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