Has technology killed privacy?
In a technologically enabled era where the usual focus is on publicity and convenience, is there any room left for privacy—and does anyone care? Massive data breaches are common in the news, but many businesses continue to 'monetise' customer data, and governments continue to expand their use of data and technology in the name of efficiency. How are people reacting? Do they have rights and interests they can protect? Is there benefit in adopting approaches that are more respectful of privacy? Join in a discussion and learn about the latest developments.
Robert is a Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Enterprise at the Flinders University New Venture Institute. He is an experienced manager, company director, commercial advisor, lawyer and educator who has worked in both the private and public sectors. Robert has worked on projects in a broad range of fields including defence, agriculture and health and is keen to explore new fields and develop the skills and awareness of others through coaching, teaching and training.
6:30pm @Bath Hotel, 232 The Parade, NORWOOD 5067
Also speaking at this location at 8:30pm is Sam Elliot.