Webinar Wednesday: A Legal Perspective : Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data

Webinar Wednesday: A Legal Perspective : Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Following on from PHRN’s Australia Data Future’s Symposium held at the Sydney Opera House in November, Carolyn Adams will give her presentation on Trust and who should we trust to use Australia’s publicly funded data.

Carolyn is a Senior Lecturer at Macquarie Law School where she teaches and researches in the area of public law, with a focus on human rights and open government. Carolyn regularly provides expert advice on privacy and the handling of personal information to government and non-government organisations. She is currently engaged in a major project examining the ethics, law and policy of sharing personal information in the hands of government for research.

Webinar title: A Legal Perspective : Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data

Date: Wednesday 12 February 2020

Time: 12noon AEDT/11am AEST/9am AWST

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