Modern Law - Droit Moderne

Designing a privacy regime for the age of AI

Episode Summary

Yves Faguy speaks with Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner Patricia Kosseim about aligning our values as a society with laws governing privacy fit for the coming age of AI.

Episode Notes

Yves Faguy speaks with Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner Patricia Kosseim about aligning our values as a society with laws governing privacy fit for the coming age of AI. 

 

Patricia Kosseim began her career as a lawyer in Montréal at Heenan Blaikie, practising in health law, privacy law, and civil litigation.  She has worked at Genome Canada and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, where she developed national strategies for addressing legal, ethical and social implications of science and technology. She also served over a decade as Senior General Counsel at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC), and has advised Parliament on privacy implications of legislative bills.

 

Before appointment to lead the IPC in Ontario, she was counsel at Oslers in privacy and data management.

 

She is also host of the Info Matters podcast, about people privacy and access to information.  It is available to listen on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Google podcasts or on the IPC website at: www.ipc.on.ca.  

 

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