Would you hand your incredibly personal information over to an organization that says it has no liability at all if it loses your information? Does it matter if you are required to deal with that organization, and provide whatever personal information they request?
Anyone who’s logged onto a Canadian Government website without reading the ‘Terms and Conditions of Use’ might be surprised to know what it is that they’ve agreed to.
In this provocative lightning talk, Tanya Janca explores the impact of statements that organizations use to absolve themselves of liability. She’ll also offer practical guidance so privacy advocates and other concerned citizens can advocate for better and more modern cyber security practices and web security within the Canadian Public Service so we can have reason to trust that our data is being protected!