IAPP Privacy Academy 2006
October 18 - 20, 2006
IAPP is pleased to present its 6th annual Privacy Academy conference, which will be held in Toronto, Canada. This will be the first IAPP conference held outside of the United States. It will provide in-depth coverage of the most pressing operational issues and managerial concerns including governance, international data transfers, Canadian privacy, identity theft and much more.
The Privacy Academy gathers a cadre of industry experts. These world-class presenters bring together a wealth of experience and knowledge on best practices, audit tools and processes, and other topics that impact not only those in a given geographic area, but all privacy professionals worldwide. This is an extraordinary opportunity to network with peers and discover the differing ways in which similar problems are solved around the globe.
Crowell & Moring's Jim Jordan will be moderating and presenting on a panel entitled "Employee Monitoring & Misconduct Investigations: How Much Is Too Much?". Jim will also make a presentation entitled Workplace Privacy.
Jan Dhont will also be participating in the panel discussion of workplace compliance strategies for laws limiting employee monitoring and employee misconduct investigations, including video and audio surveillance, monitoring telephone and email communications, and reviewing stored emails, voicemails, IMs, blogs, and website URLs.
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