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On 28 March 2003, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner held a Privacy Issues forum in the Legislative Council Chamber, Parliament Buildings.

View the various speakers' presentations:

Paul Chadwick, Victorian Privacy Commissioner:  Uses of transparency - journalism and privacy

Hyu-Bong Chung, PhD, Secretary General, Personal Information Dispute Mediation Committee, Korea Information Security Agency: Spam regulations in Korea

Roger Clarke, Principal:  Dataveillance - 15 years on 

Hon Lianne Dalziel, Associate Minister of Justice - welcome to the Privacy Issues Forum 2003

Warwick Davenport:  The personal health record

Michelle Donovan, Office of the Privacy Commissioner:  Trends in the Tribunal

Katrine Evans, Faculty of Law, Victoria University:  Some comments on the Privacy Commissioner's casenotes

Peter Ford, First Assistant Secretary, Information and Security Law Division:  What's up in the Asia Pacific? APEC privacy initiatives

Nicky Hager:  Surveillance: technological change, foreign pressures and over-reaction to terrorist threats

Peter Hines, Corporate Privacy Officer, Canterbury DHB: Putting the pieces together: jigsaw puzzle of mosaic
Training mental health services' staff in managing the interface between privacy legislation; other legislation; and other relevant concerns and considerations

Dr Inga Hunter, Massey University:  Patient attitudes to electronic medical records

Hon Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG:  25 years of evolving information privacy law: where have we come from and where are we going?

Helen Lockyer, Ministry of Health:  Privacy and information-sharing support for mental health services

Tim McBride:  Reflections on a memorable day

Roslyn Noonan, Chief Commissioner, Human Rights Commission and Robert Hallowell, Legal Counsel: Never make forecasts, especially about the future

Chris Puplick, Privacy Commissioner, New South Wales:  DNA: don't need alibi

Paul Roth, Associate Professor of Law, Otago University:  Reflections on 10 years of the Privacy Act
Over the past 10 years, the strengths and weaknesses of the Privacy Act, as well as of various agencies that have dealt with or worked under it, have had a chance to make themselves evident.  These are my reflections...

Paul Roth:  High Court appeals from Tribunal decisions

Bruce Scoggins, PhD, Chief Executive, Health Research Council of NZ: Aspects of genetics: a health research perspective

Robert Stevens, Barrister and Privacy Consultant:  Collation of medical records: musings around the topic

Blair Stewart, Assistant Privacy Commissioner:  Reflections on Ten Years of the Privacy Act 2

Raymond Tang, Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong:  Consultation on monitoring of employees at work: the way forward

Dr H B Wolfe, Information Science Department, University of Otago:  Aspects of surveillance