Privacy Awareness Week runs from 29 April to 5 May 2012.
View the clock poster Take the time to know your privacy principles - a resource produced for Privacy Awareness Week. Along with the post, APPA also produced Advice for secondary school students, parents and teachers: useful links and tips which is a one-stop list of resources available to help children and young people (and their parent and teachers) to protect their privacy.
Privacy Forum, Hotel Intercontinental, 2 May 2012
View the final programme for the Privacy Forum.
View some of the speakers' presentations from our 2012 Privacy Forum: Think Big? Privacy in the age of big data on 2 May 2012:
The Hon. Judith Collins - opening address
Laura Bell, Security Consultant, Lateral Security (IT) Services Ltd: Practical tools for privacy audit
John Borking: Big data and privacy by design
John Burrows, Law Commission: Privacy and the new media
Malcolm Crompton: Privacy Impact Assessments (PIAs) and managing risk
Kathryn Dalziel, Taylor Shaw: Code-Making for privacy protection: the Christchurch Earthquake Information Sharing Code
David Farrar, Kiwiblog: Privacy and new media
Mike Flahive and Dawn Swan, Office of the Privacy Commissioner: Notes from the Coalface
Miriam Lips, Victoria University: Information-sharing and privacy in integrated services provision - research findings from New Zealand
Ernie Newman, National IT Health Board Consumer Panel: Getting shared healthcare right - a consumer perspective
Charles Raab, University of Edinburgh: Government information sharing and privacy protection
Marie Shroff, Privacy Commissioner: Think Big? Privacy in the age of big data
Carmen Vicelich: Privacy in the age of big data
Daimhin Warner, Office of the Privacy Commissioner: A new era for credit reporting: recent amendments to the Credit Reporting Privacy Code
William Webster, Stirling Management School, University of Stirling: Smart CCTV and the evolution of public space CCTV systems