Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Privacy and Business Session in Halifax with the Assistant Commissioner

Privacy and Business: Lessons from the first year of private sector privacy law

A practical review of Canada’s privacy law and what businesses must do to maintain customer trust and avoid the costs of complaints.

Special Keynote Speakers:

Heather Black, Assistant Privacy Commissioner of Canada
David T.S. Fraser, Privacy Lawyer, McInnes Cooper

Atlantic Canadian businesses have been subject to the Personal Information Protection And Electronic Documents Act since January 1, 2004. Join other business leaders to hear about the impact of privacy laws on business and what you must do to maintain customer trust and avoid complaints. This seminar will focus on practical privacy compliance and how to differentiate yourself to increasingly privacy-aware customers.

Registration is limited to ensure that participants have an opportunity to ask questions of our privacy experts. Register early!

Where: Neptune Theatre, du Maurier Theatre, 1593 Argyle St, Halifax.

When: November 24, 2004 @ 9:00 – 12:00

Price: $100.00 + HST (10% discount for three or more from same organization)

Register: http://www.privlaw.com/pages/training_registration.htm or call National Privacy Services at 464-4497

Sponsored by McInnes Cooper & National Privacy Services Inc.

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