Global Pandemic
Data Rights and Privacy

🕑 60 MinsFREE EVENT

Hosted by IDCA Chairman

On-Demand

Companies, governments, and people produce data with their every breath. However, with every piece of data comes rights, privileges, advantages, and possible challenges.

Topics Covered

  • What are the data rights of companies, governments and people?
  • Which part of our data can be classified as our property?
  • How far can corporations or governments go in tapping into the data we generate?
  • In the case of the pandemic, does safety takes precedence or privacy?
  • Does a pandemic supersede our last right to privacy forever?
  • When does government access to our information become immoral?
  • How should governments engage with their citizens when collecting their data and what are the moral and legal rights of citizens over their data?
  • What are the possible remedies to governments and corporations that may be inclined to partner in breaching our privacy in the name of safety?
  • What are the pre-COVID, in-COVID, in-Recovery and new-normal rights, challenges, concerns, and resolutions?

Speakers

  • Mehdi Paryavi
    IDCAChairman
  • Richie Etwaru
    IDCAData Rights Council
  • Mark Thiele
    IDCACommittee Chair
  • Joseph Yuen
    Hong Kong Federation of E-CommerceChairman