During the Pandemic the balance between individual privacy rights and public interest has shifted firmly towards mass surveillance and data collection. This is against the background of the post 9-11 trend in which vaguely defined security needs are used to justify wholesale online communications surveillance, and a pending explosion of new technologies to track activity in the physical world. Is this privacy’s dying gasp?
Wednesday 2 September 2020 5pm-6pm
Hosted by the Australasian Cyber Law Institute, an industry voice for issues related to cyber and law.
Moderator: Jaynaya Winmar
Jaynaya Winmar is a proud Noongar/Balladong woman from Quairading in Western Australia, and is National Reconciliation Relationship Manager at Indigenous Technology and Telecommunications Network (iNTTN). She is a member of organisations including Noongar Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Victorian Indigenous Professionals Network, Bunjil Energy and SheEO. Jaynaya has a strong background in the Education and Training Industry and dedicates herself to developing and strengthening Indigenous businesses and entrepreneurship.