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Information & Ethics committee  Yes, except that businesses can't now make decisions that violate human rights codes. If they come up with mechanistic ways of doing that and it makes it impossible for us to know whether that's happening or not, they're still violating human rights codes. That was my point. My

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  With respect to young people, I would say that we should prohibit companies from collecting and using their data for profiling and marketing purposes. That's a beginning. That doesn't address all the other things I talked about.

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  I think it will be a problem because they have become the fundamental basis for making money in a “data in exchange for services” market, which is what the Internet has become. Just asking them to disclose the programming of their algorithms is likely to yield some fairly signifi

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  I don't think there is. Again, I go back to the way the EU approaches it. The more you create rights to not have your data used in particular ways or collected for particular things, the more you foreclose industry's being able to dictate that in their terms of service, creating

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  Yes, I agree, so when you said there's a gold standard, I said there wasn't. There isn't.

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  In the ultimate model that I'm thinking of, I don't think there's anybody who's doing that.

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  I'll go back to what I said about the EU. I think we should be interested in a Privacy Commissioner who understands privacy from the perspective of human rights. In the process of writing a paper, I was just reminded that privacy didn't make its way explicitly into the charter. P

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  I have not done work on the elderly, so I wouldn't be any more informed than anybody else who reads about all the fraudulent mechanisms by which vulnerable elderly people have money and other important things taken away from them. I couldn't comment specifically based on research

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  I would just add that I think education is important, too, but one of the ways I'd like to see education changed in this regard is not only to educate kids how to protect themselves, but to educate kids on what their rights are and on the practices that the media industry is enga

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  The other issue is that, when you talk to young people about privacy, one of the groups of people they need privacy from are their parents. This is a healthy part of growing up. They need privacy from their parents, in particular at ages when they're exploring issues around ident

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  Generally, in the area of privacy, I think of the EU as a leader and the reason for that is that they treat privacy as a human right. I think when you come at privacy as a human right, you start to see things a little differently and when you look at a market like digital communi

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  When the word “cloud” started circulating and people were getting all crazy about the cloud and worried about the cloud, someone very high up in the industry said, I just laugh when people talk about the cloud. What is the cloud? The cloud means that your data is stored on a serv

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  That's why international agreements become very important as well as trying to have countries keep pace so that nobody becomes the lowest common denominator.

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey

Information & Ethics committee  One of the first times that young people testified in a formal hearing, either in the House or in the Senate, was in the conversation around bullying and cyber-bullying. I think that is a really interesting model of bringing forward young people to engage and to testify. I'll pu

September 25th, 2017Committee meeting

Prof. Jane Bailey