On October 11th I was invited by Elizabeth Denham, the Access to Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia to give a keynote at the Privacy and Access 20/20 Conference in Vancouver to an audience that included the various provincial and federal Information Commissioners.
Below is my keynote, I’ve tried to sync the slides up as well as possible. For those who want to skip to juicier parts:
- 7:08 – thoughts about the technology dependence of RTI legislation
- 12:16 – the problematic approach to RTI implementation that results from these unsaid assumptions
- 28:25 – the need and opportunity to bring open data and RTI advocates together
Some acronyms used: