Current Developments in Privacy Frameworks: Towards Global Interoperability

November 1, 2011 (All day)
Mexico City, Mexico

Hosted by the Ministry of the Economy of Mexico in conjunction with the Federal Institute for Access to Information and Data Protection, the OECD has organized this conference to be back-to-back with the 33rd International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners. The conference will bring together government officials and privacy authorities, along with representatives of international organizations, business, civil society, the Internet technical community, and academics.

EFF's International Rights Director Katitza Rodriguez will be part of the concluding panel session at the end of the day to recap key themes from the Conference and explore their implications for advancing global interoperability among privacy frameworks going forward.

For more information visit: http://oe.cd/privmex
To register or obtain additional information, please contact privacy30th@oecd.org

Location
Hilton Mexico City Reforma
#70. Colonia Centro,
Mexico City, Mexico

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