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Exploring topics related to privacy, people, and freedom of information.

Latest Episodes

Information Laundering

As we learned in the first episode, BC’s Freedom of Information laws ensure that public records belong to the public, which is a fundamental principle to our democracy. Citizens in a democratic nation must have a right of access to information about their government in order to make informed choices.But prior to 1992, we didn’t have these rights in BC. And now, we're at risk of losing them again due to something called information laundering.

31 MIN2019 AUG 16
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Information Laundering

Policing Info World Conference

In this special edition episode of ourData Subjectspodcast, we revisit our Policing Info World conference. On May 23, 2019, we co-hosted a conference that explored the data behind crime, law enforcement, and surveillance. Along with department of criminology at Kwantlen Polytechnic University and the BC Civil Liberties Association, we heard from experts in law enforcement, academia, and the legal profession. As this was a full-day conference, this episode is very long. Please view the show notes on our website for a complete list of panels, panelists, and time codes. This conference wouldn't have been possible without the support of our sponsors: CUPE BC, News Media Canada, and Web exPress.

289 MIN2019 MAY 30
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Policing Info World Conference

The History of FIPPA (Part 2)

The second episode of the podcast continues our exploration of BC's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. In it, we learn about how the original spirit and intent of the legislation has been lost over time. You'll hear from different experts on the subject and listen to discussions about how legislative reform can help to realign the Act with its original promise.

58 MIN2019 MAY 7
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The History of FIPPA (Part 2)

The History of FIPPA (Part 1)

For the first episode of the podcast, we're looking back and trying to learn a lesson from history. Our story begins in 1990, two years before the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act becomes the law in British Columbia. It follows the dedicated individuals who advocated for, drafted, and ultimately brought about the new legislation that brings B.C. one step closer to achieving the ideal of open government.

36 MIN2019 MAR 30
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The History of FIPPA (Part 1)
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Latest Episodes

Information Laundering

As we learned in the first episode, BC’s Freedom of Information laws ensure that public records belong to the public, which is a fundamental principle to our democracy. Citizens in a democratic nation must have a right of access to information about their government in order to make informed choices.But prior to 1992, we didn’t have these rights in BC. And now, we're at risk of losing them again due to something called information laundering.

31 MIN2019 AUG 16
Comments
Information Laundering

Policing Info World Conference

In this special edition episode of ourData Subjectspodcast, we revisit our Policing Info World conference. On May 23, 2019, we co-hosted a conference that explored the data behind crime, law enforcement, and surveillance. Along with department of criminology at Kwantlen Polytechnic University and the BC Civil Liberties Association, we heard from experts in law enforcement, academia, and the legal profession. As this was a full-day conference, this episode is very long. Please view the show notes on our website for a complete list of panels, panelists, and time codes. This conference wouldn't have been possible without the support of our sponsors: CUPE BC, News Media Canada, and Web exPress.

289 MIN2019 MAY 30
Comments
Policing Info World Conference

The History of FIPPA (Part 2)

The second episode of the podcast continues our exploration of BC's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. In it, we learn about how the original spirit and intent of the legislation has been lost over time. You'll hear from different experts on the subject and listen to discussions about how legislative reform can help to realign the Act with its original promise.

58 MIN2019 MAY 7
Comments
The History of FIPPA (Part 2)

The History of FIPPA (Part 1)

For the first episode of the podcast, we're looking back and trying to learn a lesson from history. Our story begins in 1990, two years before the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act becomes the law in British Columbia. It follows the dedicated individuals who advocated for, drafted, and ultimately brought about the new legislation that brings B.C. one step closer to achieving the ideal of open government.

36 MIN2019 MAR 30
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The History of FIPPA (Part 1)
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