Can the law and regulation save us from corporate and
Wednesday 25th April 2012
Ty Menai, Ffordd Penlan, Parc Menai
Bangor, LL57 4HJ
5.15pm - Arrival and light buffet/refreshments
6.00pm – Talk and discussion
6.50pm Refreshments and close.
This workshop is targeted at SME employees interested in understanding the legal
position on data privacy.
Jim Killock, Executive Director, Open Rights Group.
In today’s world, issues of Data Protection Security and Privacy are constantly in the headlines and there is
tension between the individual's right to privacy and the national security policy. With new legislation coming
in on cookies, state collection of internet traffic data, and data projection obligations of private enterprises,
Jim Killock digs in to the details, debunks the myths and asks whether the law can save us from corporate and
About the Speakers
Jim Killock is the Executive Director of the Open Rights Group www.openrightsgroup.org who's expressed
mandate is to preserve and promote the rights of individuals in the digital age.
Before joining Open Rights Group in January 2009, Jim worked as External Communications Co-ordinator
of the Green Party. At the Green Party, he promoted campaigns on open source, intellectual property, digital
rights and campaigned against the arms and espionage technologist Lockheed Martin's bid for the UK Census.
Lockheed Martin have since been prevented from handling UK Census data as part of their contract. He was
also a leading figure in the campaign to elect their first party leader, Caroline Lucas MP. He has a blog at
Places are limited for this seminar, so book early to avoid disappointment.
To book a place at this fully-subsidised seminar please click here or call us on 01248 382728
This workshop will be presented in English, however, should you wish to engage in the workshop through the medium of Welsh, please let us know up to 4 working days before the date of the event and we will endeavour to ensure all resources are available in Welsh as soon as possible.