holdenkarau writes: "Linux.com has an article on a
talk entitled Privacy By Design recentlly given by Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Canada's Information and Privacy Commissioner.The talk starts of by
covering the basics of privacy, and privacy law, and then moves onto the important component, how to design software that properly protects users
privacy. The majourity of the time is spent on design principles, but also examines specific technologies (such as Elliptical Curve Cryptography)."
holdenkarau writes: Canadian privacy commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian, recently gave a talk entitled Privacy by Design to the University of Waterloo. The focus of the talk is how to use technology to enhance and protect privacy. Some of the technologies discussed included instant messaging, RFID tags and Elliptical Curve Cryptography (ECC). Then Dr. Cavoukian explained the "7 Privacy — Embedded Laws" followed by a discussion on a biometrics solution to encryption.