If you've been following our Consumer Privacy Public Consultations, you know we've just completed the two sessions on Online Tracking and will be moving to the topic of cloud computing in Calgary next month.
And if you were following the consultation in Montreal via webcast, you may have noticed that our webcast connection cut out parts of the panel on Online Identity and Reputation, cutting out some of the opening remarks made by panellists Amy Buckland, Manon Arcand and Janic Tremblay.
One enterprising colleague managed to capture some of the remarks with the camera on her iPod(!). We've also posted the video on our YouTube page. As the audio is taken directly from the microphones in the room, the simultaneous translation feed is unavailable, but we've provided a short summary in English of what we recorded in French.
The full archived webcast of our Montreal consultation is now available online. If you haven't already seen it, the archived webcast from our first consultation in Toronto is already available. As well, I encourage you to check out the conversation around our consumer privacy consultations on Twitter - hashtagged #priv2010 with full archives available here and here. We've been pleased with the level of engagement around them so far and we hope it continues.