Privacy Day 2022 Webcast: Empowering a New Generation of Digital Citizens



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“It’s essential to allow our children to participate in a digital world, and support them as they navigate through it.”

The theme of this year’s event is based on one of four strategic priority areas that guide the IPC’s work over the coming years: Children and Youth in a Digital World.

In this webinar, our panelists discuss and answer questions on how we can best champion the privacy and access rights of Ontario’s children and youth by promoting their digital literacy and digital rights while holding institutions accountable for protecting the children and youth they serve.


Our panelists this year included:

Jane Bailey, Professor of Law, University of Ottawa and CoLead of The eQuality Project
Keith Baybayon, President, Ontario Student Trustees’ Association
Anthony Carabache, Provincial Coordinator Additional Qualifications Courses,
Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association
Yael Ginsler, Assistant Deputy Minister, Ministry of Education, Student Achievement Division
Matthew Johnson, Director of Education, MediaSmarts
Dave Meslin, activist and bestselling author of TEARDOWN: Rebuilding Democracy from the Ground Up
Jacob Ohrvik-Stott, Acting Head of Regulatory Futures, U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office

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