2015 Public Forum Program of Events

Seeing Through the Cloud: Why Jurisdiction Still Matters in a
Digitally Interconnected World

Friday March 6, 2015 9 AM – 3:30 PM
Room 728, Faculty of Information
University of Toronto
Claude T. Bissell Building
140 St. George Street


Time Activity
8:30 Sign-in Desk Opens
Coffee & Tea and Continental Breakfast available
9:10 Opening Remarks
Heidi Bohaker, History, UofT Presentation Slides
Presentations
9:25 Stephanie Perrin, iSchool, UofT: “Transborder Dataflows and eCommunications Outsourcing in Historical ContextPresentation Slides
9:45 Lisa Austin and Daniel Carens-Nedelsky, Law, UofT: “Jurisdiction Still Matters: The Legal Contexts of Extra-National OutsourcingPresentation Slides
10:15 – 10:30 Q & A Period
10:30 – 11:00 Break
Presentations
11:00 Andrew Clement, iSchool, UofT: “The Internet is Not a Cloud: Geographies Matter as Much as Ever for Internet Storage, Routing and SurveillancePresentation Slides
11:20 Heidi Bohaker and John Dirks, History, UofT: “Sector Focus: University eCommunications Outsourcing in CanadaPresentation Slides
11:40 Stephanie Perrin: “Privacy Analysis of Current Extra-National Outsourcing PracticesPresentation Slides
12:00 – 12:30 Q & A Period
12:30 – 13:30 Catered Lunch
Workshop on Draft Recommendations and Draft Framework Document
13:30 Andrew Clement and Lisa Austin: “Introduction of Draft Policy RecommendationsPresentation Slides
13:50 Stephanie Perrin, Andrew Clement and Heidi Bohaker: “Introduction of Draft Framework
14:15 Small Group Discussion
15:00 Plenary Discussion
15:20 – 15:30 Wrap up & Conclusion