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Privacy in the Wild: Why the Privacy Interests of Animals Ma

Privacy in the Wild: Why the Privacy Interests of Animals Matter
Tuesday, May 25, 2021| 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Program Fee:
Free for Members | $15 for Non-Member Lawyers | Free for Non-Lawyers
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This panel program will examine how privacy concepts can inform both our understanding of animals and our efforts to improve animal welfare and conservation. Topics discussed will include publishing geolocation data for imperiled species, intersections of human and animal surveillance, ethical concerns with filming animals in the wild, and how existing laws acknowledge (and ignore) animal privacy interests.

Christopher Wlach, Chair, Animal Law Committee

Steven J. Cooke
, Professor, Canada Research Chair, Department of Biology, Carleton University

Brett Mills, Visiting Professor in Media at Edge Hill University, UK
Nathan Young, Professor of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ottawa

Sponsoring Committee:
Animal Law
Christopher Wlach, Chair

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