Le comité directeur
She has appeared as an expert witness before Parliamentary and Senate committees regarding privacy law, national security, and biometric data, and serves as a member of the Advisory Council for the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario. Her current grant-funded research projects include studies on workplace surveillance applications, media governance and AI, and virtual health care data privacy. Brenda received her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto Faculty of Information.
Daniel is completing his PhD at the University of Toronto’s Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies. He is completing his dissertation on the governance of police technology in Canada, and has taught undergraduate classes on the place of digital technology in the modern criminal justice system. Prior to his PhD, Daniel volunteered for the John Howard Society’s Centre of Research, Policy & Program Development, where he assisted with projects on bail reform and police record checks.
Kate's research has also included global comparative analysis of age verification law and policy, data localization initiatives, and broadcast regulation.