In what little spare time I have I perform the role of Secretary of NADPO – the National Association of Data Protection and Freedom of Information Officers. NADPO holds its annual conference in London on 22 November. The call to members has gone out, and also to members of the Data Protection Forum, with whom we have informal reciprocal arrangements. Now, for the first time, we have decided to make any spare places publicly available.
The line-up is as impressive as ever (if not more so): we have Jonathan Bamford, from the Information Commissioner’s Office, the BBC’s Martin Rosenbaum , Dr Ian Brown, from the Oxford Internet Institute, David Allen Green, author of the highly regarded Jack of Kent blog, and legal commentator for The Financial Times, S A Mathieson, senior analyst for EHI Intelligence and a freelance journalist and Antonis Patrikios, Director at Field Fisher Waterhouse’s Privacy and Information team. We also have the Law Commission, who will be talking about, and seeking attendees’ views on, their scoping project on Data Sharing between public bodies.
Spare places, if any are available, will be offered to those who express interest on a first-come-first-served basis, at a ridiculous bargain rate of £50.
The conference takes place at Field Fisher Waterhouse’s offices in Vine Street, EC3N.
If you’re interested in attending feel free to contact me using the form on this page.