Canada Privacy Symposium

General Information

 

Photography: Delegates should be aware that the IAPP and others may be taking photographs and video during this conference. Such photos and video are taken only in public areas of the conference (session rooms, exhibit halls, etc.). The IAPP may use such media in future marketing materials and IAPP publications, and we may identify delegates by name in such media.

Session selection: Please select the sessions you wish to attend, but understand that space is limited and seats are not guaranteed. Sessions fill on a first-come, first-served basis. Our most popular sessions will fill quickly. We recommended that you have an alternate session in mind in case your first choice is unavailable. Seats are guaranteed for preconference workshops.

Method of payment: Make payment by wire transfer, MasterCard, Visa or American Express. Credit card information must be provided to secure your registration.

Please e-mail events@privacyassociation.org for wire transfer information.

Cancellation policy: Registration fees are not refundable but are transferable to a person in the same company, pending IAPP approval. No refunds are given for no-shows or cancellations. Executed registration form, online registration and e-mail confirmation constitute binding agreement between two parties.

Tax deductibility: Expenses of training, including registration fee, travel, lodging and meals, incurred to maintain or improve skills in your profession may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor. IAPP Federal Tax ID 23-3048008.

Guest registration: No preregistration is available. All guests must register on site and meet the following criteria: A guest is a spouse/significant other, friend or adult child (18 or older) who is not in an industry-related occupation. Coworkers or associates in the industry may not use the guest registration category. On-site guest registration fee is $275 USD and covers meals, receptions and entrance to the exhibit hall only.

Please note: The views and opinions expressed in program sessions are those of the speaker(s) and do not reflect the position of the IAPP.