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CPDP2012 Panels at Grande Halle
9.00 REGULATING PROFILING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT: THE EU PNR CASE
hosted by Wouter VAN BALLEGOOIJ, European Parliament (EU) and Evelien BROUWER, Utrecht University (NL), Jan ALBRECHT, Member of the European Parliament (EU), Sophie KWASNY, Council of Europe, Niraj NATHWANI, Fundamental Rights Agency (EU), Despina VASSILIADOU, European Commission (EU)
Profiling is the one of the buzz words in the field of law enforcement, the milestone towards a new approach to EU ‘policing’ strongly based on the identification of known and unknown suspects.Leaving aside the effectiveness and proportionality of blanket retention of all persons’ data, the question is how to regulate profiling. The panel will present different perspectives, and will focus on the proposed EU PNR-wide system, which could become a flagship measure of this policing turn.
10.15 Coffeee break
10.30 On the rise of smart technologies. Surveillance, privacy and ethics
hosted by CPDP and the FP7 EU project SAPIENT (Supporting fundamentAl rights, PrIvacy and Ethics in surveillaNce Technologies)
Panel Julien JEANDESBOZ, King's College London (UK), Claudia KORNMEIER (DE), Susan LANDAU, Harvard University (US), William WEBSTER, University of Stirling (UK)
The panel will examine the development and diffusion of smart surveillance technologies in their institutional settings.
11.45 The data protection reform: what is your key point?
hosted by Marie-Hélène BOULANGER, European Commission (EU) and Cécile DE TERWANGNE, Université de Namur (BE)
Panel Christopher DOCKSEY, European Data Protection Supervisor (EU), Jean-Philippe MOINY, CRIDS- FUNDP (BE), Kostas ROSSOGLOU, BEUC (EU), Walter VAN HOLST, European Digital Rights - EDRi (EU), Ron ZINK, Microsoft (EU)
14.00 Modernising Convention 108 in the Face of the IT Revolution (till 17.00, with coffee break)
organised by CPDP and the Council of Europe
Opening Statements by Maud DE BOER-BUQUICCHIO, Deputy Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Crispin BLUNT, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice (UK), on behalf of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe, Sigrid ARZT, Commissioner of the Federal Institute for access to information and data protection of Mexico (MX).
download the modernised version of Convention 108
hosted by Catherine POZZO DI BORGO, Vice-Chair of the Consultative Committee of Convention 108 (FR)
Panel Cécile DE TERWANGNE, Computer and Law Research Centre (CRIDS), Université de Namur (BE), Michael DONOHUE, OECD, Peter FLEISCHER, Google (US), Meryem MARZOUKI, European Digital Rights - EDRi/IRIS (EU), Marc ROTENBERG, Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) (US), Domenico ROMANAZZI, Deutsche Bank (DE)
17.00 Concluding Notes
Peter HUSTINX, European Data Protection Supervisor, EDPS (EU)
CPDP2012 Panels at Petite Halle
10.15 Coffee break
10.30 Workshop on Privacy Impact Assessment: Past – Present - Future
rganised by CPDP and the Privacy Impact Assessment Framework (PIAF) Project
hosted by Adam WARREN, Loughborough University (UK) and Kush WADHWA, Trilateral Research & Consulting LLP (UK)
Panel Nicolas DUBOIS, European Commission (EU), Gus HOSEIN, Privacy International (UK), Antonio KUNG, Trialog (FR), Sarah SPIEKERMANN, Vienna University of Technology (AT), David WRIGHT, Trilateral Research & Consulting LLP (UK)
The current revision of the EU privacy and data protection framework provides a unique opportunity for the EU to craft an effective privacy impact assessment (PIA) policy and methodology. To accomplish this requires an in-depth examination of PIA practices worldwide and the identification of their best elements. Thus, this workshop will address the experience of the EU RFID PIA and learnings from PIAs conducted (“past”) and current PIA practice in selected countries (“present”) in order to optimally shape EU PIA policy (“future”). This workshop constitutes a part of the PIAF Project (http://piafproject.eu) which is co-funded by the European Commission’s DG Justice.
14.00 eIdentity and Identity management
organised by Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, European Commission Joint Research Centre (IPTS - JRC)
hosted by Norberto ANDRADE, IPTS - JRC and Gerrit HORNUNG (Universität Passau, DE)
Panel Wainer LUSOLI, Chester University (UK), Patrick VAN EECKE, DLA Piper (BE), Edgar WHITLEY, London School of Economics and Political Science (UK)
Electronic Identity (eID) is the backbone of modern communications and transactions in the digital world, and thus a key driver for the growth of the EU economy and the completion of the Digital Single Market. The latter, in effect, can only be accomplished when citizens from one Member State (MS) can easily and unobtrusively access services and use applications from any other Member State. The session will discuss the most recent and relevant legal developments, legislative proposals and juridical studies in the field of electronic identity and identity management at the EU level.
15.15 Coffee break
15.30 Security of eGovernment systems? (till 18.00)
organised by CPDP and Rathenau Institute
hosted by Frans BROM, Rathenau Institute (NL) and Walter PEISSL, Institute of Technology Assessment, Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT)
Panel Geert MUNNICHS, Rathenau Institute (NL), Stefan Strauß, Institute of Technology Assessment, Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT), Christian VAN ’T HOF, Rathenau Institute (NL), Arnd WEBER, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE)
What is on the Technology Assessment agenda? Members of the EPTA Network (European Parliamentary Technology Assessment Network) will present some of their recent work on the biometric passport, e-Identity and eProcurement systems. The implementation of these systems have triggered major privacy and security issues on national levels. What will happen if we want to integrate these systems on a European level?
CPDP2012 Workshops at La Cave
8.15 LSEC workshop and activities (with coffeebreak)
organised by CPDP and Leaders in Security (LSEC)
hosted by Ulrich SELDESLACHTS, LSEC (BE)
During this day discussions on data protection, privacy and computer security will be slightly more focused on some of the practical implementations of the various applicable legislations and challenges by companies, organizations and government in applying them. This part of the conference will focus on the operational perspective by presenting some best practices, experiences, methodologies, solutions and technologies
14.00 Communicating privacy in organizations
organised by FP7 EU Project PATS (Privacy Awareness through Security Organisation Branding),
hosted by Daniel GUAGNIN, Technical University Berlin (DE)
Panel Peter LEPPELT, Praemandatum (DE), Michelle CHIBBA, Information and Privacy Commissioner’s Office Ontario (CA), Leon HEMPEL, Technical University Berlin (DE), Carla ILTEN, Technical University Berlin (DE), David WRIGHT, Trilateral Research & Consulting LLP (UK)
A prevalent issue for discussion is that of data protection legislation failing to keep pace with technological developments; particularly in the field of surveillance technologies. Privacy principles in organisations are often lacking, if they exist at all. This is an issue of particular interest currently due to a renewed debate of the principle of accountability. In this panel different approaches of how privacy communication within organisations can be enacted will be presented.
15.15 Coffee break
15.30 LSEC workshop and activities (till 18.00)
Continuation of morning session
CPDP2012 side events third day
18.00 Open round table “Don't be evil - Technology companies' role in supporting and suppressing human rights activists” at BOZAR, Rue Ravensteinstraat 23, 1000 Brussels
organised by User Empowerment in a Social Media Culture (EMSOC) project, Research Group on Law, Science, Technology and Society of Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Vlaams-Nederlands Huis deBuren
hosted by Mathias VERMEULEN (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, BE) and Marcel ROSENBACH (Der Spiegel, DE)
registration obligatory http://emsoc.be/wec_events/round-table-on-dangers-opportunities-of-social-media-for-activists/#registratie
Panel Jacob APPELBAUM, Tor, Wikileaks (US), Ahmed GHAPPOUR, Egyptian Initiative for Human Rights (EG/US), Eric KING, Privacy International (UK), Marietje SCHAAKE, Member of the European Parliament (EU), Ben ROOME, Nokia Siemens Networks (UK)
This panel will address the dangers and opportunities that are attached to the use of various online tools by human rights and democratisation activists all over the world. It will look into the role technology companies have played in enabling, supporting or limiting civil society and human rights.
21.30 Privacy Party (till 02.00) at BOZAR, entrance at Rue Terarken, 1000 Brussels
Organized by Je m’en fish and the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology and Society of Vrije Universiteit Brussel
entrance fee 8 euro
This unique event will provide visual attention to the many possibilities, benefits, and risks of security measures and ‘big brother’-issues that may be present and may or may not be evident to the public eye through the visuals of VJ’s Supersymmetry and Orchid Bite. The party presents an original electronic and dubstep view of the Brussels nightlife experience. The music will be provided by Seams (LIVE) (DE, Pictures music), Clubroot (UK, Lo Dubs) and Bunzero (BE).