Disclaimer Please note that this preliminary version of the program is not final and that some panels might change or be rescheduled. Updated versions will be regularly posted and notified on the CPDP website.
Tuesday 22 January 2013
10.00 PrivacyCamp.eu - 2nd UnConference On Privacy And Data Protection
location at the Université Saint-Louis, 119 Rue du Marais, 1000, Brussels [TBC]
The Privacy-Camp.eu is an event in Brussels on privacy and data protection challenges and possibilities in Europe, launched by European Digital Rights (EDRi), the Law, Science, Technology and Society research group at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB-LSTS) and the Université Saint-Louis.
19.00 Art Exhibition: A LOOK INSIDE @ De Markten (till 22.00)
organised by De Markten, De Buren, VUB, Restart vzw and SMartBe.
Opening Tuesday 22 January 2013, 19.00 - 22.00. The exhibition is open Tuesday to Sunday, 12.00 - 18.00, from 22/01 to sun 03/02/2013. Closed on Mondays.
An art exhibition reflecting upon privacy and technology. With works of Stanza (UK), Sylvain Vriens (NL), Manu Luksh (UK), Panopticons (NL), Ief Spincemalle (BE), Bureau d’Etudes (FR), Heath Bunting (UK), Bart Dewolf (BE), Humans Since 1984 (SE), Constant (BE), Briko2K (BE), Dawamesk, Alex Mayo & Bob de Groof (BE), Heardryers (BE) & BRTNY (BE).
19.00 Reception on the occasion of the 7th European Data Protection Day @ Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU, Rue Stevin 139, 1040 Brussels
Contact Dariusz Kloza and Agnieszka Wawrzyk
Confirmed speakers Dr. Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski, Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor, Paul Nemitz, Director, Directorate C, Fundamental rights and Union citizenship, European Commission, Jan Philipp Albrecht MEP, Joe McNamee, Executive Director, EDRI, Marisa Jimenez, Google
A series of short and cunning replies will pave the way to interesting talks, and the delicious Polish catering. The event is organized by Minister Wojciech Wiewiórowski, the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, and is hosted by the Permanent Representation of Poland to the EU.
Wednesday 23 January 2013
20.00 Book presentation of ‘LIQUID SURVEILLANCE: A CONVERSATION’ by David Lyon with roundtable discussion @ De Markten (drinks from 19.30)
organised by the Living in Surveillance Societies – LiSS-COST Action and LSTS-VUB, and in cooperation with deBuren, De Markten and Polity Press,
hosted by William Webster (University of Stirling/COST-LISS)
panel Didier Bigo, King’s College London (UK), David Lyon, Queen’s University (CA), Ann Rudinow Sætnan, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NO), Kristin Veel, University of Copenhagen (DK)
Surveillance is a product of the modern world and as this world has become liquefied so too has surveillance. Why do people so willingly comply with surveillance and how does this liquidity suck everyone into is stream as participants?
Professor David Lyon, Director of the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queens University, Canada will give a presentation about his new book Liquid Surveillance: A Conversation which he has written together with Zygmunt Bauman (Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Leeds).
The presentation will be followed by a roundtable discussion.
registration please RSVP on the following address firstname.lastname@example.org
People at CPDP2013 who wish to attend the book presentation can register for a shuttle bus from Les Halles to De Markten, leaving at 19.15 at Les Halles. Please register at the information desk.
20.20 PechaKucha (till 22.20) at La Cave (Les Halles), Rue Royale-Sainte-Marie 22, 1030 Brussels
organised by PechaKucha Night Brussels & Architempo, in collaboration with VUB (LSTS)
13 speakers, each speaker has 6 minutes 40 sec. for a presentation in 20 images. Each image is on screen for only 20 seconds. No more, no less.
20 images x 20 seconds each. Tempo, story, tension, show-and-tell. The Brussels format includes designers, architects, artists, scientists, fashion designers,
photographers, musicians, and creative entrepreneurs. Many will discuss
technology and its implications. Some will not.
Information & registration http://pechakucha.architempo.net/
Thursday 24 January 2013
20.00 Open Roundtable: No Free Lunch on Social Media at De Markten
organised be EMSOC and CPDP, in collaboration with deBuren en De Markten
hosted by Jo Pierson, iMinds-SMIT Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE) and Dominique Deckmyn, De Standaard (BE)
panel Colin J. Bennett, University of Victoria (CA), Rob Heyman, iMinds-SMIT Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE), Alain Heureux, IAB (EU), Bruno Schröder, Microsoft Belux (BE)
Social media seem to challenge users’ privacy as the platforms value openness, connecting, and sharing with others. They became the focal point for privacy discussions as EU regulation and consumer organisations advocate privacy.
In a forever increasing connectivity, online advertising has become a key source of income for a wide range of online services. It has become a crucial factor for the growth and expansion of the Internet economy. For digital advertising to continue to grow, it needs the right set of rules. To create growth, also trust needs to be encouraged in emerging technologies, so that consumers feel comfortable using them. How much privacy do users expect on platforms designed to share information?
In this debate we wish to dissect the privacy definitions proposed by social media platforms, advertisers and consumer representatives. We especially wish to focus on the current trade-off made on all social media; users are offered free access to social media, but in the end the advertisers pay through advertising for their free lunch.
In this context the solutions that offer users online anonymity, to take them around the current web 2.0 business models, are also explained. How can the eco-system work and be sustainable? We want to discuss if a perfect fit exists for the three stakeholders: users, social media platforms and advertisers.
Registration is required at http://emsoc.be/wec_events/no-free-lunch-on-social-media-2/?ac=1T
Friday 25 January 2013
22.00 Privacy Party (till 02.00) at Bazaar, Kapucijnstraat 46 Rue des Capucins, 1000 Brussels
An initiative of the VUB for European Privacy Day
tickets 5€ <00h • 8€
Join us this year @Bazaar for the ultimate event to celebrate European Privacy Day! Come and dance to show everyone that privacy is not dead but still very much alive.
Main Room DkA ft PARSIFAL live (BE, Brussels Pony Club), PRINCE OFF (BE, Leftorium), THYS & TWIST (BE, Opus), Visuals: ANTIVITION (ES)
Basement DJ WHOO (BE, Opus / Los Ninos), NATHAN OYE (BE, Opus / Brüxsel Jardin) Rainy Dayz Radio release party, with KID STRIKE & GUY T. HARRIS (BE)
Saturday 26 January 2013
14.00 PRIVACY & TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP
Free. To participate, please send a mail to email@example.com
Tuesday 29 January 2013
12.30 GUIDED EXHIBITION VISIT BROODJE BRUSSEL
To participate, please register here http://www.deburen.eu/nl/programma/detail/rondleiding-tentoonstelling-a-look-inside