Charles Raab is Professorial Fellow, University of Edinburgh; Director of the Centre for Research into Information, Surveillance and Privacy (CRISP); co-Chair, Independent Digital Ethics Panel for Policing (IDEPP), National Police Chiefs’ Council (UK). Research on privacy, data protection, surveillance, security, democracy. Publications include (with C. Bennett), The Governance of Privacy (2003; 2006); (with B. Goold), Protecting Information Privacy (2011); (with Surveillance Studies Network), A Report on the Surveillance Society (2006); (with W. Webster et al, eds.), Video Surveillance. Evidence to UK parliamentary committees (e.g., Intelligence and Security Committee, 2014); Specialist Adviser, House of Lords Constitution Committee for inquiry, Surveillance: Citizens and the State, HL Paper 18, Session 2008-09. Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences; Fellow, Royal Society of Arts.
Stephanie Raets is a lawyer - Senior Associate at Claeys & Engels, one of the leading law firms in offering legal services in all areas concerning human resources. She specialises on diverse aspects of both employment and labour law and social security law (advice and litigation). She focusses amongst others on questions of privacy and data protection, as well as on issues with respect to psychosocial risks at work and discrimination law in the scope of the employment relationship. In 2006, Stephanie graduated with high merit at the Antwerp University. Since 2006, she is member of the Antwerp Bar. During her career (of almost 9 years) at Claeys & Engels, she had the opportunity to work for the US partner of Claeys & Engels within the international alliance Ius Laboris for three months.
Zara Rahman is a feminist, researcher and writer, interested in the intersection of technology, activism and power. She has worked in over twenty countries in the field of information accessibility and data use among civil society organisations. She is Research Lead at The Engine Room and a 2016/17 Fellow at Data & Society Research Institute in NYC. Find her online at http://zararah.net/ and @zararah.
Director of the Spanish Data Protection Agency (2007-2011). Graduate in Law with Extraordinary Prize Honours (1988) and Doctor in Law at the University of Valencia (1990).
Professor of Constitutional Law at the Jaume I University of Castellón, where he was also Head of the Constitutional Law Department (1993-1998). He has performed research activity at international centres such as the International Human Rights Institute with its seat in Strasbourg, the Theory of State Department of La Sapienza University (Rome) and the Centre de Recherche de Droit Constitutionnel at the Paris I-Pantheòn-Sorbonne University. He is the author of numerous monographs, collective books and scientific articles in specialised national and international magazines.
Kai Rannenberg holds the Deutsche Telekom Chair of Mobile Business & Multilateral Security (www.m-chair.de) at Goethe University Frankfurt since 2002. He is active in the Council of European Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS) chairing its Legal & Security Issues Special Interest Network since 2003. Since 2015 Kai is a Vice President of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), the global umbrella organisation of Informatics scientists and professionals. Since 1991 he is active in the ISO/IEC standardization of IT Security. Since 2007 Kai is Convenor of the SC 27/WG 5 “Identity management and privacy technologies”. 2004-2013 he served as academic expert in the Management Board of the European (Union) Network and Information Security Agency, ENISA, and is now a member of ENISA's Permanent Stakeholder Group. 1999-2002 he was with Microsoft Research Cambridge focussing on „Personal Security Devices & Privacy Technologies“.
Florence Raynal began her career in 2000 within the Law Firm Donahue&Partners LLP in New York for 3 years. She worked as a Senior Manager within Ernst & Young Law Firm for 4 years where she advised on privacy matters at both national and European levels. In 2008, she was appointed Head of the International and European Affairs Department of the CNIL. She advised the former CNIL President Mr. Alex Türk and now the current President Mrs. Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin in their chairmanship of the Article 29 Working Party. Managing the presidency of the WP29 implies participating in all reforms on international and European regulations in all relevant fora.
Cyril Ritter is an official in the European Commission's Directorate-General for Competition (DG COMP), where he works in the Antitrust Policy unit. In his current capacity, he works on data issues, financial cases and pharma cases. He was previously a DG COMP case-handler dealing with airline and shipping cases. Before joining DG COMP in 2007, Cyril was a law firm associate in Paris.
Katitza Rodríguez is the Director of EPIC´s International Privacy Project and Coordinator of The Public Voice Coalition. She concentrates on comparative policy and legal aspects of privacy and data protection. She is Research Director for "Privacy and Human Rights Report (PHR) 2007," the most comprehensive survey of privacy laws and developments in the world. She was also Research Editor of the Latin American Reports in the 2005 and 2006 editions of PHR. She was responsible for facilitating the participation of Civil Society in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Ministerial in Seoul, Korea as well as the organization of the OECD Civil Society Forum. She is also in charge of liaising with data protection authorities, policymakers, consumer and civil society organizations around the world. She hold a degree in Law from the University of Lima, Peru.
Jeremy Rollison is Director of EU Government Affairs in Brussels within Microsoft’s Corporate, External, & Legal Affairs (CELA) group, working on policy related to the EU Digital Single Market (DSM), with a particular emphasis on data issues and corresponding public policy covering privacy, cybersecurity, and cloud computing. Prior to joining Microsoft, he was part of the Government Relations team at Nokia in the company’s EU representative office, and was previously Director of the European Digital Media Association (EDiMA) in Brussels.
Arnold Roosendaal (PhD, LLM) is a senior consultant at Privacy Company with a specific expertise in the field of privacy and identity. Within Privacy Company, he works on several national and international research and consultancy projects. Arnold studied Law & Technology (LLM) at Tilburg University (NL) and obtained a Research Master in Law (LLM MPhil) at Tilburg and Leuven (B) University. In 2013, he defended his PhD on effects on privacy, autonomy, and identity, resulting from being subjected to decisions based on digital representations of individuals. Arnold has written numerous (inter)national publications and is a well-known speaker and panelist, and writes for several expert platforms.
Astrid Marieke Rosenthal-von der Pütten received a M.S. degree in applied cognitive and media science in 2009 and the Ph.D. degree in psychology in 2014 both from University of Duisburg-Essen. Since 2009 she works as Research Associate in the Department Social Psychology: Media and Communication at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Her research interestsinclude social effects of artificial entities, h uman-robot- interaction especially the uncanny valley, linguistic alignment with robots and virtual agents. Dr. Rosenthal-von der Pütten was a PhD fellowship holder of the German National Academic Foundation for her work on the uncanny valley hypothesis and a recipient of two outstanding PhD thesis awards. She is a fellow of the Global Young Faculty.
Marc Rotenberg is President of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (epic.org) in Washington, DC. He teaches information privacy law and open government at Georgetown Law. He is the coauthor (with Anita Allen) of Privacy Law and Society (West Academic 2016) and editor of Privacy in the Modern Age:The Search for Solutions (The New Press 2015) and The Privacy Law Sourcebook (EPIC 2016). He serves on the editorial board of several journals, including the European Data Protection Review. He also maintains the website privacylawandsociety.org
Antoinette ROUVROY is FNRS (National Fund for Scientific Research) research associate and researcher at the Information Technology and Law Research Centre (CRID) of the University of Namur, Belgium. She is particularly interested in the mechanisms of mutual production between sciences and technologies and cultural, political, economic and legal frameworks. Her doctoral research at the European University Institute of Florence (Human Genes and Neoliberal Governance: A Foucauldian Critique. Abingdon and New-York, Routledge-Cavendish, 2008), looked at the knowledge-power relations in the post-genomic era. Her current interdisciplinary research interests revolve around the ethical, legal and political challenges raised by the new information, communication and surveillance technologies (biometrics, RFIDs, ubiquitous computing, ambient intelligence, persuasive technologies,…) and their convergence.
Todd is the Chief Privacy Officer and VP of Legal Affairs at Ghostery, a technology company that makes the world’s leading privacy compliance and data governance software solutions. As the CPO he oversees the company’s privacy be design program, ensuring that its products exceed regulatory expectations. Much of his time is also spent on outward facing functions, such as speaking and writing opportunities and developing relationships with privacy thought leaders and policy makers around the world. He is a CIPP – US/E and a CIPT and has served on numerous boards of the IAPP.