The authors that have been selected through the yearly CPDP Call for Papers will present their research at the CPDP Academic Sessions. The CPDP Academic Sessions cover a broad range of topics relating to new technologies, privacy, and data protection in the fields of law, social sciences, philosophy, and computer science (as well as other relevant fields). Each session is followed by a short Q&A with the audience.
• Geert Lokhorst, University of Amsterdam (NL) and Mireille van Eechoud, University of Amsterdam (NL) - "Jacks of All Trades – Public Registers, Personal data & Principles of Proportionality"
• Gianclaudio Malgieri, VUB (BE) - "Right to Explanation and Algorithm Legibility in the EU Member States Legislations - Suitable Safeguards for automated decision-making within national implementations of the GDPR"
• Domenico Rosani, University of Innsbruck (AT) - "Child’s participation online and the General Data Protection Regulation – a dialogue between educational and legal sciences is urgently needed"
• Mara Paun, Tilburg University (NL) - "Consumer Protection in Financial Services: Source of inspiration for data protection?"
The session will be chaired by Ignacio Sanchez, JRC (EU).