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Frederike Kaltheuner Jan 31
Someone just asked me why NGOs in Europe are so opposed to ethics. We’re not! We just notice that there’s a lot more enthusiasm for ethics than there is for enforceable rules - by companies and governments alike.
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Reuben Binns Feb 1
Could an inference be fair but unreasonable, or reasonable but unfair? OR: does unfairness imply unreasonableness? More broadly, does 'reasonable' include both epistemic and normative dimensions?
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CPDPconferences Feb 12
Couldn't make it to ? Or missed some of the sessions? We've got you covered! We filmed most of the sessions with the explicit permission of the panelists. All recorded conference sessions are now available online here:
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Youcef Dammane Jan 31
« Anything you say or do can and will be used against you in a targeted advertisement » Thank you ⁦⁩ for this great international data privacy event!
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Samson Yoseph Feb 1
The times they’re changing
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Mozilla Jan 31
The spread of disinformation online is one of the most pressing issues in tech today. We’ll be discussing what drives disinformation, how it’s connected to advertising & policy’s role in combating it at today.
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Andreea Lisievici Feb 1
Florence Raynal (CNIL): EDPB to publish shortly their public program for the next 2 years. One important point will be the interpretation of art. 48 GDPR in the context of the e-evidence file and the negotiations with the United States.
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Catharina Feb 1
“We are forgetting that data protection is not about protecting data, but people” - at
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Bryan Ford Feb 3
“Decentralized Identity: Blockchain and Reliability”: slides for a brief presentation I gave at CPDP 2019 on why Blockchain is exciting and promising but isn’t “The Solution” to the key problems of digital identity.
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Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna Jan 31
Notable absences of : reg, any discussion of the , any discussion on the bills popping up at state level in the US that were influenced by the GDPR & I also have not heard the words "federal US privacy law".
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Raegan MacDonald Jan 30
In case you're not already wired by the rich privacy dialogues happening at , come get some good coffee!
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alessandro mantelero Jan 31
Council of Europe: New Guidelines on Artificial Intelligence and Personal Data Protection
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SJMRoda Jan 31
Excellent tips by Helena Koning on data breaches procedures for private companies to comply with . Clear and straight forward!
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Eva Lievens Jan 30
Thank you for reminding participants about the importance of data protection for children!
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Claire Feb 1
Definitions of privacy have failed women - we need new ones, freedom of speech is not unlimited and black women are 84% more targeted by abusers online than white women. Some key takeaways from this morning's panel online abuse of women.
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EDPS Feb 1
In the words of Bruce Schneier, we cannot place at the mercy of the vulnerabilities of computers – which, in the case of , are by nature hackable, unreliable, or not private – or all three
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Youcef Dammane Jan 31
Great speech of ⁦⁩ as feminist and data protection expert in Pakistan
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Jason Kint Feb 2
why google has risk with specific, informed consent enforced under GDPR, I asked audience: 1) raise hand if you use a Google service (300+ raise hands) 2) raise your hand if you’re ok with google mining your browsing and location for targeted ads (no one raised hands)
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Noemi Trino Jan 30
. receiving the 2019 Champions of Privacy Awards: data protection as a fundamental right has become crucial for human rights and democracy.
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LOW Jan 31
“As citizens, we have a right to address . Current model puts the burden on us to enforce our rights against huge companies. Meaningful accountability needs meaningful transparency” - at Mozilla panel
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