Ovan video spelades in 28 juni 2012 och föreställer en halvdagskonferens anordnad av Gröna gruppen och Piratpartiet om dataskyddsförordningen och direktivet om persondata i polisiär verksamhet.

Videofilmen är inte försedd med svenskspråkiga undertexter och alla paneler är på engelska.

OBS: VI har inte lagt upp videon på vår egen server. Den laddas rån http://greenmediabox.eu. Hela konferensen varade i tre timmar.


9:30 Welcome and introduction by Jan Philipp Albrecht, MEP

9:40 Panel 1: The Right to be Forgotten, or: How to Exercise User Rights?

Topics / Questions:

How to enhance and enforce user rights on data protection in the information age?
Which rights do we need to have a technology-neutral approach that holds for the next 20 years?
Does the R2BF really make sense, and what does it mean for freedom of expression and historians?

Moderator : Christian Engström, MEP

Speakers :

Viktor Mayer-Schönberger, Oxford Internet Institute
Joris van Hoboken, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam
Anna Fielder, Privacy International Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)

10:45 Panel 2: Code as Law? Technological Approaches and Privacy-Driven Technology Development

Topics / Questions:

Which kind of regulatory environment is needed to enhance the usage of Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs)?
Do we need more clarity for Privacy by Design / Privacy by Default?
Can "Do Not Track" and similar technical protocols reconcile usability with informed choices of users? (Why did earlier approaches such as P3P fail, and can they be re-born?)
How to get privacy impact assessment regulations right?

Moderator: Amelia Andersdotter, MEP


Seda Gürses, Katholic University of Leuven
Alain Pannetrat, French Data Protection Authority (CNIL)
Rigo Wenning, Legal Counsel and Privacy Activity Lead, World Wide Web Consortium
Rosa Barcelo, European Commission, DG Information Society (e-Privacy unit)

11:50 Panel 3: Police Data Sharing and Access to Corporate Databases

Topics / Questions:

The patchwork of data protection rules for member states and EU agencies in this field
How to get political momentum for better data protection in the field of law enforcement?
What is and should be the relation between the principle of access (Swedish initiative) and data protection rules?
How to turn around the trend to ever more data collection and retention
What is really necessary and proportionate?

Moderator: Judith Sargentini, MEP

Franziska Boehm, University of Luxembourg
Caspar Bowden, independent privacy advocate and EDRi observer
Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Panoptikon Foundation and EDRi vice-president

12:55 Closing Remarks: Jan Philipp Albrecht, MEP

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