Computers reading our minds? The benefits and risks of profiling

picture by Toms Bauģis (@flickr) A Privacy Platform meeting on "Computers reading our minds? The benefits and risks of profiling" will take place on Wednesday 25th January 2012, between 13h30 and 15h15 at Les Halles de Schaerbeek, Rue Royale-Sainte-Marie 22, 1030 Brussels. The meeting is organised in collaboration with the Computers, Privacy & Data Protection … Continue reading Computers reading our minds? The benefits and risks of profiling

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Privacy Party

A unique Privacy Party will take place on 27th January 2012 at BOZAR, in Brussels, marking the conclusion of this year's Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) Conference. This event will provide visual attention to the many possibilities, benefits, and risks of security measures and ‘big brother’-issues that may be present and may or may … Continue reading Privacy Party

PrivacyCamp.eu – UnConference on Privacy and Data Protection

picture by Rob J Brooks (@flickr) 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 Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL). This event will take place on … Continue reading PrivacyCamp.eu – UnConference on Privacy and Data Protection

Vote for the Belgian Big Brother Awards

The Big Brother Awards are aimed at raising awareness on surveillance practices by putting under the spotlight public institutions, private companies, policies or technological innovations perceived as particularly endangering the fundamental rights of individuals, and notably their rights to privacy and personal data protection. For the 2012 edition of the Belgian Big Brother Awards, co-organised … Continue reading Vote for the Belgian Big Brother Awards

Privacy Impact Assessment book published

picture by Galerija Galženica (@flickr) Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is a tool, a process, a methodology to identify, assess, mitigate or avoid privacy risks and, in collaboration with stakeholders, to identify solutions. The book "Privacy Impact Assessement", co-edited by LSTS researches David Wright and Paul de Hert, is the first on the subject, and has … Continue reading Privacy Impact Assessment book published