The multiple ways of (de/self-) regulation: What is at stake for human rights?

'The multiple ways of (de/self-) regulation: What is at stake for human rights?' is the title of this year's already announced Privacy Camp, taking place on Tuesday 26 January 2016 at Université Saint-Louis (Rue du Marais 119, Brussels) as a pre-CPDP event. Please check the very interesting programme, now online, and make sure you register … Continue reading The multiple ways of (de/self-) regulation: What is at stake for human rights?

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Data Privacy Day 2016 Symposium and Workshop

In the context of the 2016 Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference will be celebrated the Data Privacy Day 2016, with a Symposium in the evening of Thursday 28 January 2016 (19.00-22.00) and a Workshop during Friday 29 January 2016 (10.00–19.00). The Symposium will bring together artists working on issues related to privacy and surveillance, … Continue reading Data Privacy Day 2016 Symposium and Workshop

Privacy in Art: George Orwell 1984

Coinciding with the 2016 Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference -between 27 and 29 January 2016, in Brussels- will take place the exhibition 'Privacy in Art: George Orwell 1984'. The event, organised by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) in collaboration with Privacy Salon and Maison des Arts (Service de la Culture Française)  will … Continue reading Privacy in Art: George Orwell 1984

Privacy in the EU and US: A debate between Max Schrems and Peter Swire

In the context of the 2016 Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference, VUB's Brussels Privacy Hub is organising the event 'Privacy in the EU and US: A debate between Max Schrems and Peter Swire'. Swire is Lawrence P. Huang Professor of Law and Ethics at the Georgia institute of Technology; Schrems is the privacy activist behind … Continue reading Privacy in the EU and US: A debate between Max Schrems and Peter Swire