Privacy and Technology IV

2015 Amsterdam Privacy Conference

10/25/2015

Privacy + Data Security

University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam Research Institute for Legal Studies
Oudemanhuispoort 4-6
Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1012

Lokke Moerel

Lokke Moerel

Speaking Engagement

Lokke Moerel participated in a panel that delved into challenges to the existing notions of privacy posed by recent technological developments, as well as the impact of these developments on rules and legislation. The panel was engineered to provide proper coverage of all perspectives, incorporating a broad representation of experts from industry and academia.

Panel topics included a reevaluation of fundamental concepts of privacy (e.g. the term “personally identifiable information”) for their continued relevance to legislation, the impact on innovation of the proposals of the Article 29 Working Party on data protection of the European Commission, the concept of a shift in focus from regulating data collection to regulating data analysis, and the possibilities surrounding shifting the focus of legislation to issues of transparency rather than privacy.

The 2015 Amsterdam Privacy Conference, a international meeting of privacy and data protection specialists, fell within the larger scope of Amsterdam Privacy Week.

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