Date: Monday 27 January 2020
Time: 12.00-14.00 (light lunch provided)
Building: Paul-Henri Spaak, The European Parliament, 60 rue Wiertz - B-1047 Brussels
Room: PHS 01 A 002
12.00 - 12.30 Lunch
12.30 - 12.35 Opening remarks by Supervisor, Wojciech Wiewiórowski
12.35 - 13.35 Discussion moderated by Christian D’Cunha, Head of EDPS Private Office, with speakers from Facebook, the Future for Privacy Forum, and BEUC.
13:35 - 13.55 Q&A with the audience
13.55 - 14.00 Closing remarks by Isabelle Vereecken, Head of the European Data Protection Board
As a society, we are increasingly wary of the way our personal information is being used. Certain recent landmark events have jolted many of us to reconsider our data habits. Yet the majority of us are still in the dark about the issues surrounding our personal data - are we really aware of how much personal data we upload every day, (un)intentionally creating profiles or “data doubles”? How many of these data doubles do we create and who controls them? What happens to our data when we die? These are the questions that we will explore on the day. With expert speakers including the Supervisor, Wojciech Wiewiórowski, participating in the conference, we will all be better equipped to understand these issues and develop a transparent and fully-functioning relationship with our data. We look forward to welcoming you.
Please note that registration for this event is currently reserved for trainees of the European Institutions. You can read the data protection notice for the event here. For queries please contact EDPS-Events@edps.europa.eu.