“What comes after Cambridge Analytica? Setting New Rules for Consumer Protection” (Brussels)
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cordially invites you to the
What comes after Cambridge Analytica?
Setting New Rules for Consumer Protection
While consumers repeatedly emphasize in surveys how important their privacy is to them, they often freely disclose personal information on the Internet. How can this apparently paradoxical behaviour be explained? And what has the Cambridge Analytica-Scandal to do with it?
Especially in the area of data driven industries, there is a systematic imbalance between the possibilities of companies to set the rules and those of consumers to deal with them: While large corporations like Google or Facebook employ top lawyers and the best software and marketing specialists, consumers often know little about technical processes, business models and the legal situation. Cost-benefit considerations are therefore difficult for them.
Shortly before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes effective in May 2018 and at a time when the EU Commission accuses Facebook and Twitter of lacking consumer protection, the BMBF-funded research consortium invites you to discuss with representatives of politics and business how consumers can protect their privacy in times of Facebook and Cambridge Analytica and which new rules have to be negotiated between the relevant players in politics, business and civil society.
Eyke Peveling, Representation of the State of Baden-Württemberg to the European Union
Dr. Michael Friedewald, Forum Privacy / Fraunhofer Institute for System- and Innovation Research ISI
- Prof. Dr. Jörn Lamla, Dr. Carsten Ochs, University of Kassel
Contradiction or Paradox? Self-Determination in Data Economies
- Prof. Dr. Nicole Krämer, University of Duisburg-Essen:
Privacy Protection: The consumers’ dilemma!
- Wojtek Talko, Member of the Cabinet of Commissioner Vĕra Jourová
- Joanna Lopatowska, EuroCommerce, Adviser, Consumer Policy & Digital
- Dr. Carsten Ochs, Forum Privacy / University of Kassel
- Prof. Dr. Jörn Lamla, Forum Privacy / University of Kassel
- Prof. Dr. Nicole Krämer, Forum Privacy / University of Duisburg-Essen
Moderator: Hendrik Kafsack, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Dr. Michael Friedewald, Forum Privacy / Fraunhofer ISI