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Dokumentation: Forum Privatheit auf der CPDP vertreten, u. a. zum Thema: "Conversational Agents: A threat to Privacy?"

02.02.2017

Das Forum Privatheit und selbstbestimmtes Leben in der Digitalen Welt organisierte im Rahmen der jährlichen "Computers, Privacy and Data Protection" (CPDP) am 27. Januar 2017 ein Panel zum Thema "Conversational Agents: A threat to Privacy?" Daneben war Forumskoordinator Dr. Michael Friedewald Podiumsredner zum Thema "Types of Privacy" sowie das Forumsmitglied und Landesbeauftragte für Datenschutz Schleswig-Holstein Marit Hansen Podiumsrednerin zum Thema "Implementing the Data Protection Regulation". Mit dieser Dokumentation wollen wir an den Themen Interessierte auf die Videoaufzeichnungen aufmerksam machen.

Conversational agents: a threat to privacy?

Forum Privatheit Panel auf der CPDP 2017

Fotos:  Murat Karaboga

Panel-Beschreibung und weitere Informationen

Panel-Beschreibung und weitere Informationen

CPDP-Conference 25.-27. January 2017
Forum Privatheit-Panel on 27. January - 16:00 Maison Autrique
Rue Royale-Sainte-Marie 22,
B-1030 Brussels, Belgium

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"Computers, Privacy and Data Protection 2017 (CPDP)"

Panel: "Conversational agents: a threat to privacy?"


Short Panel description: 

Recent advancements in A.I. and anthropomorphic design provide new ways of social interaction between humans and machines. Interaction with Conversational agents thus becomes more and more intuitive – they even use emojis and colloquial language. They are integrated in our favorite messenger apps and almost invisible, either literally hidden like Apple’s Siri or Microsoft’s Cortana, or metaphorically disappearing behind humanlike emotions and avatars. The use of machines to achieve certain goals is changing towards interacting with digital social agents. Overall, these developments could greatly increase usability and they are said to be a multi-billion-dollar chance for the software economy and the tech industry. However, digital agents also have major implications for individual privacy. In order to deliver best results, digital agents and their services rely on data. Both data provided by the individual and information about the context are needed and consequently analyzed.

  • Are we going to share new and different types and quantities of data with digital social agents?
  • How will daily life change with social digital agents becoming more and more important?
  • Which parts of our lives are next to be infused by digital agents?
  • Are tech companies even able to provide data security in the economic struggle for the best services?



Chair:

Fidel Santiago (EDPS, EU)


Panelists:

  1. Hamza Harkous (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH)
  2. Ewa Luger (University of Edinburgh, UK) 
  3. Astrid Rosenthal-van der Pütten (University of Duisburg-Essen, DE) 
  4. Michael Schlüter (GfK, UK) 


Moderator:

Max Braun (University of Hohenheim & Forum Privacy, DE)


CPDP-Website:
CPDP

Types of privacy

Mit Forumsmitglied Michael Friedewald

Fotos:  Murat Karaboga

Panel-Beschreibung und weitere Informationen

Panel-Beschreibung und weitere Informationen

"Computers, Privacy and Data Protection 2017 (CPDP)"

Panel: "Types of privacy"


Short Panel description: 

In a recent paper, Koops et al. presented a typology of privacy, based on a cross-county comparison of constitutions and building on prior scholarly work that tries to capture the concept of privacy in a systematic manner. The proposed typology goes beyond informational privacy as the sole focus of privacy in the 21st century, highlighting eight other main types of
privacy in a model. The model helps to get a grip on the complex notion of privacy, showing its multiple facets but also the interconnections between different types of privacy. This panel, featuring leading privacy scholars, focuses on the (un)usefulness of modelling privacy, and will critically discuss whether and to what extent the proposed model is comprehensive, robust, and future-proof, and what its usefulness for academic research and policy might be.

  • What are the main types of privacy?
  • How do various types of privacy relate to informational privacy?
  • What is the usefulness of trying to capture privacy in a model?
  • Can the model help in identifying types of privacy that are underprotected by law, given current and near-future socio-technical challenges?


Chair:

Ivan Škorvánek (TILT, NL)


Panelists:

  1. Roger Clarke (Xamax Consultancy, AU)
  2. Gloria González Fuster (VUB-LSTS, BE),
  3. Michael Friedewald (Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI & Forum Privacy, DE)
  4. Bert-Jaap Koops (TILT, NL)


Moderator:

Tamar Sharon (Maastricht University, NL)


CPDP-Website:
CPDP

Implementing the data protection regulation

Mit Forumsmitglied Marit Hansen

Panel-Beschreibung und weitere Informationen

Panel-Beschreibung und weitere Informationen

"Computers, Privacy and Data Protection 2017 (CPDP)"

Panel: "Implementing the data protection regulation"


Short Panel description: 

The implementation process will define the final shape of the General Data Protection Regulation. It will thus play a role in defi ning which interests the Regulation takes into account, and in how these interests are balanced against other interests. Eventually, the implementation process will have an impact on all stakeholders in the data protection universe - some will emerge from this process as winners and some, unfortunately, as losers. In this final session on the implementation of the Regulation, we bring together a range of key stakeholders and ask them to discuss their impressions, hopes and fears for the future of the Regulation.

  • How do the different stakeholders understand the key issues involved in implementation?
  • How do these stakeholders imagine implementation will look?
  • What are their hopes and fears for the process?
  • Where do their views converge, and where do they diverge?


Keynote:

Véra Jourova (European Commissioner for Justice, EU)


Panelists:

  1. Marit Hansen (ULD & Forum Privacy, DE)
  2. William Malcolm (Google (UK) 
  3. Katarzyna Szymielewicz (Panoptykon, PL)
  4. Gerrit Jan Zwenne (Leiden University, NL)

Moderator:

Tamar Sharon (Maastricht University, NL)


CPDP-Website:
CPDP

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