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Annual Privacy Forum 2015

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Date de l'événement : mercredi, 07 octobre 2015, 08:00 - vendredi, 9 octobre 2015, 17:00
Lieu : Parc Hotel Alvisse, 120, Route d’Echternach L-1453 Luxembourg.

Nowadays electronic communication networks and digital services are an essential part of an increasing number of everyday commodities. In the era of automated profiling and electronic surveillance, citizens face a serious threat against their right to privacy and informational self-determination, especially when using the internet and mobile services. The lack of transparency regarding the functionality and interconnection of such services increases the risk of uncontrollable processing of personal data. However, the distributed implementation of networks and services offers also the opportunity for new Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) that could support users’ needs while safeguarding their personal data. Although these technologies are widely discussed in the research community, their mere existence is often unknown to the general public. Hence PETs need the support of policy to find their way into IT products. The terms privacy/security by design and by default have found their way into legal and policy texts; however, there is still a lack of knowledge regarding their implementation into services. 

In light of the above, the European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT), the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) and, as local host, the University of Luxemburg organize a two-day event with the objective of providing a forum to academia, industry and policy makers. This year, the main focus of the Annual Privacy Forum will be on the privacy of electronic communications.

APF will take place on the 7th and 8th of October 2015 in Luxembourg, during the Luxembourgish Presidency of the Council of the EU.  
The event encourages dialogue with panel discussions and provides room for exchange of ideas in between scientific sessions. 

Lien: Annual Privacy Forum