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15 July 2021

Summary:

This workshop, organized within the scope of the H2020 project RAYUELA (empoweRing and educAting YoUng pEople for the internet by pLAying), brings together professionals from different areas of knowledge to discuss the similarities and differences on how they model human behaviour and to explore cross-domain learning and possible synergies. A short introductory statement about the RAYUELA project will be followed by short presentations from the experts and a discussion and Q&A session.

Agenda: Human behaviour modelling

(Time in CEST)

14-14:10 - Welcome, brief overview of the RAYUELA project, and speakers’ introduction

Gregorio López

Coordinator of the RAYUELA project. Assistant Professor. Universidad Pontificia Comillas

14:10 - 14:25 – Criminology and Human behavioural modelling

Nereida Bueno

Associate Professor. Universidad Pontificia Comillas

14:25 - 14:40 - Cyberpsychology and Human behavioural modelling

Mary Aiken

Full Professor. University of East London

14:40 – 14:55 – Human behaviour modelling using games I: The IBSEN project

Anxo Sánchez

Full Professor. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

14:55 - 15:10 - Human behaviour modelling using games II: The MIT Moral Machine project

Edmond Awad

Assistant Professor. University of Exeter

15:10 - 15:25 - Human behaviour modelling and privacy: The PIMCITY project

Roberto González

Senior Researcher. NEC labs

15:25 - 15:55 - Discussion and Q&A

Moderator: Gregorio López López

Panelists: Roberto González, Edmond Awad, Anxo Sánchez, Mary Aiken, Nereida Bueno

15:55 - 16: Final remarks, wrap-up and closing of the workshop

12-16 July 2021

The annual Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS) brings together privacy experts from around the world to present and discuss recent advances and new perspectives on research in privacy technologies. PETS/PoPETs is the premier venue for novel applied and/or theoretical research into the design, analysis, experimentation, or fielding of privacy-enhancing technologies.

Submitted papers undergo a journal-style reviewing process and accepted papers are published in the journal Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PoPETs). PoPETs, a scholarly, open access journal for timely research papers on privacy, has been established as a way to improve reviewing and publication quality while retaining the highly successful PETS community event. PoPETs is published by Sciendo, part of De Gruyter, which has over 260 years of publishing history. PoPETs does not have article processing charges (APCs) or article submission charges

21 July 2021

Goal:
Highlight key elements of PIMS and how they can help data buyers andadvertisers in its daily operations. Explain what the PIMCity project consists of,explain the overall operation of the PIMS platform(EasyPIMS) and the differentdevelopment kits (SDKs) that will be made available to the industry for its use.

Target audience:
Companies and entrepreneurs interested in developing or implementingbusiness models base don personal data with the PIM philosophy. Advertisingindustry and its technical experts.

Description:
The session focuses on a technical explanation of the PIMCity Project and itsdifferent PDKs. A short introductory statement by the host (IAB SPAIN) will befollowed by presentations from participants of EU-funded PIMCity project(Università Politecnico di Torino, Telefónica, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid).Participants are the main developers of the technical components mentionedabove (PDKs), so the explanation will be full of details, being a directopportunity for interaction and questions resolution.

23 February 2021

Goal: Highlight key elements of PIMS and how they are intended to be promoted through the EU Data Strategy. Explain PIMCity project and provide entities a first glance of how user centric personal data management models could help their daily operations.

Target audience: Companies and entrepreneurs interested in developing or implementing business models based on personal data with the PIM philosophy. Advertising ecosystem.

Description: The session focuses on the new and future data protection regulations and how new models of personal data management are going to be promoted in the EU. A short introductory statement by the host (IAB SPAIN) will be followed by presentations from European institutions (DG Connect), participants of EU-funded PIMCity project (AUI, POLITO…) and by private entities (GRAND DATA, WIBSON, TELEFÓNICA…). The presentations will discuss the EU Data Strategy, user centric data management models and will highlight the benefits of implementable PIMS and consent tools.

Participants:
Introductory statement (IAB SPAIN)- 10 min
Data governance strategy (speaker from DG Connect)- 10 min
PIM concept. (Speaker from EDPS)- 10 min
PIMCity project (Speaker from NEC)-10 min
Roundtable companies (Speaker from WIBSON, TELEFONICA, OTHER COMPANIES) – 10 min each

17-18 June 2021

The value of personal data in the online world has significantly increased over the last years as electronic products, services and processes have permeated every fold of everyday life. Limitations in the transparency, the functionality and interconnectivity of online and communication services increases the risk of having personal data processed out of control of any accountable person or organization or simply becoming exposed to all sorts of privacy threats.

The EU legal framework on personal data protection is key in an effort to better control the processing of personal data while ensuring an adequate level of protection. Even the best legislative efforts cannot keep up to speed with the pace of innovative technology and business models that challenge the way personal data is processed and privacy is protected across the EU and beyond; therefore, examining what is at stake and where threats thereto originate from becomes of paramount importance.

Against this background, ENISA, DG CONNECT and the University of Oslo are organizing the Annual Privacy Forum (APF) 2021.

28-30 June 2021

The European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) is an open multi-stakeholder platform to exchange views about the Internet and how it is governed. First organised in 2008 by several organisations, government representatives and experts, it fosters dialogue and collaboration with the Internet community on public policy for the Internet – culminating in an annual conference that takes place in a different European city every year.
EuroDIG ‘Messages’ are prepared and presented to the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).

Online 9 November – 18 December 2020

A Web Series for the New Age in European Privacy

Join us for expert-led sessions exploring issues such as cookie data, international data transfers, Schrems II, privacy programmes and organisational accountability, e-privacy and privacy in a pandemic.

Now online, Europe’s #1 forum for privacy professionals brings the data protection policy debate, multi-level strategic thinking and thought-provoking discussion to you. Create your own customised programme of data protection learning from a rich menu of web events at the IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress Online.

With Europe’s privacy regulations evolving rapidly, you can get ahead of the changes by registering for Congress Online sessions today.

Online 10 -12 December 2020

THE CONFERENCE

Held at the end of the year that has been challenging, disruptive and transformative in so many ways, MyData Online 2020 will look beyond the immediate inclinations of the pandemic and its health, economic, social and digital implications to put technology and data into rescue.

Held 10 – 12 of December the MyData Online 2020 will help unleash the enormous potential of innovations based on personal data. It will highlight the existing cases and provide opportunities to build cross-sectoral international collaborations and boost future developments in the area of human-centric data sharing.

WHAT IS MYDATA?

MyData is a global community of people working towards human-centric data economy:

Covers all sectors; Business, Legal, Tech and Society,
Gathers activists of a human-centric data economy,
Brings together thought leaders of a human-centric data economy,
Provides platform for innovators in tech of a human-centric data economy.

PIMCITY PARTICIPATION

Friday 11th December. 08.45 - 10.15 (UTC+0)
Session: From Strategy to Practice – Data Intermediaries in the EU

Goal:

  • To highlight key elements of MyData Operators and aspects of the EU Data Strategy for making intermediary models realistic.
  • To investigate the alignment of the EU Data Strategy with theoretical models and spur a discourse about the necessary steps for creating legal, technological and market conditions to support the emergence of data intermediaries in practice.

Session host: Zohar Efroni and Nikolaos Laoutaris

Presenters:

  • Dr. Arianna, Rossi, SnT, University of Luxembourg
  • Prof. Max, von Grafenstein, University of the Arts (UdK), Berlin
  • Marco, Melia, Researcher at Politecnico di Torino (PIMCity Main research)
  • Yvo, Volman, Data Policy and Innovation Director at DG CONNECT EU (TBC)

Online 9 December 2020

The symposium will provide a novel venue for researchers across fields (e.g., economics, computer science, law, engineering) to present their work on aspects such as ’Privacy and Discrimination on the Web’ as well as ’Challenges and Regulation in the Internet’.

Session I – Privacy and Discrimination on the Web:

Nikos Laoutaris (IMDEA Networks Institute):
"From Privacy & Transparency to (Human Centric) Data Economics"

Lilian Edwards (Newcastle University):
"Developing privacy and discrimination safeguards in emergency COVID-19 tech: from contact tracing apps to vaccination passports"

Krishna Gummadi (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems):
"Privacy and Fairness of Online Targeted Advertising"

Session II – Challenges and Regulation in the Internet:

William Lehr (Massachusetts Institute of Technology):
"Internet, Broadband, and Spectrum Policy – Separating the Challenges"

David D. Clark (Massachusetts Institute of Technology):
"Forces that shape the future of the Internet: The Inevitable role of government"

Scott Marcus (Bruegel):
"Promoting the European Data Economy"

Christopher Yoo (University of Pennsylvania):
"Understanding the Lessons from the Pandemic: Separating the Wheat from the Chaff”

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