2017 Computer Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) Conference, Brussels

Kristrún Gunnarsdóttir was invited to give a talk at this 10th international CPDP conference, “The Age of Intelligent Machines“.

Taking data-generation further afield


Her talk, titled: “The right to mine data: insights from social research”, was part of  a round-table session on research and the right to mine personal data organised by the FutureTDM project. The talk focused on four key issues:

A changing data protection policy landscape?
*   The GDPR’s implications for business in data

Communications and activity data: who’s data?
*   Locations, activities and interactions of interest

Case example: negotiating sensor-generated data
*   ‘Smart home‘ considerations and concerns

Having the much-needed conversation
*   Citizen / user / stakeholder consultations

CPDP2017 conference programme