About the event
Date: 22 March 2016 (9:30 – 17:00) Location: British Library Main Organisers: George Danezis and John Taysom – UCL Data may well be the fuel of a new digital economy, however individuals fear losing control over their personal information, and resent their profiles being treated like any other bulk industrial commodity. Thus, to fully realize any benefits from processing personal data, appropriate technical, legal, economic and governance arrangements must be put in place to gain the confidence and consent of the wider public. The Alan Turing Institute Summit on Privacy, organised by UCL, brings together an array of experts and thought leaders in the space of privacy, identity and data protection to discuss the current and future challenges around personal information and privacy. A wide range of speakers will reflect on the public policy, industry, civil society and technical perspectives around data privacy and data protection, and identify areas where the institute’s outstanding research capacity could provide answers to key societal privacy challenges. More information and registration please contact: Register here: http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/ati/privacy_summit_2016 The event is sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.