Digital legal Lab at CPDP2022
in 10 tweets
The 15th edition of the Computers, Privacy & Data Protection (CPDP) 2022 conference took place in Brussels this month. Digital Legal Lab researchers actively contributed to the conference as speakers, moderators and organizers, and we were happy to co-organize and co-sponsor panels by Digital Legal Lab members from Tilburg University and the University of Amsterdam. Catch up on our collaboration’s involvement in 10 tweets!
Next in line, @eleni_kosta! Her speech is on the #dataprotection concerns in the #antimoneylaundering (AML)/countering the financing of terrorism (CFT) framework, especially questioning the legal basis for data collection and sharing @CPDPconferences #CPDP2022 pic.twitter.com/XcJf8LHBOH— TilburgU_TILT (@TilburgU_TILT) May 23, 2022
Imposing the burden of proof on data subjects can prevent the fruitful exercise of the data subj rights… & it makes it harder for gig workers to protect their rights! @wlladragon & @jilltoh presenting their insightful research on the Dutch Uber/Ola cases #CPDP2022 pic.twitter.com/yp32z5R6d9— Dr. Silvia De Conca 🤖 (@SilviaPetulante) May 25, 2022
Bart van der Sloot is moderating the Academic Session 3 at Area 42 Petit, in which scholars are talking on various topics such as #datadonation, #preemptivesecurity, citizens' resilience to online privacy violations, and #dataprotection in China @CPDPconferences #CPDP2022 pic.twitter.com/W4VdBMRCP3— TilburgU_TILT (@TilburgU_TILT) May 25, 2022
"Why privacy matters?" A great question to finish #cpdp2022 with & what a panel to answer it. I'm lucky I had a chance to ask @neilmrichards @fborgesius @nhelberger & @mireillemoret if we can manage to safeguard our autonomy without banning behavioral ads. Now back to my thesis!— Lexo Zardiashvili (@uberlexz) May 25, 2022