GoodBrother International Conference on Privacy-friendly and Trustworthy Technology for Society
Digital Legal Lab researcher Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux (Maastricht University) co-organized the GoodBrother International Conference on Privacy-friendly and Trustworthy Technology for Society on June 28 in Zagreb, Croatia. Professor Esther Keymolen (Tilburg University), who is also a member of the Digital Legal Lab, gave the opening keynote speech on trust.
Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux, who is an Assistant Professor for Privacy, Security, and Computational Law at the Maastricht Law and Tech Lab, organized the conference together with Christoph Lutz, Eduard Fosch-Villaronga, Anton Fedesov, and Anto Čartolovni.
The conference aimed to advance the knowledge on critical ethical concepts such as privacy, trust, and transparency of (AAL) technologies, contributing particularly by extending emerging concepts and themes such as privacy-by-design, overtrust, transparency-by-design, and personalized transparency. The organizers invited 16 presenters to discuss their interdisciplinary approaches spanning the social sciences, legal scholarship, ethics, and research in computing and engineering.
Opening keynote by Esther Keymolen
Digital Legal Lab researcher Esther Keymolen, Professor of Digital Technology Regulation at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), gave the opening keynote speech on trust and trustworthiness.
Abstracts & recordings
The extended abstracts presented can be found on the conference website, and the recordings of the keynotes as well as several sessions (Technology Meets (Privacy) Law, Ethics, and Society; Privacy and Trust Perceptions; and Social Issues and Contextualized Questions) can be found on the YouTube channel of the Catholic University of Croatia.