24 Jan 09:00
- 17:15
Law, Social Sciences and Data Science

Symposium Consumer and Data Privacy: The Digital Revolution of Legal, Social and Economic Interaction

Programme

09:00-09:30       Registration with coffee in "Lenculenhal"
09:30-09:45  

Welcome words by Marta Santos Silva (Maastricht University)

09:45-10.15                                                   

Keynote I:
“Privacy in the digital age: Citizens or consumers” by Sally Wyatt (UM)
Chair: Marta Santos Silva

10.15-11.30                        

Session I: The Challenges. What problems do emerging technologies bring for consumers and data privacy?
Speakers:
•Natali Helberger and Joanna Strycharz (University of Amsterdam),
•Cosimo Monda (Maastricht University),
•Alexandros Goniadis (European Commission)
Chair: Lisette Bongers

11.30-12:00      Discussion and Q&A
12.00-13.00   Lunch and Law&Tech showroom
13.00-13.30   

Keynote II:
“Consumer protection through data ownership?” by Sjef van Erp (UM)
Chair: Gijs van Dijck

13:30-14.45   

Session II: The Opportunities. Can Technology and data science address the challenges?
Speakers:
•Christof Koolen (FWO & KU Leuven),
•Mark Graus (Maastricht University),
•Günes Acar (KU Leuven)
Chair: Gijs van Dijck

14.45-15.15          Discussion and Q&A
15:15-15.30      Coffee break in "Lenculenhal"
15.30-16.45  

Roundtable discussion: How can we marry the technological solutions and the challenges together?
Speakers:
•Michel Dumontier (Maastricht University),
•Rossana Ducato (Université Catholique de Louvain),
•Catalina Goanta (Maastricht University),
•David Townend (Maastricht University),
•Michael Veale (University College London)
Chair: Kody Moodley

16.45-17.15

Keynote III:
“Citizen empowerment through AI” by Hans-Wolfgang Micklitz (EUI)
Chair: Kody Moodley

17.15-17.30        Closing words
19.00-21.00

Dinner for speakers at restaurant Petit Bonheur

This event is financed by

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