Privacy or Post-Privacy? A hard choice in digital world
Privacy and data protection have never been discussed as much as they are now. Civil society, governments, and companies – they all talk about the same thing: how do we protect our privacy and keep our personal data safe and secure? Yet, if we take one step back and think […]
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Regimes Governing the Re-Use of Personal Data in the US and the EU: A Primer on Mass Surveillance and Trade
Abstract: Like others before them, the negotiators of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TAFTA | TTIP) must observe differences in the regimes of their respective trading blocs. The international trade regime, for instance, is an EU competence, but national security is not. As for the re-use of personal data, […]
Is there Security and Privacy on the Web?
Hosted in the smallest room at the GES, the session on “Ensuring Cybersecurity” was so well attended there was no space for extra seating. Panelists Illias Chantzos (Symantec), Daniel Domscheit-Berg (Internet activist, developer), John Lyons (CEO Cyberdefense Alliance) and Jamie Shea (Cybersecurity NATO) held a good and lively discussion in […]