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Thursday, March 7 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Data Protection in an Era of Big Data FULL

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With the increasing use of Big Data come big questions regarding privacy issues.  In this session, the panel of specialists will ask, “Personality Survival: What are the anchors and armor to sanctify and legitimize personal data use amidst the Big Data Tsunami?”  Horizon 2020 calls for a development of a framework to safeguard human rights in the digital society so that users can control how their personal data is used by third parties. This session will look at how technology relates to the sociological and ethical dimensions of security on a global scale and what a policy framework should look like to protect individuals’ privacy.


John Callahan

U.S. Office of Naval Research Global - London

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Christina Peters

Chief Privacy Officer, IBM
Christina Peters is Chief Privacy Officer at IBM, whereshe is responsible for information policy and practicesaffecting over 400,000 employees and thousands of clients.She leads a global team of legal, data protection andtechnical professionals at IBM who address privacy and datasecurity... Read More →
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Prof. Alan Smeaton

Professor of Computing, Dublin City University
Since 1997, Alan Smeaton has been a Professor of Computing at Dublin City University where he has previously been Head of School and Dean of Faculty. His early research covered the application of natural language processing techniques to information retrieval and this broadened to... Read More →

Thursday March 7, 2013 1:30pm - 3:00pm CET
European Parliament J6Q1

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