#PrivacyCamp20: Draft programme

The beta version of the #PrivacyCamp20 programme is here. Please note this schedule is subject to changes. The final programme (online and in print version) will be available in January 2020 and offer full descriptions of the panels listed below. See you on the 21 January 2020!

 

Track 1

Track 2

09:00-9:30
Coffee & Hi!
Coffee and Hi!

9:30-10:30

Welcome and storytelling session:
Stories of Activism

10:30-12:00 Defending digital civic space: how to counter digital threats against civil society Investigative journalism in South East Europe

12:00-13:00

Lunch break
Lunch break
13:00-14:30 HowTo Parltrack Workshop

The impact of surveillance on today’s kids – tomorrow’s human rights activists

13:30-15:45

EDPS civil society summit

14:30-14:45

Coffee break
Coffee break
14:45-16:00 Access requests as a
tool for activism
“Actually, In Google We Trust”? A ‘Deconstructing’ Conversation on Russian Internet

16:00-16:30

Coffee break
Coffee break
16:30-17:45

Activism and digital infrastructures

Internet for All – Silenced and Harassed No More!
17:45-17:50 Closing

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#PrivacyCamp20: Registration open

The deadline to register has been prolonged until Friday 17 January 2020.

We are happy to announce that registration for #PrivacyCamp20 is now open! The deadline to register is 13 January 2020, with the event welcoming its guests on 21 January 2020.

Register for Privacy Camp 2020 today!

New venue

This year, #PrivacyCamp20 welcomes its guests in a new home. The venue we are moving in is LaVallee – a beautiful cooperative space in the heart of Brussels. The location is easy to reach via public transport and is wheelchair – accessible. Please check the Practical Info page for further details.

Draft programme

Unsure whether it’s worth registering? Check the draft programme and get a better understanding of what this year’s Privacy Camp will be about.

EDPS Civil Society Summit Registrations

The EDPS Civil Society Summit is the annual meeting  between EDRi members , the European Data Protection Supervisor and other important actors in civil society. In the first phase, registrations of the summit are invite-only, with civil society organisations being given priority. Registrations for the public will open should enough spaces be available.