Draft Programme

Draft Programme Privacy Camp

The upcoming Privacy Camp will dive into the systems that shape the field of privacy and digital rights. We are looking forward to discussions and propositions about what systemic and transformative change can look like.

After the launch of our Call for Panels, we received over 30 submissions for panels at #PrivacyCamp24. After a thorough review process by the Content Committee, we are proud to present the first details of the sessions you can expect on 24 January 2024:

We aim to publish the final programme with details on sessions’ description and speakers in December.

09:00 – 09:30 COFFEE AND WELCOME
09:40 – 11:00Wartime surveillance: an exception overplaying the rule
(Tetiana Avdieieva – Digital Security Lab Ukraine)
Health Data: From EU’s EHDS to England’s NHS National Data opt-out
(Elisabetta Biasin, Nicola Hamilton – KU Leuven, Understanding Patient Data)
Extractivism and Resistances at Europe’s frontlines
(Maximilian Jung, Madhuri Karak – Bits & Bäume, EDRi)
11:00 – 11:10COFFEE BREAK
11:10 – 12:30Co-designing a Critical Shadow Data Center Policy for Europe: Tackling the Environmental Impact of the Computing Industry
(Fieke Jansen – Critical Infrastructure Lab)
The growing infrastructure and business model behind (im)migration and surveillance technologies
(Harmit Kambo, Chris Jones – Privacy International, Statewatch)
Digital systems of exclusion: accessibility and equity in public services
(Chloé Berthelemy – EDRi)
12:30 – 14:00 LUNCH BREAK
14:00 – 15:20Alternative ‘intimate’ realities: Inclusive ways of framing intimate image based abuse (IIBA)
(Luca Stevenson – European Sex Workers Rights Alliance (ESWA))
The missing piece: using collective action for digital rights protection
(Alexandra Giannopoulou – Digital Freedom Fund)
EDPS summit
15:20 – 15:30COFFEE BREAK
15:30 – 16:50 Privacy is Big business: How Big Tech instrumentalises PETs to expand its infrastructural power
(Programmable Infrastructures Project – TU Delft, Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management)
Using reverse engineering and GDPR to support workers in the gig economy
(Claudio Agosti – Hermes Center)
Organising towards digital justice in Europe?
(Sarah Chander, Laurence Meyer – EDRi, Digital Freedom Fund)
17:00 – 17:30CLOSING WORDS
17:30 – 22:00BAR & NETWORK

*Please note that the timings mentioned here are provisional and subject to change

Registrations for #PrivacyCamp24 will open in December 2023! Registration is free and necessary for attending both the in-person event in Brussels and for joining us online.

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