Privacy Camp on 20 January 2015 in Brussels, Belgium

When? 20 January 2015, 9am-6pm
Location Université Saint-Louis, Rue du Marais 109, 1000 Brussels

Privacy Camp is a civil society warm-up event for CPDP, dedicated to privacy and data protection challenges and possibilities in Europe. The event aims to bring together digital rights advocates, members of NGOs and civil rights groups from all around Europe and beyond to discuss the problems currently facing human rights online and develop strategies to address the key challenges.

This year’s program will kick off with a roundtable discussion on Big Data and surveillance followed by debates and strategy workshops on data retention, EU PNR and TTIP negotiations in the wider context of transatlantic data flows. The event will end with a meeting between privacy advocates and surveillance studies scholars.

This event is aimed at members of NGOs and civil rights groups. Please note that non- NGO participation is by invitation only. For more information and registration please contact Imge Ozcan: Imge.Ozcan(at)vub.ac.be