This workshop is commissioned by the French National Research Agency (ANR) and organized by Â« Maison des Sciences de lâ€™Homme Â».
The aim of this workshop is to examine the principle of "privacy-by-Design" (PbD), which emphasizes the need to take into account the respect for individualsâ€™ privacy and the protection of their data from the very inception of ICTs and security and surveillance technologies as well as social networks.
Indeed, the European Commission has just released two legislative proposals as a result of its comprehensive reform of the Directive 95/46 defining the European rules for the protection of personal data. These new tests emphasize the obligation of the â€śData protection by designâ€ť approach which foresees the adoption of the "Privacy by Design" (PbD) concept for any product development or service that can process personal data.
All the themes will be discussed during a multidisciplinary workshop dedicated to the Privacy by Design approach, with the participation of representatives from the SSH and engineering communities.
The workshop will take place on:
23rd of March 2012, 9h00 - 19h30
Venue: Ponant de Paris (amphithĂ©Ă˘tre Sagem) 27 rue Leblanc, Paris 15
This workshop, organized by Â« Maison des Sciences de lâ€™Homme Â», is commissioned by the French National Research Agency (ANR)
For any further information please contact Mrs Ayse Ceyhan (Director Security-Technology-Society Research Programme MSH) by email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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