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IRISS at CPDP

The IRISS project hosted two specialist panels at the Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) 6th International Conference held in Brussels from the 23-25th January 2013.

The first panel, hosted by Antonella Galetta (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Gary T. Marx (MIT), was focused on Surveillance and Criminal Law and included the following panel speakers:

Rachel Robinson, Liberty (UK), Ulrich Seldeslachts, LSEC (BE), John Vervaele, University of Utrecht (NL) and Didier Wallaert, DLA Piper (BE)

The second panel, hosted by IRISS co-ordinator Reinhard Kreissl (IRKS) and Chiara Fonio (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore), focused on Surveillance, Democracy and the State. Panel speakers included:

Roger Clarke, Xamax Consultancy Ltd (AUS), Ben Hayes, Statewatch (UK) and Rowena Rodrigues, Trilateral Research and Consulting (UK)

For more information about CPDP, please visit http://www.cpdpconferences.org/

EC-funded project calls for greater transparency and accountability re use of surveillance systems

EC-funded project calls for greater transparency and accountability re use of surveillance systems 

IRISS press release – 17 Jan 2013

Hack, Günter “Forscher nehmen Überwachung unter die Lupe”; science ORF.at, 15. Feb. 2012

http://science.orf.at/stories/1694654/

Boberski, Heiner “Big Brothers Feigenblatt”; Wiener Zeitung, 15. Feb. 2012

http://www.wienerzeitung.at/themen_channel/wissen/technologie/436200_Big-Brothers-Feigenblatt.html?em_redirect_url=%2Fthemen_channel%2Fwzwissen%2Ftechnologie%2F436200_Big-Brothers-Feigenblatt.html

“Unwatched.org -Das Datenschutzportal” comment on IRISS Kick-off Conference, 14. Feb. 2012

http://http://www.unwatched.org/20120215_Sicherheit_und_Privatsphaere

Kirchmayr, Karin, “Netizens, Netzzombies und Nacktscanner”, Der Standard, 15. Feb 2012.

http://derstandard.at/1328507759511/Netizens-Netzzombies-und-Nacktscanner

“Mehr Skepsis gegenüber Sicherheitstechnologien gefragt”, Der Standard, 15. Feb 2012.

http://derstandard.at/1328507804634/Ende-der-Privatsphaere-Mehr-Skepsis-gegenueber-Sicherheitstechnologien-gefragt