Mobile, Networked, Collaborative PPDR: How to Make IT Good?

A workshop on ELSI in Public Protection and Disaster Relief at the 2016 Public Safety Communications (PSCE) Conference in Brussels, organised by Monika Buscher, Catherine Easton, Katrina Petersen and Lina Jasmontaite in a cooperation between the SecInCoRe and EPISECC projects . The programme includes talks on:

Novelties of the General Data Protection Regulation – Irina Vasiliu, DG JUST, European Commission Ms Irina Vasiliu works at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers (DG JUST)

Towards a new digital ethics, the EDPS and the Ethics Advisory Group Delphine Harou, European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS)

Legal certainty and public safety by design Mireille Hildebrandt, Professor Vrije Universiteit, Brussels, Belgium

Providing Information Privacy with Attack Modelling Blaž Ivanc, Jožef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

Multi-stakeholder collaboration for European Commission’s standardisation request on data protection by design in security technologies Matthias Pocs, ANEC, Germany

Short Work in Progress Presentations

ECOSSIAN Project, Jessica Schroers, legal researcher at KU Leuven, CiTiP

eVACUATE Project, Hanneke Vreugdenhil, HVK Consultants

Ethics in Biometrics Ioannis Daniilidis, KEMEA, Greece

Incorporating ethical, legal and social considerations in the iTRACK project: Considerations going forward Julia Muraszkiewicz, Trilateral Research Ltd, UK

Draft Whitepaper: ELSI Guidelines for IT in Risk Governance Monika Büscher, Katrina Petersen (Editors), Centre for Mobilities Research, SecInCoRe

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About mmbuscher

Monika Büscher is Professor of Sociology at Lancaster University, Director of the Centre for Mobilities Research. She leads research on social practices of mobility and risk governance in a range of projects. Monika initiated the www.isITethical.eu platform, which develops guidance for digital ethics and responsible innovation in collaboration with the Public Safety Communications Europe Network. She received an honorary doctorate from Roskilde University, Denmark for her work on participatory design. She edits the book series Changing Mobilities (Routledge) with Peter Adey.

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