The roundtable event ‘Privacy: Gathering insights from lawyers and technologists’ is scheduled for Wednesday 1st July 2015. The Event will be held at the Phoenix Building, North Campus, Maynooth University and has been organised by faculty at the University in conjunction with the British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association.
The event will bring technologists, legal practitioners, technology companies and academics together in order to address the common issues faced by the different parties. The goal is to facilitate the communication of differing perspectives in an effort to formulate a unified approach to developing privacy issues.
Confirmed speakers for the event are:
Dara Murphy, TD – Minister for European Affairs and Data Protection.
Helen Dixon – Data Protection Commissioner of Ireland.
Confirmed speakers for the first session of the event, “Privacy in a digital world: notions and understandings of privacy in a digital infrastructure”, are:
- Professor Rob Kitchin, NIRSA, Maynooth University, PI of the Programmable City project and author of “The Data Revolution”
- Stefano Braghin, Research Software Engineer in the Smarter Urban Dynamics group in the Smarter Cities Technology Centre, IBM.
- Mike Scott, Chief Cryptographer and Director, Certivox
- Dr TJ McIntyre, Lecturer in Law, University College Dublin.
- Claire Morrissey, Intellectual Property and Technology Lawyer, A&L Goodbody
Confirmed speakers for the second session of the event, “The Right to be Forgotten, demystified…”, are:
- Ronan Kennedy, Lecturer in Law, National University of Ireland, Galway.
- Dr Michael Lang, Lecturer in Information Systems, National University of Ireland, Galway.
- William Malcolm, Senior Privacy Counsel, Google
- Rob Corbet, Technology and Innovation Lawyer, Arthur Cox
- Eoin O’Dell, Associate Professor, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin
For further information and tickets to the event, please visit the project webpage or contact the organisers Maria Murphy or Leighton Evans.