Privacy & Innovation – In Pursuit of Right Incentives

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Privacy & Innovation
In Pursuit of Right Incentives

An international conference on the balance between innovation and rights-based approaches to privacy and data protection.

Themes to be discussed include:

– Privacy & Global Information Flows

– Privacy, Expression & Creativity

– Privacy & Accountability

– Freedom to Innovate – The Market Perspective

Language: English

Time: 8 June: 09:00-13:00

9 June: 09:00-18:00

Venue: Conference Room, 11/F, Cheng Yu Tung Tower, HKU

For registration and further information, please visit:

http://www.lawtech.hk/pni/

We are in the process of applying for the conferral of CPD points for this Conference. An administrative fee of HKD500 is required if you request CPD points for day 1 (June 8) and HKD750 if you request CPD points for day 2 or both days (June 8-9).
Please check the website for payment details.

Keynote Speakers

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Allan Chiang

Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data
Topic: “Privacy Ramifications of Big Data”

Charles Mok

Legislative Councillor (Information Technology)
Topic: “Balancing Privacy, Security and Innovation”


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Peter Fleischer

Global Privacy Counsel, Google
Topic: “Privacy in an Age of Data-Driven Innovation”

Kristina Irion

Marie Curie Fellow, Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam
Topic: “EU Data Protection and Consumer Cloud Computing”


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Timothy Pilgrim, PSM

Australian Privacy Commissioner
Topic: “Accountability and Privacy Governance Mechanisms – An Australian Perspective”

Laura Lemire

Privacy and Security Attorney, Microsoft
Topic: “Privacy Innovations Helping Organizations Embrace the Cloud with Greater Confidence”


Speakers


Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius

Research Fellow, Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam

Topic: “Improving Privacy Protection in the Area of Behavioural Targeting”

Fred H Cate

Distinguished Professor & C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law, Indiana University

Topic: “Limits of Notice and Choice”

K P Chow

Associate Professor, Director, Law and Technology Centre, The University of Hong Kong

Topic: “The Majority Report – Mining “Big Opinion” on the Web”

Clement Chen

Post-Doctorate Fellow in Privacy Law, The University of Hong Kong
Topic: “The Fusion of Online and Offline Identities in China? Privacy Challenges of The System(s) of Citizen Social Credit Rating”

Michael Geist

Canada Research Chair in Internet & e-Commerce Law, University of Ottawa

Topic: “Accounting for Accountability: A Canadian Perspective”

Vaishnavi Jayakumar

Regional Analyst, Public Policy & Government Relations, Google

Glacier Kwong

Student, Spokesperson of the Keyboard Frontline, The University of Hong Kong
Topic: “Who’s Got Your Back on the Internet”

Mark Parsons

Partner, Hogan Lovells (Head of the TMT practice in Asia)
Topic: “Accountability in Asia: A Compliance Tool or Something More?”

Chester Soong

Chairman, Internet Society Hong Kong
Topic: “What would privacy protection bring for tech start-ups: Barrier or catalyst for innovation?”

John Bacon-Shone

Professor, Associate Dean (Knowledge Exchange), Faculty of Social Sciences
The University of Hong Kong

Topic: “Reframing “the Right to be Forgotten” as “the Right to be Rehabilitated”

Robert Tibbo

Barrister-at-Law, Eastern Chambers

Topic: “Surveillance, Whistleblowing and Innovation”

Marcelo Thompson

Assistant Professor of Law, Deputy Director, Law and Technology Centre
The University of Hong Kong

Topic: “Who is a Data Controller? Effort, Accountability and Indeterminacy”

Rolf H Weber

Chair Professor of European Business Law
University of Zurich

Topic: “New Business Orientation of Data Protection Design”

David O’Brien

Policy Researcher, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University

Topic: “Privacy as an Enabler of Creativity and Innovation”

Host:

Law and Technology Centre, The University of Hong Kong

Co-Organizers:

Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam

Internet Society Hong Kong

Support:

Microsoft

Google

Accreditation:

Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries

Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact Zita Kwok by email at zitakwok@hku.hk or by phone at
39174727.