Privacy Camp is jointly organised by the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology & Society (LSTS) at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), European Digital Rights (EDRi), , the Institute for European Studies at Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles (IEE at USL-B), and Privacy Salon. The call for panels for the 2021 edition, titled ‘Digital rights for change: Reclaiming infrastructures, repairing the future‘, is now open. All details here.
The study Artificial Intelligence and Law Enforcement: Impact on Fundamental Rights, commissioned by the European Parliament’s LIBE Committee, is now online.
My review of the book La vie privée à l’heure de la société du numérique by Yves Poullet for the European Data Protection Law (EDPL) Review has been published – details here.
Feedback provided to the European Commission’s consultation on the White Paper on Artificial Intelligence, focusing on AI and gender, is available here.
A selection of some of my favourite pop videos featuring robots.
Kraftwerk ‘The Robots’ (1978) Kraftwerk, the real original techno-pop robots.
The paper ‘Cross-border Access to E-Evidence: Framing the Evidence‘ (Gloria González Fuster and Sergi Vázquez Maymir) has now been published at the CEPS Paper in Liberty and Security series, and is available to download.
The book The Ethics of Cybersecurity, edited by Cybersecurity Regulation in the European Union: The Digital, the Critical and Fundamental Rights‘ (Gloria González Fuster and Lina Jasmontaite).‘