Winchester Conference on Trust, Risk, Information and the Law
Tuesday 21, April 2015
The University of Winchester is hosting it’s Second Winchester Conference on Trust, Risk, Information and the Law, focussed on the theme ‘The Privacy Arms Race’.
Debates surrounding data and privacy are already taking place and will continue to do so in the future. The conference will explore a number of issues around this, including:
- Will the law always lose?
- Why don’t we trust the state with our personal data?
- Do public and private still exist?
- Open data and privacy – where should the red line be drawn?
- Data accountability, personal data stores and social machines – ways to win?
The conference is open to academics, postgraduate students, policy-makers and practitioners, and in particular those working in law, computer science & technology, data science, information rights, privacy, compliance, statistics, probability, law enforcement & justice, behavioural science and health and social care.
Member of the Partnership’s Strategic Advisory Group and Director of the Institute for Security Science and Technology at Imperial College London, Professor Chris Hankin, will address the conference on ‘Future Identities’.
You can also follow the conference proceedings using the hashtags #TRILCon15 and #privacyarmsrace.
For further information and to register visit the event website.