Surveillance and Fundamental Human Rights in an Online World Three Years After the Snowden-Revelations

Surveillance and Fundamental Human Rights in an Online World Three Years After the Snowden-Revelations

Podiumsdiskussion

Panel Discussion at the MAPPING General assembly. The MAPPING project consortium is looking forward to the next meeting of invited stakeholders, interested in debating the existing innovation policies, business models and legal framework related to three major, interrelated focus areas: Internet governance, Privacy, Intellectual property rights.

After the success of the First General Assembly in Hanover in September 2015, the Prague 2016 General Assembly continues the dialogue with key experts and policy and decision makers, who are involved in research and innovation in the above mentioned areas within Europe’s political, social and economic context.

Panel:
Surveillance and Fundamental Human Rights in an Online World Three Years After the Snowden-Revelations - Advance, Regress, or Mere Stagnation?

Moderator:
Christian Hawellek, Research Assistant, Leibniz Universität Hannover (DE)
Speaker:
Klaus Landefeld, Member of the Supervisory Board, DE-CIX International AG (DE)
Katitza Rodriguez, International Rights Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation (PER/Int.)
Thorsten Wetzling, Head of Privacy Project, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung (DE)

Mit: 

Thorsten Wetzling, Head of Privacy Project

Datum: 
26.10.2016 11:45 Uhr
Ansprechpartner: 
Dr. Thorsten Wetzling