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RDC 15 Session idea: The End of Safe Harbour: The beginning of privacy as a business model ?

RDC 15 Session idea: The End of Safe Harbour: The beginning of privacy as a business model ?

From:
Benjamin Heitmann
Date:
2015-10-16 @ 08:14
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Re: [redecentralize] RDC 15 Session idea: The End of Safe Harbour: The beginning of privacy as a business model ?

From:
Eva Pascoe
Date:
2015-10-16 @ 09:55
Hi, looking forward to meeting all tomorrow!

Cybersalon.org team would like to discuss engaging Westminster on the legal
framework that is supporting decentralisation.

In conjunction with WebWeWant foundation (Tim Berners-Lee led) we are
consulting on Digital Bill of Rights and one of the core proposition is
increasing the legal support of decentralised Internet economy.

Tom Watson is a signatory of Digital Bill of Rights proposal and a campaign
for cross-party support to bring the Bill to the Parliament in the Spring
is happening now.

We are looking for alternative architectures, business models and best
practice to underpin the report on decentralised Futures.

Aiming for a session around 11am, looking for people to join the team, send
examples or just help us to promote.
See the current draft of the Bill here:
http://www.cybersalon.org/digital-bill-of-rights-uk/
Best
Eva Pascoe
Cybersalon.org


On Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 9:14 AM, Benjamin Heitmann <
benjaminheitmann@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello there,
>
> I would like to join in discussing ideas for sessions at the conference.
>
> Initially I was planning to see if there is an interest in a session on
> “decentralised personalisation”.
> You might have seen my proposal in the list of examples.
>
> However, in the light of last weeks developments around the Safe Harbour
> ruling of the CJEU,
> I would like to propose a different kind of session, with the following
> title / idea:
>
>
> *The End of Safe Harbour: The beginning of privacy as a b usiness model ? *
>
>
> There are quiet a few commentaries / blog posts / news articles,
> which think that the CJEU ruling will have an unknown but potential
> significant impact
> on the prevailing business models based on data collection to the
> detriment of privacy.
>
> However, until now there was almost zero monetary incentive
> for research and innovation on alternatives to those prevailing business
> models.
>
> Could this be the shift which finally jumpstarts a cornucopia of new
> business models ?
> (Hint: I don’t really know ;)
>
> For background on why the CJEU ruling might not be as easily ignored as
> the big US companies are hoping,
> this Ars Technica UK article has a good explanation:
>
>
> 
http://arstechnica.co.uk/tech-policy/2015/10/fallout-from-eu-us-safe-harbour-ruling-will-be-dramatic-and-far-reaching/
>
>
> ==============
>
> Does that sound like something people would want to talk about ?
>
>
>
>
>
> --
> Benjamin Heitmann (MSc, PhD), Post-Doctoral Researcher
> INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics
> National University of Ireland, Galway
>
> publications and slides:
> https://www.resear chgate.net/profile/Benjamin_Heitmann
> <https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Benjamin_Heitmann>
> http://www.slideshare.net/metaman/
>
>


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