The Brussels Privacy Hub (BPH) is organising a Doctoral Seminar series to give the opportunity to Ph.D. candidates working on privacy and data .. Read more protection topics at the Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) to present and discuss their work in progress. The aim of the series is to offer Ph.D. students at all research stages a training ground to refine and practice debating their scientific work, and to receive qualified feedback and questions from their peers and privacy and data protection experts. Seminars are generally planned for Mondays from 12.30 - 13.30 as a working lunch, where participants can bring along their own lunch. Precise announcements of dates and topics will be made in advance via email. , “The privacy challenges evoked by human enhancement technologies concerning the human mind: Comprehensive anticipatory analysis as a legal obligation for the protection of the right to privacy in Europe”. 3 June 2019: Timothy Kariotis (Hub Visiting Scholar), “Information Continuity in the Digital Age: Co-Developing the Socio-Technical Design Requirements for Integrated Electronic Health Records to Uphold Contextual Privacy”. 'A "feminist" critique of Data Protection Impact Assessment under the General Data Protection Regulation to address the fundamental rights challenges raised by smart cities'.
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