The lunch time event will provide expert speakers and the public with an opportunity to critically consider the regulatory framework for the lawful processing of data by security and intelligence agencies. Special attention will be given to the following questions:
How can the need for prompt processing and sharing of information be reconciled with fundamental rights safeguards? Is access to personal data by security and intelligence agencies making us safer or just less private? How can we be sure that these data will not be used for other purposes, and how safe is their storage? What are the legal and ethical limits of the collection and sharing of data? Who controls the access to data retained by intelligence and security agencies?
You can download the Agenda for this event HERE
A light lunch will be served from 12:15.