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Category: Conferences

How EdiscoveryMap Kept You Informed in 2011

A short recap of EDiscoveryMap’s Monique Altheim‘s activities in 2011 to help keep her readers informed in the areas of Privacy, Ediscovery and Social Media: She attended nine conferences worldwide (Brussels, Lisbon, Mexico City, Washington D.C., Arlington, New York) related to Privacy, Ediscovery, Social Media and the Internet, to keep informed on the latest developments […]

Attention EU Readers of EDiscoveryMap: We are bringing EDiscovery to Brussels on January 26

EDiscoveryMap is pleased to announce that Monique Altheim will moderate E-Discovery Sessions at the Computers, Privacy & Data Protection Conference (CPDP) in Brussels on January 26, 2012. The panels will feature an international roster of thought leaders and practitioners in the field of Cross-Border E-Discovery and EU Data Protection: Willem DEBEUCKELAERE, Privacy Commission (BE), Master Steven WHITAKER, […]

The Thief, The Programmer,The Hacker and The Data Protection Authority: How ILITA Cracked The Case

  At the 33rd International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, (CDPP), held in Mexico City on November 2 and 3, Yoram Hacohen, Head of Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority (ILITA) and Ariel Shoham, Deputy Head of the Enforcement Department of ILITA, held a private briefing, where they explained how they cracked the biggest […]

Privacy and Data Protection Week in Mexico City

  This past week was “Privacy Week” in Mexico City, where three seperate conferences were held back-to-back. The Public Voice  conference, chaired by Lillie Coney of EPIC, had as its theme: “Privacy is Freedom” One of the highlights was a discussion between David Benasar, Senior Legal Counsel Aticle 19 and Marc Rotenberg, President of EPIC, titled: Frame […]

Carlota Perez’s Message of Hope at the Web 2.0 Expo New York

  Web 2.0 Expo, the trade show for the builders of the next-generation web, just ended in New York. As usual since its debut in 2004, the conference offered a rich array of presentations related to the web ecosystem, showcasing innovations and practical advice  in design, marketing, ecommerce, cloud computing and social media. Out of […]

“Embedded Devices: How Electronic Conveniences Affect Privacy and Discovery” at the Masters Series for Legal Professionals in NYC

  This panel was presented at the Masters Series for Legal Professionals, recently held in NYC on July 19, 2011. The panel was moderated by Steve Akers, CTO and Founder of Digital Reef, Inc. Panelists included Daniel Garrie, ESQ, Special Master and Mediator in eDiscovery and Daniel K. Gelb, Gelb & Gelb LLP. The panel […]

Global Data Protection, ECPA and Privacy Policies at the Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference 2011

On June 15, Peter Hustinx, the European Data Protection Supervisor, held a press conference, where he emphasized the importance of the reform of the legal framework for data protection in the EU. One of the many reforms mentioned, was the reinforcing of  international instruments in data protection. At the International Data Conference in Budapest on June […]

Computers, Freedom and Privacy

The 21st conference of Computers, Freedom & Privacy will take place at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. on 14-16 June 2011. This year’s theme is “The Future is Now”, and will engage not only the experts and the policymakers, but the public as well in discussions about the information society, and the […]

Computer, Privacy & Data Protection: European Data Protection: In Good Health? Part 2

According to its mission statement, the annual conference “Computers, Privacy and Data Protection“ in Brussels aims to create a bridge between policy makers, academics, practitioners and activists, and aims to become Europe’s most important forum for the discussion of data protection and privacy issues. This goal was certainly reached during the panel on Bahavioural Targeting and […]

Computers, Privacy and Data Protection International Conference: European Data Protection, In Good Health? Part 1

According to its mission statement, the annual conference “Computers, Privacy and Data Protection” in Brussels aims to create a bridge between policy makers, academics, practitioners and activists, and aims to become Europe’s most important forum for the discussion of data protection and privacy issues. The conference was held on the occasion of the annual Data Protection […]