eLaw at CPDP2019
The twelfth annual conference on Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP2019) took place in Brussels from Jan. 30 until Feb. 1, 2019. Leiden Law School’s Center for Law and Digital Technologies (eLaw) was represented in two different panels at the conference this year.
As partner within the Horizon2020-project e-Sides and lead in the NWO-MVI project SCALES, eLaw organized a panel with the title: ‘Data and reliability: More is more, or more is less?’ Friday Feb. 1, 10:30 (Petit Halle). Francien Dechesne (eLaw, SCALES) acted as moderator and Karolina La Fors (eLaw, e-SIDES) as speaker, next to Geert-Jan de Koning (IBM, NL), Bryan Ford (EPFL, CH) and Antti Jogi Poikola (MyData Platform, FI).
Furthermore, Eduard Fosch Villaronga (eLaw, Marie Curie Post-doc) chaired the Senior Academic Session I (Wed Jan 31, 17:15, Area 42 Petit).
The students of eLaw’s Advanced Master Law and Digital Technologies attended the conference as well.