The Brussels Privacy Symposium: Abstracts

> The Brussels Privacy Symposium: Abstracts



Selected authors from multiple disciplines including law, computer science, statistics, engineering, social science, ethics and business will present papers at this full-day program in Brussels on November 8, 2016. See the abstracts below.

Practical Approaches to Big Data Privacy Over Time
Authors: Dr. Micah Altman, David R. O’Brien, Urs Gasser, and Alexandra Wood
The Anonymisation Decision Making Framework
Authors: Mark Elliot, Dr. Elaine Mackey, and Dr. Kieron O’Hara
The Two Dimensions of Data Privacy Measures
Author: Orit Levin
The Seven States of Data
Authors: Luk Arbuckle, Khaled El Emam, Eloïse Gratton, and Jules Polonetsky
Testing the Robustness of Anonymization Techniques: Acceptable Versus Unacceptable Inferences
Authors:  Gergely Acs, Claude Castelluccia, and Daniel Le Métayer
Notes on the Anonymization of Clinical Study Reports for the Purpose of Ensuring Regulatory Transparency
Authors: Monica Dias, Frank Petavy, and Alessandro Spina
Why a Systems-Science Perspective is Needed to Better Inform Data Privacy Deidentification Public Policy, Regulation and Law
Author: Daniel C. Barth-Jones, Ph.D
Tailoring Responsible Data Management Solutions to Specific Data-intensive Technologies
Authors: Gemma G. Clavell and Leticia Duboc
Competition and Data Protection Policies in the Era of Big Data: Privacy Guarantees as Policy Tool
Author: Dr. Nicola Jentzsch
The New General Data Protection Regulation – Is there Sufficient Pay-off for Taking the Trouble to Anonymize or Pseudonymize Data?
Author: Dr. Waltraut Kotschy
Anonymous data v. Personal data — A False Debate: An EU Perspective on Anonymisation, Pseudonymisation and Personal Data
Authors: Dr. Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon and Alison Knight
Viewing the GDPR Through a De-Identification Lens: A Tool for Clarification, Compliance, and Consistency
Author: Mike Hintze