Automated privacy signals

Thursday 09 December 11:30am

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Automated privacy signals: How can technology and regulation work together to put people in control of their data?

Join Open Rights Group on 9 December 12.30-14.00 CET / 11.30-13.00 GMT for a discussion about technology solutions that aim to give people user-friendly and effective ways to express their privacy preferences, including Advanced Data Protection Control (ADPC) and Global Privacy Control (GPC).


Max Schrems (noyb)

Sophie in ‘t Veld MEP

Peter Eberl (European Commission)

Anna Buchta (European Data Protection Supervisor)

Robin Berjon (The New York Times)

Moderated by Catherine Armitage (AWO) and hosted by Open Rights Group (ORG).

Our panel will explore how these solutions could work in practice, what role regulation could play in making them more effective and the impact they could have on helping people better manage their digital privacy.

As the advertising industry shifts to a ‘cookie-less future’ in line with Google’s plans to eliminate third-party cookies from Chrome, the online tracking landscape is set to change significantly. As new ways to identify users are explored and developed, it will be more important than ever to ensure that technology and regulation work together to enable people to control their digital privacy.