PRESENTATIONS

Madrid, 4, 5 and 6 November 2009



WEDNESDAY, 4th November

Venue: Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

Audiovisual of wednesday, 4th November


9'45h.- 10´45h.:

OFFICIAL INAUGURATION

Under the presidency of Their Royal Highnesses the Princes of Asturias

Participating:

    • Francisco Caamaño Domínguez. Mnister of Justice. Spain.
    • Artemi Rallo Lombarte. Director, Spansih Data Protection Agency.

INAUGURAL SPEECH

    • Martin Cooper. Inventor of the mobile phone. Prince of Asturias award for Scientific and Technical Research 2009. United States

11´15h-13'15h.:

FIRST PLENARY SESSION

SOCIETY UNDER SURVEILLANCE? STRIVING FOR A BALANCE BETWEEN SECURITY AND PRIVACY .

11'15-12'05: PRESENTATIONS

    • Alfredo Pérez Rubalcaba. Interior Minister. Presidency of the European Union 2010. Spain.
    • Janet Napolitano. Secretary, U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

12’05-13'15h.: ROUND TABLE

CHAIR:

    • Alex Turk. President, National Commission for Informatics and Freedom (CNIL), France. President, Article 29 Data Protection Working Party, European Union. France.
        • Audiovisual video

Speakers

14´15h.-16´15h.:

SECOND PLENARY SESSION

QUO VADIS INTERNET? “QUOUSQUE TANDEM INTERNET PRIVACY NOSTRA ABUTERE?”

CHAIR:

Speakers:

15´30h.-16´00h.:

Presentation by videoconference

    • Vinton Cerf. Co-developer of the Internet, Google VP and Chief Internet Evangelist Protocol. United States.

16´30h.-17´45h. :

PARALLEL SESSIONS and SPANISH SESSION:

SESSION A

Ooopsss!!!!! Where did I leave my computer? Prevention and reaction in the light of security breaches.

CHAIR:

Speakers:

    • Pamela Jones Harbour. Commissioner, Federal Trade Commission (FTC). United States.
    • Víctor Izquierdo. Director General, National Communications Technology Institute (INTECO). Spain.
    • David Smith. Deputy Commissioner, Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). United Kingdom.
    • Stewart Dresner. Chief Executive, Privacy Laws & Business. United Kingdom
    • Victor Chapela. CEO, Sm4rt. Mexico

SESSION B

We cannot help you. Your data are in international waters. Determining the applicable law in a world of globalisation

CHAIR:

    • Peter Hustinx. European Data Protection Supervisor. European Union.

Speakers:

SPANISH SESSION

The sociological reality of Data Protection in Spain. Presentation of the “2009 Survey of the Sociological Research Centre (CIS) on Data Protection in Spain.

Speakers:

18´00h.-19´15h. :

PARALLEL SESSIONS and SPANISH SESSION:

SESSION A

Companies, privacy and international data flows.

CHAIR:

Speakers:

    • Ahmed Reda Chami . Minister of Industry, Trade and New Technologies. Morocco
    • Damon C. Greer. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. United States.
    • Jacob Kohnstamm. President, Data Protection Authority. Netherlands.
    • Michael Donohue. Policy Analyst, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
    • Christopher Kuner. Chair, Data Protection Task Force, International Chamber of Commerce.
    • Kamlesh Bajaj. CEO, Data Security Council of India. India

SESSION B

Intellectual property and privacy: Profiles of a conflict.

CHAIR:

    • Francesco Pizzetti. President, Italian Data Protection Authority.

Speakers:

    • María Luisa Rodríguez López. Legal Counsel for Telecommunications and Information Society, Telefónica de España S.A.U.
    • Jo Oliver. General Counsel, International Federation of the Phonographic Industry
    • Sebastián Chames. Vicepresident of Business and Legal Issues, MTV Networks Iberia, Viacom. Spain.
    • Eddan Katz. Boardmember, European Digital Rights ( EDRI)

SPANISH SESSION

Presentation of “Data Protection and Businesses”, a Guide prepared by the Spanish Data Protection Agency.


THURSDAY, 5th November

Venue: Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

Audiovisual of Thursday, 5th November


9’30h.-11´30h.:

THIRD PLENARY SESSION

PRIVACY AND CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

CHAIR:

Speakers:

12´00h.- 14'00h.:

FOURTH PLENARY SESSION

PROTECTING THE PRIVACY OF MINORS—A PRIORITY MISSION

CHAIR:

    • Luis Lingnau da Silveira. President, National Data Protection Commission. Portugal

Speakers:

15´00h.- 16´30 h.:

CLOSED SESSION FOR PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITIES

15'00h.-16´30h.:

PARALLEL SESSIONS and SPANISH SESSION:

SESSION A

"Smile! There’s a camera behind the ad!" Or “Send it to a friend”: Privacy in light of new advertising techniques

CHAIR:

    • Chris Graham. Information Commissioner. United Kingdom.

Speakers:

SESSION B

Digital journalism and journalist citizens: Challenges for private life.

CHAIR:

    • Jacqueline Peschard Mariscal. President Commissioner, Federal Institute of Access to Public Information. Mexico.

Speakers:

SPANISH SESSION

Professionals in the field of privacy in Spain

Privacy professionals play a major role in the promotion of privacy. In this session, experts will be able to share and relate their different professional experiences.

CHAIR:

Speakers:

16´45h.-18´30h.:

PARALLEL SESSIONS and SPANISH SESSION:

SESSION A

Do you have private life at your workplace?

CHAIR:

    • Peter Schaar. Federal Data Protection Commissioner. Germany.

Speakers:

SESSION B

Subnational or federate data protection authorities and Public Administrations: Experiences and proactive strategies in education and healthcare.

CHAIR:

    • Alexander Dix. Data Protection Commissioner, State of Berlin. Germany.

Speakers:

SPANISH SESSION

Dialogue with the Spanish Data Protection Agency. Presentation of the Self-evaluation Program regarding compliance with the Spanish Data Protection Act by companies and Public administrations


FRIDAY, 6th November

Venue: Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

Audiovisual of Friday, 6th November


9´00h.-10´15h.:

FIFTH PLENARY SESSION

PRIVACY BY DESIGN

CHAIR:

    • Yoram Hacohen. Head. Law, Information and Technology Authority, Ministry of Justice. Israel.

Speakers:

10´45h.- 12´30h.:

SIXTH PLENARY SESSION

MOVING TOWARDS A GLOBAL REGULATION OF PRIVACY: PROPOSALS AND STRATEGIES

CHAIR:

Speakers:

12´45h.- 13’00h.:

CLOSING CEREMONY


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