On December 11, 2015 the Center of Studies in Informatics Law, University of Chile’s Law School will host the second pubic symposium on “International Regulatory Trends on Personal Data Protection” as a Network of Centers (NoC) regional event. The event convenes a diverse group of collaborators working on Internet & society issues in Chile, the surrounding region, and internationally.
Ministry of Economy, Chile
Agenda | Friday, December 11th, 2015
Prof. Davor Harasic Yaksic, Dean, School of Law, University of Chile
Mrs. Katia Trusich, Chilean Undersecretary of Economy
Prof. Alex Pessó, Academic Coordinator, Center of Studies in Informatics Law, University of Chile
9:00 - 10:00 Session I: Digital Privacy Challenges
This session examines privacy issues that emerge in the relationship between user’s companies and governments that collect, aggregate, analyse, and use data how personal data. Automated data collection processes in the era of big data confront the rights and the expectations of the data title holders. It is relevant to explore the ways in which information is created, shared, accessed, and used in the globalized digital world in which new cloud platform systems have globalized international data traffic. This might call for new instruments or even concepts for data protection.
Keynote Speaker: Prof. David O’Brien Senior Researcher at the Berkman Center /
10:00 - 11.00 Panel Discussion
Prof. Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology, Adjunct Professor of Law
Prof. Jervis. Market and ICT Legal Manager at Entel.
Prof. Claudio Magliona, Center of Studies in Informatics Law, University of Chile
11:00 - 11.30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 12:30 Session II: Online Child Safety.
A growing body of evidence from across the world is telling us that young people are more and more relying on digital tools, platforms and services to learn, participate, play, innovate, work, and socialize. For its part, the Internet has connected and helped to empower youth around the world, offering them novel opportunities for self-expression, creativity, learning, and civic engagement. Simultaneously, governments, business leaders, educators, policy-makers, parents, and other stakeholders engage in conversations about how to keep young people safe online. In order to be relevant and effective, evidence-based private and public policies aimed at protecting youth must consider rapidly evolving youth practices, attitudes, and behaviours, and learn from such insights when assessing both risks and harms, and the benefits in the digital age. The idea of this session it’s to present some of our latest research focused on youth and online privacy, and discuss how key findings can be applied in the context of “online child safety".
Keynote Speaker: Sandra Cortesi Fellow at the Berkman Center and the Director of Youth and Media
12:30 - 13:30 Panel of Discussion
Marcela Labraña, National Children Service Director
Ana Magdalena Marín Ladrón de Guevara Digital Platform and Communications at National Council for Children
Ramón Farías. Diputado from Camara de Diputado. Family Commissions at Cámara de Diputados
Prof. Salvador Millaleo, Center of Studies in Informatics Law, University of Chile
15:00 - 16:00 Session III. What Privacy Rights May be Involved with Cybersecurity
Privacy interest in cybersecurity involves establishing protocols and effective oversight regarding when, why, and how government agencies may gain access to personal information that is collected, retained, used, or shared. Fair information practices regulate and enforce consumer privacy rights regarding data collection, retention, use, and sharing of personal information. Technological developments associated with the new digital era make it easier than ever for governments to collect, store and process personal information on a massive scale. While governments will continue to rely on personal data to provide security and other benefits, there is a need for approaches and frameworks that enhance privacy by limiting the uses of such data and creating transparency into what is collected and how it is used.
Keynote Speaker: Alvaro Bedoya, Executive Director of the Center on Privacy & Technology, Adjunct Professor of Law
16:00 – 17:00: Panel of Discussion
Prof. David O’Brien Senior Researcher at the Berkman Center
Romina Garrido, Protected Data Project
Prof. Daniel Alvarez, Center of Studies in Informatics Law, University of Chile, Chile
17:00 – 17:30 Conclusions and Closing
Prof. Alex Pessó Center of Studies in Informatics Law, University of Chile, Chile
Center of Studies in Informatics Law, University of Chile’s Law School