This event is open to all the organizations that are taking an active role in the personal data ecosystem, whether companies providing solutions or research institutes, regulatory bodies or not-for profit organizations. Feel free to pass this invitation to relevant people.
The event will be held in cooperation with Stiftung Datenschutz and Stiftung Neue Verantwortung e.V. at Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
(Beisheim Center, Berliner Freiheit 2, D-10785 Berlin)
Hotel suggestions near the venue: Motel One or NH Hotel
Please sign-up to the event via this page.
Thu March 30th 3PM – 6PM – Pre-meeting for the MyData 2017 programme team
Programme team members will get detailed agenda via email, meeting is open for observers and there will be video link for distant participants.
Thu March 30th 6PM – 10.30 PM – PIMS event Kickoff
18:00: Arrival, reception and networking
18:30: Setting the scene, targets for the 5th workshop”
– Welcome. Frederick Richter, Director, German Foundation for Data Protection
– Who are we and what do we want? – please fill in the questionnaire at mydata.org/why
19:00: “New Ways of Providing Consent in Data Protection: Technical, Economic and Legal Challenges”
19:20: “From (Open) Data Privacy to Data Governance”
Dr. Tobias Knobloch, Julia Manske, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
19:40: “Advancing Human Centred Personal Data: An Introduction to MyData”
Antti Poikola, Aalto University
20:00 get together with food & drinks
Fri March 31st 9AM – 4PM – PIMS Workshop
9:00 Good morning – coffee and networking!
9:30 Pitches and updates from PIMS players
Well prepared 5 min. pitch + 5 min. interaction sets from the PIMS community members. Want to pitch? → Contact Jogi
– “Delivering Independent Identity For The World” – Andrew Tobin, Evernym.
– “Pikcio: a blockchain-based PIMS” – Clara Schmitt”, MatchUpBox.
– “Internet of Me – Making It Real” – Julian Ranger, Digi.me.
– “The combination of personalisation and anonymity by user’s choice” – Sebastian Wolfsteiner, Personiq.
– “Selfsouvereign Identity with the Jolocom smartWallet” – Annalisa Wilde, Jolocom
– “GDPR as an opportunity to align the impossible” – Luk Vervenne, Synergetics
10:30 Parallel workshops on selected topic tracks of MyData 2017
– Global landscape: iniciating a local personal data ecosystem?
– GDPR – the new black
– Ethical prosessing of MyData
– Use cases
– Technical building blocks
13:00: “The Personal Data Economy: Platforms, Vaults and Clouds”
Dr. Nicola Jentzsch, German Institute for Economic Research
13:30 Parallel workshops
Brief introduction: Malte Beyer-Katzenberger, European Commission
– Joint projects and funding opportunities
– Impacting and policy making
15:00 Getting organized
– Shared principles and expectations to this community
16:00 Programme ends