Nordic Privacy Arena 2019 highlights

Nordic Privacy Arena 2019

We have had two days of fascinating discussions, meetings, speeches, networking, food and drinks. This year we explored topics such as the difficulty how to decide who is a data controller and who is a data processor, enforcement/sanctions in GDPR, international data transfers, the huge platforms and their impact on democracy, facial recognition technologies, automatic decision making and its impacts on people and the society, AI in the insurance industry, data processing in the healthcare industry and predictive policing. 

Thank you all for participating in this year’s conference, we hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did! Also, of course, a huge thanks to all the speakers, moderators and panellists who made this year’s conference a must be at event.

For you who didn’t have a chance to secure a ticket for this year’s conference, keep an eye open for the ticket-release for next years conference that will take place in Stockholm the 5th and 6th of October 2020.

Thank you!

Highlights from previous conferences

Professor Joe Cannataci, special privacy rapporteur for the United Nations, professor Marc Rotenberg, president Electronic Privacy Information Center, professor Cecilia Magnusson Sjöberg, Stockholm university, and member of the European Parliament Max Andersson on privacy legislation.

Finn Myrstad, director at the Norwegian Consumer Council, on connected toys, smartwatches, dating apps and privacy.

Safe Cities – keynote by Gemma Gordon Clavell, founder of Eticas Research and Consulting and finalist for the EU Prize for Women Innovators 2017.