Cloud Legal, Privacy, Data Protection II
- TYPE: Track START DATE: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 START TIME: 14:00 LOCATION: Galerie
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time: 14:00-15:00
Avoiding hidden Clauses and other Pitfalls - How to Deal a Good Cloud Service Contract
Yohan Benizri, Sidley Austin LLP
Like with all other immature and rapidly developing markets, there often is a significant difference between the expectations customers have when they contract a cloud computing service, and the reality of what they would get as one of many clients through some kind of standard contract. In this session, you will first and foremost learn, that most if not nearly all existing standard contracts from large cloud providers are crap, and how you easily can find out that they are crap, what your...
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time: 15:00-16:00
Identity Provider Business Models
Axel Nennker, Deutsche Telekom • Don Thibeau, OpenID Foundation • Nat Sakimura, OpenID Foundation
Connecting who we are in the physical world to our online identity is at the center of some of today’s most important technical, commercial and policy issues. Verifying who we are, whether on the Internet, phone or watching television touches what we care about most; our security, privacy and how we do business. This agenda “unpacks” identity by reviewing the status of key identity standards like SAML, OAuth 2,0, OpenID Connect and Account Chooser by focusing on the roles...
Sociality by Design: How Google, Facebook & Co. can reconcile Privacy and Profit
Dr. Stephan Humer, UdK Berlin
Privacy and security as well as financial interests in developing and selling digital services and products can be united and end up in a win-win-situation. From a socio-scientific point of view there is no necessity for entrenched positions. When we talk about Privacy by Design, we can even strive towards Sociality by Design to achieve integrated satisfaction of every group of people involved in this process. The talk will show that it is necessary to open up discussion, focus on...
Date: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Time: 17:00-18:00
How the EU handles Citizen Privacy at Present and how it will evolve in the Future
Dr. Alea Fairchild, Constellation Research Group
Modern public administration involves an inherent conflict between better responsiveness to citizens as clients and effective collaboration with them as partners, given the role of government as data caretakers. Service provisioning to citizens as customers requires flexibility, yet the usage of data to serve these customers has to meet with regulatory policy and good common sense on data privacy. The changing nature of our relationship as citizens with our different levels of government...
Panel: The Future of Citizen Privacy
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Posch, Republic of Austria • Dr. Alea Fairchild, Constellation Research Group • Malcolm Crompton, Information Integrity Solutions
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- Apr 17 - 20, 2012 Munich, Germany