Friday, April 03, 2009

Talking privacy in Berlin

This week we held our second Privacy Open Space conference in Berlin. There was a whole range of interesting presentations, which should soon be published on the project website. The city itself remains as fun and bohemian as ever.

I talked to the audience of academics, data protection authorities and corporate types about our Privacy Value Networks project and our recent Database State report. You can read through the latter slideshow below. My colleague Alison Powell has also blogged some thoughts on the event.

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