19 to 23 June 2023 Brussels, Belgium

From Data Access to Data Transformation

How to Govern Data in the Age of Analytics and Artifical Intelligence?

Published 1 year, 2 months ago

The Brussels Privacy Hub Summer Academy for Global Privacy Law 2023 will focus on the topic “From Data Access to Data Transformations: How to Govern Data in the Age of Analytics and AI?”. Each day of the Academy will focus on a topic and will deliver a keynote session, lectures, and a workshop, which will give participants the opportunity to apply their knowledge through practical exercises. On top of this, exciting side and networking events  with other researchers and civil society will complement the Summer Academy.

Follow the intensive and practice-oriented five-day programme to advance your knowledge on the following topics.

  • Day 1: Personal Data & Algorithmic Processing
  • Day 2: Third Party Data Access
  • Day 3: Comparative Perspectives
  • Day 4: Data Access from Third Countries & Data Transfers
  • Day 5: Data Transformations & PETs

Engage in discussions and exchange ideas with leading scholars, activists, policy makers and practitioners working in the area of technology regulation, who are going to share their knowledge during seminars and interactive exercises.

The Summer Academy is aimed at legal practitioners, data protection professionals – including compliance officers, data protection officers, chief privacy officers – civil society representatives and activists, early-career researchers, and all those working in the privacy, data protection and data governance space, at the interface between law and technology. 

Prerequisite for participating in the Summer Academy: Familiarity with EU data protection law. 

The participation at the Summer Academy will take place in a hybrid format.

Details on the program, fee and registration can be found on the event website.