Aleksandra Kuczerawy on Data Protection and the Future Internet

posted 12 Jun 2012 05:20 by Martin Waldburger   [ updated 9 Jul 2012 04:50 ]
Aleksandra Kuczerawy, Legal Researcher at KU Leuven, will give a talk at the at the SESERV-organized workshop Socio-economic Certainties and Change for the Future Internet:

Data protection and the legal frameworks to support it are an urgent concern of the Future Internet’s user base. Legal expert Aleksandra Kuczerawy tells us the critical areas to look out for, and how to prepare for the legal advances now developing.

The workshop will take place in Brussels on June 20, 2012, right before the Digital Agenda Assembly. Participation is open and free-of-charge. Take the opportunity and register on-line.

On the Speaker

Aleksandra is a legal researcher in the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Law and ICT (ICRI) at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. She joined ICRI in November 2007. She was a part of the study team conducting the independent study on indicators for media pluralism in the European member states, commissioned by the European Commission (DG INFSO). She also conducted research in the area of Spatial Data Infrustructures (SDI) while working on access and licensing protocols in the eContentplus OneGeology Europe project. Currently she conducts research in the field of privacy and identity management in new technologies. She works on the European Project PrimeLife (Privacy and Identity Management in Europe for Life). Lately she has expanded her research field to legal aspects of User Generated Content (UGC) in the European Project SocIoS (Exploiting Social Networks for Building the Future Internet of Services) where she is working on privacy aspects as well as liability of Internet Intermediaries. Moreover, Aleksandra is an assistent editor of the International Ecyclopeadia of Law (IEL) - Cyber Law.
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