How We Design Privacy for Smart City and Tech
The Inventor of PGP, Zimmermann stated about the importance of privacy back in 90’s. Since then, not only the governments, but big tech such as GAFA has been collecting numerous privacy data and causes lots of problems these days. Of course, rise of awareness of privacy, there are backlashes against just feeding privacy trolls. GDPR is epic. Also Apple just started to improve transparency and empowering users in digital economy. In this panel session, we invite diverse privacy experts not only from lawmaker across the EU, US and Japan and introduce case studies of service design and its process of filling the gap between laws and real world. This panel will propose reasonable privacy by design from the viewpoint of the industry, academia, government and citizen throughout COVID-19.
Additional Supporting Materials
- How to fill big gap between the laws (EU, US and Japan) and privacy for the rest of us in the age of post-COVID-19.
- Lesson from big tech failure such as Google’s Sidewalk project and challenges of smart city by Japanese local government and femtech startup.
- Momoko Imamura, Managing Director, Privacy by Design Lab
- Ann Cavoukian, Executive Director, the Global Privacy and Security Design Centre
- Masatomo Suzuki, Professor of Law, Niigata University, Graduate School of Modern Society and Culture, Faculty of Law
- Gerrit Jan van't Veen, CEO, WorldStartup
Momoko Imamura, Managing Director, Privacy by Design Lab
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