Redesigning Data Privacy —

Redesigning Data Privacy

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We live in a data-driven economy, where the availability of data heavily influences business models and strategies. The rapid development of technology and associated exponential growth in data creates difficulties for data protection and new challenges for effective regulation of personal data.

Countries follow different approaches to data regulation. This includes market-based regulations, centralized control, and direct legislation that protects personal information and the rights of citizens.

The Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Russia is hosting a roundtable on «Redesigning Data Privacy» on January 27. The discussion will focus on a new path for data protection legislation and regulation and offer alternative techniques to ensuring data privacy.

Issues for discussion:
  • Redesigning Notice & Consent,
  • Automating Notice & Consent,
  • Pseudonymization anonymization of data,
  • Data portability.
  • Anne Flanagan, Data Policy & Governance Lead, World Economic Forum
  • Jen King, Director of Consumer Privacy, Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School
  • Mikko Rusama, Chief Digital Officer, City of Helsinki
  • Satyanarayana Jeedigunta, Chief Adviser, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution India
  • Aleksandr Shoitov, Deputy Minister, Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media, Russia
  • Milos Wagner, Deputy Head, Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media
  • Ruslan Ibragimov, Vice President, MTS
  • Vladimir Averbakh, Managing Director, Sberbank
  • Anna Serebryanikova, President, Big Data Association

Dmitry Ter-Stepanov, Deputy CEO, ANO Digital Economy, Data Policy Lead, Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Russia


January 27, 2022 03:00 PM


January 27, 2022 04:30 PM




ANO Digital Economy

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