June 18, 2016

Program

Thursday May 17

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08.30 – 09.00  |  Registration / coffee & tea

09.00 – 09.15  |  Welcome

09.15 – 10.15  |  Keynote address
“Privacy, Security, and Surveillance: Big Data and the New Accountability”
Adam D. Moore, University of Washington

10.15 – 10.30  |  Break

10.30 – 12.00  |  Paper session
“‘What You Do is Who You Are’: Personal Information and Algorithmic Profiles”
Sille Obelitz Søe, University of Copenhagen
Commenter:  Mike Katell, University of Washington

“Algorithms, Bias, and the Importance of Agency”
Alan Rubel, Clinton Castro, and Adam Pham, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Commenter:  Laura Skouvig, University of Copenhagen

12.00 – 13.00  |  Lunch

13.00 – 13.50  |  Panel
“Values and Ethics in the Design and Governance of IoT”
Javier Ruiz Diaz, Open Rights Group;
Alison Powell, London School of Economics;
Alessandro Mantelero, Politecnico di Torino; and
Irina Shklovski, IT University of Copenhagen

13.55 – 14.35  |  Paper session
“Algorithmic Fair Use”
Dan L. Burk, University of California, Irvine
Commenter:  Beate Roessler, University of Amsterdam

14.35 – 15.00  |  Break

15.00 – 17.15  |  Paper session
“Healthcare policy, algorithmic expertise and the challenge to public deliberation”
Chirag Arora, Eindhoven University of Technology
Commenter:  Dan L. Burk, University of California, Irvine

“Privacy and Policy of Neural Information”
Katherine Pratt and Timothy Brown, University of Washington
Commenter:  Alan Rubel, University of Wisconsin – Madison

“On the ethics of metadata collection and storage”
Jonathan Trerise, Coastal Carolina University
Commenter: Adam D. Moore, University of Washington

18.30 – ?  |  DinnerAu Bistrot / [map]

 

Friday May 18

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08.30 – 09.10  |  Coffee & Tea

09.10 – 10.00  |  Panel
“Self-Tracking Technologies: Commodification, Manipulation and Discrimination?”
Hao Wang, University of Amsterdam;
Marjolein Lanzing, Eindhoven University of Technology; and
Marijn Sax, University of Amsterdam

10.00 – 10.30  |  Break

10.30 – 12.00  |  Paper session
“Banal Surveillance: Unraveling the Causes of and Remedies for the Privacy Paradox”
Heikki Heikkilä and Matti Kortesoja, University of Tampere
Commenter:  Irina Shklovski, IT University of Copenhagen

“Artificial Intelligence and Social Control in China: Powers and Perils”
Ching-Fu Lin, National Tsing Hua University;
Yu-Jie Chen, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica & NYU School of Law; and
Han-Wei Liu, Monash University
Commenter:  Jenifer Winter, University of Hawaii at Manoa

12.00 – 13.00  |  Lunch

13.00 – 14.00  |  Keynote address
“Manipulation and Autonomy”
Beate Roessler, University of Amsterdam

14.05 – 14.45  |  Paper session
“‘Fitness Stuff Is for Me, Not for Everybody Else’: Unpacking How Fitness Tracker Users Manage Privacy Boundaries for Personal Fitness Information”
Michael Zimmer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee;
Priya Kumar, University of Maryland, College Park;
Jessica Vitak, University of Maryland, College Park;
Yuting Liao, University of Maryland, College Park; and
Katie Chamberlain Kritikos, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Commenter:  Ellen LeClere, University of Wisconsin – Madison

14.45 – 15.15  |  Break

15.15 – 15.55  |  Paper session
“A matter of trust: Establishing higher education institutions as information fiduciaries in an age of learning analytics”
Kyle M.L. Jones, Indiana University – Indianapolis;
Alan Rubel, University of Wisconsin – Madison; and
Ellen LeClere, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Commenter:  Kristene Unsworth, Stockton University

16.00 – 16.50  |  Panel
“Post-mortem privacy”
Lilian Edwards, University of Strathclyde;
Edina Harbinja, University of Hertfordshire;
Lucien Castex, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle -Paris 3;
Julien Rossi, Université de technologie de Compiègne;
Elaine Kasket, Counselling Psychologist, Associate fellow of the British Psychological Society;
Tal Morse, Hadassah Academic College; and
Michael Birnhack, Tel Aviv University

16.50 – 17.00  |  Closing and goodbye