Every year in Brussels, CPDP brings together policy makers, academics, computer scientists, consultants, legal practitioners and activists from all over the world to exchange ideas and discuss emerging issues in information technology, privacy, data protection and law.
CPDP 2015 will stage more than 60 panels and workshops with a stimulating mix of academics, practitioners, regulators and advocates, as well as multiple side events such as open debates, PechaKucha performances and artistic interventions.
CPDP aims to unite the most important stakeholders of data access and data protection: international and national policymakers and data protection commissioners. Moreover, CPDP also gathers together:
• academics (in law, sociology, economics, and other areas)
• legal practitioners, lawyers
• computer scientists
• non-governmental organisations
• representatives from the hacker community
CPDP in figures (2014 data)
•3 days Conference
•854 guests from 43 different Countries
•Gender balance: 57% men – 43% women presence
•More than 50 panels, workshops and special sessions
•343 speakers from Europe, the US and Asia
•around additional 500 people attending free public events in conference evenings
•11.125 visits to CPDP website during the Conference month
•1.147 visits to CPDP website on first conference day
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