International conference

Legal challenges of the data economy


Recent events and reforms have brought to the fore many of the main challenges posed by the Data Economy.

In 2018, The European community enacted the GDPR, tightening the rules governing data privacy and security. And in recent years, both European and U.S. authorities have investigated anticompetitive behavior by the largest data platforms.

These topics are at the center of this international conference that takes place in Paris on March 22. Among the topics discussed are role of algorithms in governing society and the ethical issues they raise, personalization in markets and in the law, consumers’ data privacy and data security, the challenges to competition and antitrust policy, ownership of data, and more.

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[Vidéos] Elles/Ils nous ont dit :

"Discrimination by Algorithm and People " -  Sendhil Mullainathan, Professor of Behavioral and Computational Science, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

"Personalization of the Law" - Ariel Porat, Professor of Law, Tel-Aviv University

"What is data pollution ?" - Omri Ben Shahar, Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School

"Algorithmes : une menace à l’autonomie des choix des individus ?" -  Dominique Cardon, sociologue, directeur du Medialab de Sciences Po de Paris

"Que veut dire partager ses données aujourd’hui ?" -  Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, professeur à l’Université Paris Sorbonne et Président du comité d’éthique du CNRS

"Des algorithmes pour personnaliser les règles juridiques ?" -  Florence G’sell, professeur de droit à l’Université de Lorraine /IHEJ

"Les questions de la réglementation en matière de data" -  Adrien Basdevant, avocat et chercheur associé au Département Humanisme Numérique du Collège des Bernardins

"Le colloque international et interdisciplinaire #DataEconomyDialogue" -  Adrien Basdevant, avocat et chercheur associé au Département Humanisme Numérique du Collège des Bernardins

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