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An overview presentation of the European Privacy Open Space Project. see also:www.privacyos.eu

An overview presentation of the European Privacy Open Space Project. see also:www.privacyos.eu

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  • 1. European Privacy Open Space A Thematic Network on Privacy Protection Infrastructures Contact: [email_address] www.privacyos.eu
  • 2. The Project
    • PrivacyOS is a thematic network for privacy protection infrastructur within the current European Commission´s ICT Policy Support Programme
    • Start date: June 1st, 2008
    • Duration: 24 Months
    • 16 partners from Government, Academia, Enterprise and SMEs are participating
    • 4 conferences over 2 years, co-located with relevant other events
  • 3. The Consortium
    • Civil Society and Academia
    • Bureau Européen des Unions de Consommateurs (BEUC)
    • European Digital Rights (EDRI)
    • Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, DE
    • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BE
    • Metamorphosis Foundation, MK
    • Oxford Internet Institute, UK
    • Quintessenz e.V., AT
    • Enterprise
    • Friendly Technologies Ltd, UK
    • GEIE ERCIM W3C, FR
    • Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, UK
    • NEC Europe Ltd. NEC, UK
    • Government
    • Agencia de Protección de Datos de la Comunidad de Madrid, ES
    • Republika Slovenija, Informacijski Pooblaščenec
    • State Data Protection Inspectorate of the Republic of Lithuania
    • The association of Local Authorities of Kavala, GR
    • Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für Datenschutz, DE (Coordinator)
  • 4. The Project
    • aims at bringing together Industry, SMEs, Government, Academia and Civil Society
    • wants to foster development and deployment of privacy infrastructures in Europe
    • serves as a marketplace for those offering solutions to those facing new challenges
    • allows users to define privacy profiles , and to monitor and control their enforcement and propagation
    • facilitates the emergence of an open Europe-wide eServices market with dynamic service composition across different privacy policy regimes
      • Gives the opportunity to exchange research and best practises , as well as develop strategies and joint projects
  • 5. The core issues
  • 6. The core issues
    • Fostering privacy-friendly identity management
    • Awarenessraising – functions and impact of data protection
    • Enabling privacy on the web
    • Understanding virtualisation, categorisation and social sorting
  • 7. Objectives of PrivacyOS
      • PrivacyOS brings together industry, SMEs, Government, Academia and Civil Society to foster development and deployment of privacy infrastructures for Europe
      • Facilitate the emergence of an open Europe-wide eServices market with dynamic service composition across different privacy policy regimes
      • allow users to define privacy profiles, and to monitor and control their enforcement and propagation
      • Exchange research and best practises, as well as develop strategies and joint projects following four core policy goals: Awareness-rising, enabling privacy on the web, fostering privacy-friendly Identity Management and stipulating research.
  • 8. Related Projects and Initiatives
      • PrimeLife
      • EuroPriSe – European Privacy Seal
      • FIDIS – Future of Identity in the Information Society
      • Swift – Identity Management across silos
      • TAS3 – Generic Architecture for Securely Managing Employability and Helthcare, Personal Information Services
  • 9. Open Space?
    • Open Agenda, established on the fly, only the guiding subject is provided
    • Participants themselves are in charge of organising the event
    • Similar to BarCamps, in use by many, eg. ITU-T
  • 10. Contact
    • Dr. Katalin Storf
    • (Project Coordinator)
    • Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für Datenschutz
    • Holstenstrasse 98,
    • 24103 Kiel/Germany
    • [email_address]
    • phone: +49 431 988 1283
    • fax: +49 431 988 1223