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|When||13 April 2017 from 11:30 to 12:30 hrs|
|Where||Conference Room, Jorishof, Korte Spinhuissteeg 3|
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Bert-Jaap Koops, law and technology scholar, will discuss his project on privacy in the 21st century.
Koops: "In this talk, I present a definition of privacy in terms of space and identity, and I discuss the various spaces that are relevant for identity construction. Privacy has been defined and conceptualised in many ways, resulting in the meme that privacy is a fuzzy, messy, or incoherent concept. What I hope to show is, first, that privacy is a more coherent notion than is often claimed, and, second, that conceptualising privacy in terms of space and identity sheds light on the challenges of digital privacy. Since this is work in progress, I will briefly present the main outline of my argument, and then zoom in on one aspect: an overview of relevant privacy-related spaces (including mind, body, home, car, conversation space, publicly accessible places, and public places). The discussion will then revolve around the question: where can you be yourself?"
Bert-Jaap Koops is Professor of Regulation and Technology at Tilburg University. He researches the interaction between law and technology, with special focus on cybercrime, cyber-investigation, privacy and data protection. Koops is NIAS's Distinguished Lorentz Fellow in 2016/17.
NIAS Seminars are aimed to stimulate scientific cross-pollination within the NIAS academic community, but seminars are open to others who are interested. Please let us know if you wish to attend.
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