Blockchain & Privacy – WS 10 2019

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Consolidated programme 2019 overview

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Working title: Blockchain, privacy and data governance

Proposals assigned to this session: ID 46, 48, 60, 69, 70, 102, 109, 113list of all proposals as pdf

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Session teaser

Huge centralized data collections are a main threat to privacy. They can be abused by large corporations, hackers that breach firewalls and secret services. Blockchain omits centrally controlled data collections and can provide better privacy protection in some cases. At the same time Blockchain means immutability and lack of central control. Data protection however, includes the right to be forgotten, requires regular deletion and assigns responsibilities to controlers of data processing.

[This is a first draft for a session teaser. See also https://erbguth.ch/slides/BlockchainPrivacy.mp4 for an introduction into that topic]

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