At this year’s International Computers, Privacy and Data Protection Conference (CPDP) in Brussels from 31 January, the agency will introduce three strands of its research.
FRA’s Director will speak on a panel organised by the European Data Protection Supervisor on migration and security and the impact on the rights and freedoms of individuals.
FRA will host a panel on data quality, an often overlooked aspect in fundamental rights compliant data processing. Here FRA will introduce its research on artificial intelligence and fundamental rights.
Finally, FRA will speak on a panel on digital crime control: the impact of predictive policing on democracy. It will introduce its works in relation to profiling and fundamental rights.
The CPDP is one of the biggest European privacy events. FRA has sponsored it for the past six conferences.