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Wolfson-HAT Foundation Annual Symposium Series on Personal Data

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The use and manipulation of our personal data is of enormous global concern. In a series of four panel discussions, speakers will explore critical issues around the uses (and abuses) of our personal data, as well as the wider questions of the Digital Person, freedom, identity, security and innovation. Floor discussions will be held and the series will produce a briefing paper on research and practice in personal data.

With broad-ranging appeal, the series is designed to interest practitioners and policy makers, as well as academics in the sciences, humanities and social sciences with discussions relating to law, computer science, history, sociology, entrepreneurship, business, economics and the global society.

The Symposium is organized jointly by Wolfson College Cambridge and the HAT Community Foundation .

This year’s events will be held in the Lee Hall at Wolfson College at 5.30pm on the following dates:

  • Wednesday 15 March 2017
  • Wednesday 22 March 2017
  • Wednesday 29 March 2017
  • Wednesday 5 April 2017

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