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The world after Snowden

SYMPOSIUM

The world after Snowden

Thursday, March 13th 2014, 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday, March 14th 2014, 9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Victor Hugo Room - Building Chaban-Delmas
101 rue de l'Université 75007  Paris
Métro Assemblée Nationale ou Invalides


Thursday, 13th Mars 2014

MP Eduardo Rihan Cypel and Pr. Frédérick Douzet (Castex chair of cyberstrategy, Paris 8 University)

Dr. James A. Lewis (Center for Strategic and International Studies)


Moderator : Pr. Frédérick Douzet (Castex chair of cyberstrategy, Paris 8 University)

Edward Snowden set in motion a democratic debate about surveillance, which, were it not for his revelations, would probably never have reached the scale it has. Who should get involved in this debate? How can civil liberties be respected while at the same time guaranteeing the collective security of a nation? Which safeguards and democratic monitoring processes need to be put in place to avoid downward spirals and legitimise these policies? How can we gauge the efficiency and usefulness of surveillance measures?

Duncan Campbell (British journalist)

Dr. Sandro Gaycken (Institute of Computer Science, Berlin)
Dr. Genevieve Lester (Georgetown University)
Dr. James A. Lewis (CSIS)

Dr. Christopher Soghoian (American Civil Liberties Union)
Pr. Bertrand Warusfel (Université Lille 2)


Moderator : Pr. Béatrice Giblin (French Institute of Geopolitics, Paris 8 University)

Duncan Campbell (British journalist)
Antoine Lefébure (Media Historian)
Journalist of Le Monde


Moderator : Michael Hellerforth (Lawyer)

The mass of data available electronically is growing exponentially, thereby gradually extending to highly sensitive personal information as well as all kinds of public data. How can we promote democratic access to data? How can we ensure citizens’ personal data is protected? What challenges do commercialisation and data provision pose in terms of economics and sovereignty?

Volker Birk (Chaos Computer Club)

Edouard Geffray (CNIL)

Docteur Stéphane Grumbach (INRIA)

Damien Leloup (journalist at Lemonde.fr)

Professeure Anne-Thida Norodom (Rouen University)

 

Friday, 14th March 2014


Pierre-Mayeul Badaire (Airbus Defence & Space CyberSecurity)


Moderator : Florence Dupré (Airbus Defence & Space CyberSecurity)

Edward Snowden’s revelations shed harsh light on European nations’ dependency on foreign equipment and companies whose sovereignty is susceptible to being breached. What are France’s and Europe’s strengths and weaknesses? What industrial or regulatory solutions do they envisage? How necessary is it to develop a sovereign solution? 

Amelia Andersdotter (Member of European Parliament, Pirate Party)

Christian Daviot (ANSSI)
Margot Dor (European Telecommunications Standards Institute)
Gabrielle Gauthey (Alcatel-Lucent)

Hervé Guillou (President of CICS)

Professeur Bart Preneel (KU Leuven)

 


Pr. Frédérick Douzet (Castex chair of cyberstrategy, Paris 8 University)


In partnership with LeMonde.fr,  French Institute of Geopolitics and Paris 8 University

Conférences et journées d'études
Thursday, 13 March, 2014 - 09:00 to Friday, 14 March, 2014 - 12:30
Victor Hugo Room - Building Chaban-Delmas - 101 rue de l'Université, Paris
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