The reactivation of 13033 brought back a lot of questions as regards the protection of personal data of citizens. Homo Digitalis sent an open letter to the General Secretariat for Civil Protection today, 2nd December 2020.
Homo Digitalis participated in an online meeting of stakeholders organised by the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) with regard to the use of purposes for legitimate uses sought by the controller or a third-party as the legal basis of processing personal data.
The UN Special Rapporteur on Racim, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance cites twice Homo Digitalis in her new study on smart border management
The Monitor aspires to contribute by research in the use of new technologies in border management internationally
In October 2020, AlgorithmWatch and the Bertelsmann Foundation published their much-anticipated study “Automating Society II”
9 Homo Digitalis members co-authored a paper entitled “Autonomous Vehicles: Data Protection and Ethical Considerations”. The paper got accepted at the “4th ACM COMPUTER SCIENCE IN CARS SYMPOSIUM (CSCS 2020)”