Gagnaflutningar yfir landamæri

Viðburður á vegum Alþjóða- og Evrópuréttarstofnunar HR og tölvunarfræðideildar HR

  • 5.12.2019, 12:10 - 13:30, Háskólinn í Reykjavík

Fimmtudaginn 5. desember munu Alþjóða- og Evrópuréttarstofnun HR og tölvunarfræðideild HR standa fyrir viðburði um gagnaflutninga á milli ríkja, í stofu M104 kl. 12:10 - 13:30.

Framsögumenn verða þau Anna Sigríður Islind og María Óskarsdóttir frá tölvunarfræðideild HR og Timo Minssen prófessor við lagadeild Kaupmannahafnarháskóla og stjórnandi rannsóknaseturs í lögfræði tengdri framþróun í lífvísindum.

Anna Sigríður og María munu fjalla um verkefni og vandamál sem tengjast úrvinnslu og greiningu á viðkvæmum og persónugreinanlegum gagnasöfnum. Timo Minssen mun fara yfir ræða ýmis lagaleg álitaefni um gagnaflutninga yfir landamæri. Sjá nánar um erindin neðar.

Fundurinn fer fram á ensku. Fundarstjóri verður dr. Bjarni Már Magnússon, prófessor við lagadeild HR og forstöðumaður Alþjóða- og Evrópuréttarstofnunar HR.

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Open event on international data transfer, on Thursday, December 5 from 12:10-13:30 at Reykjavik University, room M104. Dr. Anna Sigríður Isilind and Dr. María Óskarsdóttir from Reykjavik University and Professor Timo Minssen from the University of Copenhagen will give presentations.

Dr. Anna Sigríður Islind‘s and Dr. María Óskarsdóttir‘s talk:

With increasing number of digital platforms that collect and store gigantic amounts of personal data and the advanced machine learning techniques that analyse the data to discover interesting patterns in behavior, it is not always clear what is allowed and how such personal data should be treated. We present ongoing research where we deal with such problems and discuss the issues that arise in various applications.

Professor Timo Minssen‘s talk:

Cloud-based medical AI-technologies rely on effective and robust legal frameworks for international data transfer. This is not always simple to achieve as is illustrated in the United States (US)–European Union (EU) context. Due to the lack of general data protection law at the federal level, the US currently does not have a general “adequacy decision” from the European Commission (EC) to enable EU-US cross-border data transfers without the need for additional data protection safeguards. As a fallback, a “limited adequacy” decision was adopted in 2016 on the so-called “EU-US Privacy Shield Framework”. This framework protects the fundamental rights of anyone in the EU and allows the free transfer of personal data to companies that are certified under the EU-US Privacy Shield. However, the EU-US Privacy Shield has been recently contested at the CJEU. This presentation discusses the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework, the associated legal challenges, and how these might affect organizations deploying or implementing cloud-based medical AI technologies

About the speakers:

María Óskarsdóttir is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Compute Science at Reykjavik University. She holds a PhD in Business Analytics. Her research interests include data science, machine learning, mobility and social network analytics.

Anna Sigríður Islind is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Compute Science at Reykjavik University. She holds a PhD in Business Analytics. Her research interests include information systems, user experience, mobile platforms, e-health and workplace learning

Timo Minssen is Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) and the Founding Director of UCPH's Center for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL).

The Institute of International and European Law and the School of Computer Science host the event. Moderator: Professor Bjarni Már Magnússon director of the institute.

  • Room: M104
  • Date: 5.12.19
  • Time: 12:10 - 13:30


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