PrivacyWeek 2020

Version 2.3 Oct. 31, 2020

New program version online!

We have a new talk: “#pw20 in a Nutshell & Closing” by PrivacyWeek Team .

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Closing” by PrivacyWeek Team.

Version 2.2 Oct. 31, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “If Agatha Christie ran Unix cons” by Michael W. Lucas .

Version 2.1 Oct. 30, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Lesung aus "Tödlicher Crash"” by Barbara Wimmer.

We have moved a talk around: “An 1984 im gestreckten Galopp rechts vorbei in die schöne neue Welt” by Fenna Williams, Klaudia Zotzmann-Koch (Oct. 31, 2020, 8 p.m. → Oct. 31, 2020, 7:30 p.m.)

Version 2.0 Oct. 30, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

Version 1.10 Oct. 30, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

Version 1.9 Oct. 30, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

Version 1.8 Oct. 30, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “"Information. What are they looking at?"” by Theresia Reinhold .

Version 1.7 Oct. 30, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Der Popcorn Talk” by Hetti .

We have moved a talk around: “Privatheit und Selbstbestimmung - Autonomie und Öffentlichkeit” by Florian, Tiantian (Oct. 30, 2020, 8 p.m. → Oct. 30, 2020, 6 p.m.)

Version 1.6 Oct. 29, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Hilfe, ich habe meine Privatsphäre aufgegeben!” by Barbara Wimmer.

Version 1.5 Oct. 27, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Effekte höherer Ordnung bei der Einführung von autonomen Fahrzeugen” by Philipp Schaumann .

Sadly, we had to cancel talks:

  • “Lightning Talks Q&A” by PrivacyWeek Team
  • “Lightning Talks” by PrivacyWeek Team

Version 1.4 Oct. 24, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Let's build a tool to make sense of your GDPR exports” by cyroxx .

Version 1.3 Oct. 23, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We sadly had to cancel a talk: “Debattenkultur” by Katrin Rönicke.

Version 1.2 Oct. 22, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Sendegarten (live Podcast)” by Martin Rützler .

Version 1.1 Oct. 16, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Tails” by Gernot .

Version 1.0 Oct. 15, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have moved a talk around: “Suspicious behavior - a data annotation tutorial” by kairus art+research (Workshop → Lecture Hall 1)

Version 0.9 Oct. 15, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Studie zum Thema Cybergewalt” by Beratungsstelle Wiener Frauenhäuser .

Version 0.8 Oct. 11, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Ducky Detector 2.0 - USB Security vs. Usability” by Silvie Schmidt .

Version 0.7 Oct. 8, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Unfair Algorithmic Practices” by Christiane Wendehorst, Sekretariat Prof. Wendehorst .

Version 0.6 Oct. 8, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have new talks!

We have moved a talk around: “Bloody Data - Das Geschäft mit Zyklusapps” by Judith Strußenberg (Oct. 28, 2020, 6 p.m. → Oct. 31, 2020, 6:30 p.m.)

Version 0.5 Oct. 6, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have new talks!

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.4 Oct. 3, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.3 Oct. 2, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have new talks!

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.2 Oct. 1, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new talk: “Accelerated Global Warming - Current Facts and near-term Consequences” by Volker Wittpahl .

Sadly, we had to cancel talks:

  • “#pw20 in a Nutshell & Closing” by PrivacyWeek Team
  • “Media Literacy Goes Viral. Anmerkungen zur Irrelevanz der Systemrelevanz.” by Christian Swertz

We had to move some talks, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.1 Oct. 1, 2020

This is the first version of this year's PrivacyWeek program!