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Intelligence Oversight: Is Human Rights-Preserving Surveillance Possible?

Colloque / Citoyenneté, Groupe Cyber, Data, Nano-bio, AI

Le 28 septembre 2017

Agglomération grenobloise

Grenoble Alpes Data Institute
Grenoble, 14 November 2017, INRIA

The Grenoble Alpes Data Institute, in cooperation with the CESICE and INRIA/Privatics  are organizing a workshop on Intelligence Oversight the 14th November 2017 in INRIA, Montbonnot (Grenoble). 

The workshop will bring together lawyers, ICT experts, other privacy and human rights experts, journalists and members of civil society. Its objective will be to proceed to an assessment of the different domestic surveillance laws (starting with the French intelligence laws) and to examine their compatibility with European and international requirements and, most importantly, the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union. Overall, this workshop will attempt to reflect on the balance to strike between the need to protect the national security of States through, inter alia, the use of effective intelligence techniques and the need to submit intelligence services to adequate oversight and control in order to respect human rights and the rule of law.

The conference will take place in French and English, but no translation will be provided.
The program, as well as information regarding registration and the venue, will be available soon in this page.
The event is organized by Professors Theodore Christakis (Université Grenoble Alpes/Institut Universitaire de France) and Serge Slama (Université Grenoble Alpes) and Claude Castelluccia,  Director of Research at INRIA, within the framework of WorkPackage5 on “Data Governance, Data Protection and Privacy” of the Grenoble Alpes Data Institute.

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Le 28 septembre 2017


Agglomération grenobloise

Publié le 28 janvier 2021

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