PrivacyWeek 2020

Version 2.3 Oct. 31, 2020

New program version online!

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

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

Version 2.2 Oct. 31, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new session: “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 session: “Lesung aus "Tödlicher Crash"” by Barbara Wimmer.

We have moved a session around: “An 1984 im gestreckten Galopp rechts vorbei in die schöne neue Welt” by Fenna Williams, Klaudia (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 session: “"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 session: “Der Popcorn Talk” by Hetti .

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

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

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

Version 1.4 Oct. 24, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have a new session: “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 session: “Debattenkultur” by Katrin Rönicke.

Version 1.2 Oct. 22, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

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

Version 1.0 Oct. 15, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have moved a session 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 session: “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 session: “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 session: “Unfair Algorithmic Practices” by Christiane Wendehorst, Christiane Wendehorst .

Version 0.6 Oct. 8, 2020

We have released a new version of the schedule.

We have new sessions!

We have moved a session 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 sessions!

We had to move some sessions, 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 sessions, 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 sessions!

We had to move some sessions, 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 session: “Accelerated Global Warming - Current Facts and near-term Consequences” by Volker Wittpahl .

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

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

We had to move some sessions, 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!