2013 Seminar

DATA PROTECTION IN LATIN AMERICA: THE NEXT DECADE

PROTECCION DE DATOS EN AMERICA LATINA: LA PROXIMA DECADA

Seminar for November 29, 2013 at the University of San Andres.

Program

Topics: Surveillance by the government. Problems and solutions – Data protection agencies in Latin America – International data flows and regulations in Latin America – Right to be forgotten and data protection – Where is your server? Cloud computing and data protection in Latin America

Agenda

MORNING SESSION

10 am – The protection of data in the aftermath of the NSA-PRISM scandal (English)

Carly Nyst (Head of International Advocacy Privacy International)

11 am – The Data Surveillance State in the US and Europe (English)

Joel Reidenberg (Professor of Law, Princeton University/Fordham Law School)

12.00 – Government Data Surveillance in Latin America (Spanish).

Ariel Torres (IT journalist La nación)

Ramiro Alvarez Ugarte (ADC, Director of Freedom of Information)

Enrique Chaparro (ONG Via Libre)

AFTERNOON SESSION

1430 – Internet regulation – Marco civil da Internet no Brazil.

Sergio Branco (Brazil, FVG)

15.30 – The Right to be forgotten, free speech and the Internet (Spanish). 

Pablo Palazzi (Universidad de San Andres, Argentina)

Eduardo Bertoni (CELE, Universidad de Palermo).

 

17.00 – Evolution of Data Protection in Latin America: the next decade (Spanish)

Brazil, Danilo Doneda (Brazil, IS)

Colombia, Nelson Remolina (Universidad de los Andes, Colombia)

Argentina, Pablo Palazzi (san Andres)

Chile – Carlos J. Lara (Derechos digitales) 

Venue and date

Universidad de San Andres, Facultad de Derecho, sede campus Victoria.

Vito Dumas 284, Victoria Buenos Aires, Argentina, Agardy Room in Edificio Mario Hirsch.

Friday, November 29, 2013 – 9 am – 18 pm

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Speaker Bios

Ramiro Álvarez Ugarte. Director Área de Acceso a la Información y Privacidad de la ADC. Es abogado y tiene un master en Derecho (LLM) por la Universidad de Columbia (2009), donde fue becario Fulbright y Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. Se ha desempeñado como abogado de la Relatoría Especial para la Libertad de Expresión de la CIDH (2009-2011). Es profesor de derecho constitucional en la Universidad de Palermo y en la Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Carly Nyst is the Head of International Advocacy at Privacy International, an organisation dedicated to fighting for the right to privacy across the world. Carly is an Australian-qualified lawyer and was previously Advisor to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights.

Pablo Palazzi is a Professor of Law at San Andres University and an expert in computer law and data protection law. He has an LLM from Fordham Law School and a JD from UCA, Buenos AIres, Argentina.

Joel R. Reidenberg is the inaugural Microsoft Visiting  Professor of Information Technology Policy at Princeton University (2013/14) and holds the Stanley D. and Nikki Waxberg Chair in Law at Fordham University where he founded the Center on Law and Information Policy.  Professor Reidenberg teaches courses on Information Privacy Law, Internet Law and Intellectual Property Law.  Reidenberg’s published books and articles explore both information privacy and information technology law and policy. He has served as an expert adviser to the U.S. Congress, the Federal Trade Commission and the European Commission. Professor Reidenberg has also chaired the Section on Defamation and Privacy of the Association of American Law Schools (the academic society for American law professors) and is a former chair of the association’s Section on Law and Computers. At Fordham, Reidenberg has served as the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs / Associate Chief Academic Officer of the University and previously served as President of Fordham University’s Faculty Senate.  Reidenberg received an A.B. degree from Dartmouth College (1983), a J.D. from Columbia University (1986), and a Ph.D in law from the Université de Paris –Sorbonne (2003). He is admitted to the Bars of New York and the District of Columbia.

Nelson Remolina Angarita es abogado y especialista en derecho comercial de la Universidad de los Andes. Master en Leyes del London School Of Economics and Political Sciences. Doctorando en Ciencias Jurídicas de la Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Profesor Asociado de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá , Colombia). Cofundador  (2001) y director del Grupo de Estudios en internet, Comercio Electrónico, Telecomunicaciones e Informática (GECTI) de la Universidad de los Andes. Cofundador (2008) y director del Observatorio Ciro Angarita Baron de la Protección de Datos en Colombia.

Enrique Chaparro es presidente de Fundación Vía Libre, una organización no gubernamental que trabaja en el campo de las correlaciones entre tecnología y derechos fundamentales. Es especialista en seguridad y arquitectura de sistemas de información. Estudió matemática en la Universidad de Buenos Aires, en la University of Waterloo y en Royal Holloway.