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6 March


19:00: Informal get-together
20:00: Dinner

7 March

8:00: Registration, coffee and tea
8:30: Welcome – we start!
8:45: Keynote
9:20: AI & Regulation – Workshops
Workshop 1: “AI & Privacy Concerns – the view of the Authority”, Michael Will (BayLDA) & Axel v. Walter, GvW, Germany
Workshop 2: “AI & EU-GDPR“, Federico Marengo, White Label Consultancy, Norway/Italy
10:20: Round-up and coffee
11:00: Advertising, Teenagers & Privacy – Workshops
Workshop 1: “Profiling/Advertising/Dark Patterns (Deep Fakes)“, Simon Menke, Otto Group & Nino Tlapak, Dorda, Austria
Workshop 2: “Tik Tok et al. – Privacy & Kids”
12:00: Lunch
14:00: Data Space & Governance – Workshops
Workshop 1: “EU Space Data Space“, Emanuel Mondon, Member of the European Centre for Space Economy and Commerce (ECSECO) & Cécile Théard-Jallu, De Gaulle Fleurance, France
Workshop 2:
14:30: Round-up and coffee
15:00: Panel discussion “Data Flows internationally (when will Schrems III attack teh new EU-US Privacy Shield?)”
16:00: End of program, finger food and drinks
18:45: Meet & greet
20:00: Dinner

8 March

8:30: Coffe and tea
9:00: Keynote
9:45: Global Privacy Laws & Adequacy – Workshops
Workshop 1: “India and Asia’s new privacy laws: Are they adequate and will EEA companies comply?“, Sajai Singh, J. Sagar Associates, India
Workshop 2
10:45: Round-up and coffee
11:15: Back to basics (principles we are still struggling with…) – Workshops
Workshop 1: “What is a legitimate interest?” (GDPR Article 6(1)(f)) and “how can a purely commercial interest be legitimate?” based on case C-621/22″ – Lee Bygrave, Rob van Eijk & Cécile Théard-Jallu
Workshop 2: “What is considered special categories of personal data in light of the Grindr (and more)“, Malin Tønseth & Kristin Haram Førde, Bull, Norway
12:15: Round-up and coffee
12:45: Lunch in the winter sun
14:15: Privacy & Tech – Workshops
Workshop 1: “Privacy AI ChatBot“, Georg Krog, Signatu, Zuoz
Workshop 2
15:15: Round-up and coffee
15:45: Panel discussion – “Cyber Security Incidents & Privacy”
16:45: End of programme
18:00: Meet & greet
19:00: Dinner


Lukas Bühlmann

Lukas Bühlmann is partner and co-head of MLL-Legal’s digital, data privacy & e-commerce group. He advises and represents a broad range of Swiss and international clients in the internet and e-commerce sector, in the health sector, in the tourism industry as well as for public transport providers. He regularly advises clients in data protection, e-commerce,  advertising as well as numerous legal aspects of the digital economy. In 2019, he has been appointed Legal Expert to the International Trade Centre (Geneva) and advises the ITC as well as a foreign governments on legislative projects with regard to data protection as well as cybersecurity.

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Kristian Foss

Kristian Foss heads the privacy practice in Bull & Co Lawfirm, Norway, where he is a partner. He is a member of the Expert Committee for ICT law at the Norwegian Center for continuing legal education with more than 20 years of experience from IT and technology law. His main legal focus is data protection and IT-contracts. Kristian served two years as president in IT IP Law Group Europe, is member of Itechlaw and co-initiator of the Alpine Privacy Days in Switzerland. Kristian’s experience as an in-house lawyer, negotiator, entrepreneur and board member has given him a commercial and solution-oriented approach legal support of business objectives. Bull & Co is a modern and industry focused law firm with a strong privacy, technology and intellectual property group.

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Kristin Haram Førde

Kristin Haram Forde is a partner in Bull & Co Lawfirm, Oslo Norway, with more than 20 years of experience from IT and technology law. Kristin is a member of the Board of Directors at Bull & Co, and co-founder (together with Kristian Foss) of the Privacy Factory, which is Bull’s website for privacy matters. She is a member the professional committee for Data Privacy in the Norwegian Bar Association. She regularly gives lectures on privacy and technology matters, and she is considered an inspiring and knowledgeable lecturer. She is a mentor for students and an external examiner for the Masters’ theses in Technology and Data Privacy law at the Faculty of Law, University of Oslo. Her main legal focus is data protection and technology matters, with a special interest in use of data and data flows. She is co-organizer of the Alpine Privacy Days in Switzerland. Bull & Co is a modern and industry focused law firm with a strong privacy, technology and intellectual property group.

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