Open Goverment Data (OGD) has already proven to supply great potential for participation, innovation and democracy. At the same time, concerns about de-anonymising and linking public data to individuals need to be addressed. The workshop aims at bringing together experts in OGD and privacy to look for approaches avoiding potential dilemmas. A not fully confirmed workshop is planned in co-location to the Open Knowledge Conference in Berlin from June 30th to July 1st. This is the follow-up workshop to an initial workshop in Leuven in early March.
- 15:00 Introduction and 1st part
- 16.00 Coffee
- 16:30 2nd part
- 18:00 End of the workshop
Scratchpad for notes taking: http://de.okfnpad.org/opendata-privacy
Chaired by Jan Schallaböck, Javier Ruiz, Daniel Dietrich on June 29th from 15:00 to 18:00
This workshop is part of the PrimeLife Workshop Series.
When & Where
The Open Knowledge Foundation is a non-profit organization that promotes open knowledge and #opendata projects around the world.