May 24th, 2018 = The last day before new EU Privacy regulation comes into force.   


The end of Privacy 1.0 – May 24th, 2018.  The last day before new EU Privacy regulation comes into force.   

May 25th marks the day privacy law starts to be enforced in the UK, and the EU.  It represents a shift to a new privacy paradigm more equipped for digital information society.  Including, new performance requirements like being able to provide consent and make personal data portable, receiving data “in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format” and receiving “meaningful information” about the logic, significance and consequences of automated decision-making.  

Come join experts and innovators as they examine the changes created by the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).

Preliminary Agenda

(Note: The Agenda below is a draft agenda and subject to change)


Time Description
13:00 Registration – The End of Privacy 1. 0
13:20 Introductions – Nicolo, Mark & Jack
13:30 British Standard Institute – PIMS standard presentation

W3C  – Privacy & Linked Data – Privacy Taxonomy for the Web

(Another presentation TBA (TBC ODI?))

15: 00 Privacy 2.0 – Data portability and data sharing

PIMs roundtable Panel

  • (Someone from ODI)
  • (TBC) DCMS
  • (TBC) Audrey Guinchard, Futures of personal data
  • Nicolo Zingales- infomediaries
  • (TBA)
16::30 Coffee break
17:00 Embedding explanation into algorithmic systems


OPAL – Thomas Hardjourno

(TBC) Vaishak Belle, University of Edinburgh- Explaining AI

Mark Lizar, Kantara – Privacy Broadcasting

(TBC) Michael Veale, UCL- Modes of explanation

18:30 Reception
19:30 Close