Digital Single Market
Digital Economy & Society

Digital Assembly 2017

Programme

Data Economy

A: Republic Hall, 16/06/2017 (13:30-16:00)

Data is the new fuel of the economy. The success of companies such as Google and Facebook is built on data. Data has also become key in sectors such as the automotive industry, for the health sector, and in the area of finance.

This workshop is an opportunity to have your say on how to unleash the full potential of data for Europe. It is part of a structured dialogue with Member States and stakeholders following up on the proposals of the Communication on Building a European Data Economy which describes the potential of data and sets out ways in which to optimise access to and re-use of data for the benefit of the economy and society.

The workshop consists of a panel session divided in two parts.

Panel 1 - Barriers to data access and reuse and liability issues

The panel will discuss access to, and transfer of, data as well as liability questions resulting from which emerging technologies like IoT and autonomous systems.

Panel 2 - Towards an EU framework for free flow of data and data portability

This panel will focus on unjustified or disproportionate data localisation restrictions in Member States which may be preventing the free flow of data, as well as obstacles to data portability.

If you are interested in this or related topics please register for this workshop! Your views and discussions can help shape European policies on the European data economy.

Web streaming of the session

Links and Documents

Speakers

Julia FIORETTI (Thomson Reuters, Belgium), Moderator - Data Economy Workshop
Michał BONI (European Parliament, European People's Party, Belgium), Panel 1 - Barriers to data access and reuse and liability issues
Nuria OLIVER (Vodafone, Big Data and Advanced Analytics, United Kingdom), Panel 1 - Barriers to data access and reuse and liability issues
Maria ÁLVAREZ CARO (BBVA, BBVA Research, Spain), Panel 1 - Barriers to data access and reuse and liability issues
Christiane WENDEHORST (University of Vienna, Civil law, Austria), Panel 1 - Barriers to data access and reuse and liability issues
Jorgen BODMAR (EMOTA, Belgium), Panel 1 - Barriers to data access and reuse and liability issues
Ola LANDSTRÖM (National Board of Trade, Internal Market, Sweden), Panel 2 - Towards an EU framework for free flow of data and data portability
Célia ZOLYNSKI (French Digital council (CNNum), France), Panel 2 - Towards an EU framework for free flow of data and data portability
Martin LUNDQVIST (McKinsey&Company, Sweden), Panel 2 - Towards an EU framework for free flow of data and data portability
Luukas ILVES (Permanent Representation of Estonia to the EU, Estonia), Panel 2 - Towards an EU framework for free flow of data and data portability
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