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Surveillance Liss



Α special session under the program Living in Surveillance Societies will take place during ICIL 2012, called: Legal and social implications of surveillance-prospective for the future.

The LiSS meeting will be held in the Vice-Rector’s premises, Ionian Academy.
The official and analytical paper presentations will take place within the ICIL 2012 programme
On Saturday, 12.45-14.45. Please see the ICIL 2012 Programme.




LiSS-Surveillance in a neworked world

Program

Friday 29 June, 2012
15.30 : Welcome and start of meeting [WW1]
16.00 : Break
16.15 : Discussion on possibilities of session on Legal and social implications
of surveillance in Budapest, October 1-3, 2012
16.30 : Break
16.00-18.30 : Presentations of papers
19.00 : Dinner (paid by members)

Saturday 30 June, 2012
08.30 : Discussion cont./paper presentations
11.00 : Break
11.10 : Closing discussion
12.30 : End of meeting



Official analytical presentations of the LiSS meeting papers:
Ionian Academy, Senate Hall, Saturday 12.45-14.45pm

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Bassi Eleonora

Privacy Law Expert, Researcher
University of Turin, Italy

Paper: Data Protection and IP: Tools for Surveillance? An Open Data Analysis



Bottis Maria

Bottis Maria

Assistant Professor, Attorney-at-law
Ionian University, Greece

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She is an Honors graduate of Athens Law School in 1990. She is a holder of a LLM degree (Cambridge Law School, UK, 1991) a LLM degree from Yale Law School in 1992 and a PhD on medical information law from the University of Athens. In 2000, she was appointed a Faculty Fellow at Harvard University, Center for Ethics and the Professions (2000-2001). She is an elected member of the board of the International Society for Ethics and Technology. She has authored five books, the latest being A Defense of Intellectual Property Rights, 2009, Edward Elgar Publishing (with Professor Richard Spinello). She is also the author of many Greek and international publications on data protection, digital divide, library ethics, privacy medical/health law and others.


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Foteinou Georgia

Foteinou Georgia


University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Paper: Transnational e-government systems: A tale of European integration and surveillance
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Georgia Foteinou is an expert in IT strategy, working in EU development projects in South and Eastern Europe. She has studied Business Administration and Computer Science at the University of Patras, Greece. Currently, she is completing her studies in ‘European Politics and Society’ at the University of Oxford, UK. Her research interests include e-Government adoption analysis, networked governance, trans-national e-Government systems and reo-organization of the public sector using ICT.

Paper: Transnational e-government systems: A tale of European integration and surveillance

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Galdon-Clavell Gemma

Programme Director
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

Paper: CCTV in Spain: radiography of the fearful city



Katrougalos George

Katrougalos George

Associate Professor
University of Thrace, Greece

Paper: Surveillance in USA and Europe and jurisprudence: the evolution of case law
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Constitutionalist and international lawyer, Associate Professor of Public Law (Demokritos University of Thrace, President of the Department of Social Administration), Mediator and Arbitrator of the Greek Organization for Mediation and Arbitration Services (O.ME.D).

George Katrougalos was born in Athens in 1963. He is married to Iris Adamopoulou, with whom he has two little daughters, Chloe and Avghi. He has obtained his Law School Degree from Athens University (1985) and his master (D.E.A -1986-) and Doctorate in Public Law from the University Paris I-Sorbonne (1990). His thesis (summa cum laude) had as theme The legitimation crisis of the Administration. The case of Greece (Paris I-Sorbonne, Paris, 1990, Sakkoulas Brs. Publishers, 1994, Athens). In 1994-1995 he has been visiting professor at Roskilde University, Denmark, under a fellowship of the Danish Research Academy. In 1998-2000 he taught public law at the University of Orleans, France, branch in Athens. In 2007 he has been visiting researcher at the Law School of New York University, as an Emile Noel fellow.

He is Vice-President of the Centre for Educational Research. He has been the first President and CEO of Vocational Training S.A (2002-2003), a public organisation of the Greek Ministry of Labour and Social Security, and member of the Management Board of the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (CEDEFOP), the EU agency specialized in vocational training policy.

He has worked on research projects of the Council of Europe, the American Bar Association (CEELI Project), the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, the French National Center of Research (C.N.R.S.), the Institute of Greek Constitutional History and Constitutional Law, and the University Research Center of Social Security, Health and Assistance of the Law School of Athens (deputy member of its council of administration 1995-1996). He has worked, as international expert, in various projects of institutional building in Uzbekistan (1997, 2005), FYROM (2000), Slovakia (2004), Syria (2003), Armenia (2004). In 1998 and 1999 he has offered legal consulting to the Albanian Parliament for the drafting of the new Albanian Constitution and in 2000 was Coordinator of the Stability Pact Programme Institutional Support to the countries of Southern Europe of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs-CECL. He has worked as special legal advisor to the Greek Minister of Education (1994, 1997-2002). He has represented Greece as legal advisor to the 3d Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations (2000-2003) and was member of the advising group of the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the drafting of the Convention on the Draft Constitution of the European Union (2003-2004).

He is the writer of many books and articles in the legal press of Greece, France, USA, Germany, Russia and Mexico. He is also editor (with Pr D. Tsatsos) of the presentation of the Albanian Constitution in Greek. Among his monographs are the following: Social Policy and Social Rights at national and international levels, Law Library, Athens, 2009 (in Greek), Fundamental Social Rights, A. Sakkoulas, Athens, 2006 (in Greek), Southern European Welfare States (with G. Lazaridis), Palgrave/Macmillan, 2003, The social state in post-modern era, A. Sakkoulas, Athens, 1998 (in Greek), Constitution, Law and Rights in the Welfare State ... and beyond, first edition Forlaget Samfundsokonomi & Plaenlaegning, Roskilde, 1995, second edition A. Sakkoulas, Athens, 1998, The Right to live the and the Right to die, Athens, Ed. Ant. N. Sakkoulas, 1993. He has also published many articles in Greek, American and European legal journals, among which: USA and social states, an Ocean apart?, European Constitutional Law Review, 4, 2, 2008, The dim perspectives of the European social citizenship, NYU Jean Monnet Paper 7 2007, Rights in the Welfare State, Jahrbuch des oeffentlichen Rechts, 1995, The implementation of social rights in Europe, Columbia Journal of European Law, Summer 1996, The rights of foreigners in Europe, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues 5, 1995, The principle of legitimate expectations, Review of the Administrative Judges, Dioikhtikh Dikh, 4/1993. Press here for some other publications.

He is responsible for the Greek electronic page at the WWW project International Constitutional Law (ICL), member of the international legal network Cyberlaw and member of the Secretariat of the Balkan Law Network Rigas. He is also member of the Greek Association of Constitutional Law and the Greek Society of Political Sciences, as well as member of the Council of the International Association of Constitutional Law, research fellow and member of the Executive Committee of the Centre for European Constitutional Law, Foundation Th. and D. Tsatsos. He is also member of the Board and pro bono legal advisor of the Greek National Committee of UNICEF.

Paper: Surveillance in USA and Europe and jurisprudence: the evolution of case law


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Kitsos Panagiotis

Kitsos Panagiotis

LLM PhD
University of Macedonia, Greece

Paper: From IMB 360 to Big Data. The evolution of Surveillance technologies and Data Protection Laws in Europe
Authors: Panagiotis Kitsos, Paraskevi Pappa
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He is a Lawyer (Court of Appeal) admitted in Ioannina Bar in 1997, specializing in civil, commercial and criminal law matters. He holds a law degree from Thessaloniki Law School (1997) Magisterexamen (LL.M) from University of Stockholm (1999), specialized in Telecommunications law. Ηe has completed his PhD Thesis in the field of privacy protection in electronic communications, in the University of Macedonia, Department of Applied Informatics. Ηe is a Member of the ITLTeam of the Univeristy of Macedonia

Paper: From IMB 360 to Big Data. The evolution of Surveillance technologies and Data Protection Laws in Europe
Authors: Panagiotis Kitsos, Paraskevi Pappa

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Koch Heiner

Koch Heiner

Research fellow at MuViT-E (Ethical aspects of pattern recognition and video tracking technologies) at IZEW (International Centre for Ethics in the Sciences),
University of Tübingen, Germany

Paper: The Dangers of Privacy in Times of Smart CCTV
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Education
since 2010 - Working on my dissertation „Ontology of Domination“, supervisor Prof. Dr. Rahel Jaeggi(Humboldt University Berlin)

2009 - Master in Philosophie, Social Sciences and Law, master thesis on „Problems of the Concept of Domination“ at Freie Universität Berlin

Work
Since 2011 - Research fellow at MuViT-E (Ethical aspects of pattern recognition and video tracking technologies) at IZEW (Internationa Centre for Ethics in the Sciences), University of Tübingen

Publication
2012 - (forthcoming) “Acceptance, Power and Social Ontology”, in “The Nature of Social Reality” (eds. Fadda, Giovagnoli, Givigliano, Stancati).

2012 - (forthcoming) “Self-determination and Responsibility as Part of the Concept of Domination”, proceedings of the Austrian Conference of Philosophy

2008 - “Methodological Individualism and the Epistemic Value of Macro-Explanations”, together with Alexander Reutlinger, in Percipi Vol. 2 2008

Paper: The Dangers of Privacy in Times of Smart CCTV

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Mitrou Lilian

Mitrou Lilian

Assistant Professor, Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering
University of the Aegean, Greece

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Dr. Lilian Mitrou, born in Athens-Greece (1964), is Assistant Professor at the Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering (University if the Aegean). She holds a PhD in Data Protection (Law School of Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt). L. Mitrou teaches electronic democracy, electronic governance,information law and data protection at the University of Athens (Dept of Law, Dept. of Political Sciences - Postgraduate Studies) as well as information law and electronic governance at the National Academy of Public Administration. She has served as a Member of the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (1999-2003) and as Adviser to the Prime Minister in sectors of Information Society and Public Administration (1996 - 2004). From 1998 till 2004 she was the national representative in the EC- Committee on the Protection of Individuals with regard to the Processing of Personal Data. She served as member of many Committees working on law proposals in the fields of data protection(transposition of Directives 95/46/EC, 97/66/EC and 02/58/EC), electronic government, electronic commerce etc. Her professional experience includes senior consulting and researcher positions in a number of private and public institutions. She published twelve books or chapters in books (in Greek, German and English) and many journal and national and international conference papers.


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Pappa Paraskevi

Pappa Paraskevi

Attorney-at-Law, Lecturer TEI Epirus
Ioannina Bar Association, Greece

Paper: From IMB 360 to Big Data. The evolution of Surveillance technologies and Data Protection Laws in Europe
Authors: Panagiotis Kitsos, Paraskevi Pappa
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She is a Lawyer registered in Ioannina Court of Appeal, member of the Ioannina Bar Association since 1999. She holds a law degree from Thessaloniki Law School (1999) and a graduate degree Magister Examen from Stockholm University (1999) specialized on European Commercial Law. She is a PhD candidate in The Law School of Thessaloniki, Department of Commercial Law and she is a Lecturer of European Law in the Department of Finance and Auditing at the Technological Institute of Epirus.

Paper: From IMB 360 to Big Data. The evolution of Surveillance technologies and Data Protection Laws in Europe
Authors: Panagiotis Kitsos, Paraskevi Pappa

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Rethimiotaki Helen

Rethimiotaki Helen

Lecturer, Law School
University of Athens, Greece

Paper: Greek State's Law from deregulation to surveillance



Rigou Marina

Rigou Marina

Journalist, Adj. Lecturer, Department of Communication, Media and Culture
Panteion University of Athens, Greece

Paper: Big Brother is (still) watching you Aspects of the new surveillance
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Marina Rigou has a BSc (1984), Department of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Athens and BA (1997) and MA (1999), Department of Communication and Mass Media of the University of Athens. She is completing a PhD on the impact of the Internet on politics and the public sphere from the Department of Communication and Mass Media of the University of Athens. She was editor of the International News Department of the portal Flash.gr from 2000 until 2003, and she taught “Political Journalism and the Internet” (2001-2004) and “Political behaviour and Mass Media” (2003-2004) in the post graduate program of the Department of Communication and Mass Media of the University of Athens. At present, she is working as a journalist at Flash news radio in Athens and she is teaching, “Radio studies” in the undergraduate program in the Department of Communication, Media and Culture of Panteion University of Athens. She has conducted researches on Internet and Mass Media. She is a member of Greek Journalists Association.

Paper: Big Brother is (still) watching you Aspects of the new surveillance

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Weber Karsten

Weber Karsten

International Center for Information Ethics ICIE
Representative of the, Germany

Paper: Surveillance, Sousveillance, Equiveillance: Googles Glasses
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University study and vocational training:
Winter term 1986/87: Begin of university study of Informatics at University of Karlsruhe, Germany
12/01/1987 - 12/31/1988: Student assistant at Research Center for Information Technology (FZI), University of Karlsruhe, Germany
Winter term 1988/89: Withdrawal from university registers without a degree.
1989 - 1991: Vocational training, management and computer technology trainee
02/06/1991: End of vocational training
01/02/1991 - 03/31/1995: Occupation as software engineer and as system administrator
Winter term 1993/94: Begin of university study of Philosophy, Informatics, and Sociology at University of Karlsruhe, Germany
01/01/1995 - 09/30/1999: Student assistant at Institute of Philosophy, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
01/01/1995 - 09/30/1999: Freelancer at Siemens AG, Karlsruhe, Germany: author of technical documentation, online help files, and WWW pages
03/25/1996: End of study with degree "Magister Artium"
04/01/1996 - 12/31/1997: Occupation in research project "Violence in the media", University of Karlsruhe, Germany
01/01/1998 - 10/30/1999: Scientific staff, Deutsch-Russisches Kolleg, University of Karlsruhe, Germany.
02/22/1999: Ph. D. in Philosophy, title of thesis "Simulation and explanation".
1999-2008: Scientific staff, Chair of Philosophy, European University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder).
12/15/2003: Postdoctoral teaching qualification (habilitation) in Philosophy.
04/20/2004: Inaugural Lecture "What is the mind? Ideas of Philosophy of Mind and their popular presentation in recent movie pictures", receiving venia legendi or Philosophy.
2004 - 2007: Head of project "Mobile Internet Services and Privacy", funded by German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
2005 - 2008: Member of Young Scientists Network of Center of Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF) at University of Bielefeld.
Since 2006: Professor for Philosophy at University Opole, Poland.
Since 2007: Adjunct Professor for Culture and Technology, Brandenburg Technical University Cottbus, Germany
2008/2009: Visiting Professor for Information Ethics and Data Protection, Technical University Berlin, Germany
2009/2010: Visiting Professor for Computers and Society, Technical University Berlin, Germany
2010/2011: Visiting Professor for Computers and Society, Technical University Berlin, Germany

Publications:
See http://www.kultur-nachrichten.de/weber/publikationen.html Νέο παράθυρο
Presentations:
See http http://www.kultur-nachrichten.de/weber/praesentationen.html Νέο παράθυρο

Paper: Surveillance, Sousveillance, Equiveillance: Googles Glasses


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