The Digital State | L’ État Digital is a 4 days long event. It will have an incredibly rich agenda, with 36 speakers from 15 countries exploring national strategies, regulations and governance models, and concrete case studies of what is increasingly refereed to “Digital Transformation” of the State. A quite ample range of topic will be explored, including the use of algorithmic and AI tools to automatise public services, digital identity initiatives, cybersecurity strategies, and digital sovereignty and data protection frameworks. Dr Anja Kovacs will be presenting her work on 25 March 2021.
13:30-15:00 | DE-MATERIALIZATION OF LITIGATION
Moderator: Luca Belli, FGV Law School
Judicial authority proof against the digital revolution
Speaker - Nathan Jourdaine
MARLs in administrative matters faced with the challenges of their digitization.
Speaker - Camille Bordere, Université de Bordeaux
The implementation of digital medias in administrative procedures in the Colombian legal system
Speaker - Ciro Güecha Medina, U. Santo Tomás
15:00-16:30 | DIGITAL STATE AND PERSONAL DATA
Moderator: Luca Belli
China’s New Personal Information Protection Law and its Impact
Speaker - Wei Wang, University of Hong Kong
Data sovereignty, of whom? Limits and suitability of sovereignty frameworks for data in India
Speaker - Anja Kovacs, Internet Democracy Project
Between Surveillance and Recognition: Rethinking Digital Identity Technologies in Aid | Aaron Martin, Tilburg Law School
16:30-16:45 | Closing remarks
By - Gilles Guglielmi, Centre de Droit Public Comparé
The event will be live streamed on YouTube. It can be accessed here once the event goes live.
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