We are offering live, online access to the morning plenary sessions of our in-person data law event on 27 May. For the in-person version of the event click here. The online programme is below. You will be able to interact with the panels via Q and A, though please note we are not offering post event access to recordings. You will need to attend via Zoom at the time the sessions are running, with the exception of the ‘How can individuals guard against data misuse?‘ session which will be recorded and accessible post-event to all delegates. MAY 27th, 2022 10.00: Introduction Andrew Hood, Fieldfisher 10.05-11.00: Key principles of data protection law Khatija Hafesji, Monckton Chambers Christopher Knight, 11KBW Alex Lawrence-Archer, AWO Legal 11.00-11.30: Break 11.30-12.00: Why does data matter for algorithmic decision-making? This introductory session will explain the difference between data and algorithmic decision-making, and will seek to explain how datasets are used for machine-learning. What are the dangers of this system? Tatiana Kazim 12.00-12.30: What is the difference between EU GDPR and UK GDPR and why does that matter post-Brexit? Eleonor Duhs, BatesWells 12.30-13.00: Is immigration enforcement within the scope of GDPR? Kuba Jublanowski, University of Exeter Julianne Kerr Morrison, Monckton Chambers How can individuals guard against data misuse? This workshop will be delivered remotely before May 27th (final date and time TBD) and is included in the hybrid offering. Please email the Events Team with any ticket and programme queries. Please note we do not accept invoices for student bookings – you must pay by credit / debit card. Events 27 May 2022 10:00 am - 1:30 pm Book now Standard TicketPrice: £35.00VAT: £0.00Total: £35.00Student ticketPrice: £10.00VAT: £0.00Total: £10.00 ShareClick to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Book a place Bookings are closed for this event.