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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Colour scheme

  • Red: Slots for meetings, workshops, lectures, discussions
  • Green: Plenary – gathering in the lounge
  • Blue: Breaks! Time to eat!
  • Black: other stuff

Timetable

Please add your session and make suggestions!

Issues: Privacy Shield • data protection reform • future of FNF • Fundraising challenges • EU border surveillance • data retention • international networking • net neutrality • copyright • open search index • …

Thursday (13 Oct 2016)

Do we want to have a orga pre-meeting? Is there an event in Brussels worth going to on Thursday?

Friday (14 Oct 2016)

  • this year we will have professional facilitation / moderation by Wiebke Herding
  • session formats can be: talks, discussions, workshops, lightning talk, film, building something, writing something etc.
  • each session should be documented somehow (use a pad / flip chart / whatever)
  • it's perfect to work on something specific like a press release, a letter to politicians, project proposal, blog article, contribution to an existing project, code, statement, website etc.
  • table cells marked topic • format • person in charge are open for you to announce your session!


time Kamilou café
(70 people)
conference room
(35+ people)
fair trade room
(24 people)
aquarium room
(16 people)
urban room
(16 people)
lotus room
(20 people)
17:00–19:30
welcome and arriving time
coming together, open space (available) (not available) (available) (available) (available)
19:30–21:00
evening session
(available) Keynote by Anne Roth. Followed by Q&A.

Moderator: Jennifer Baker (a.k.a. @BrusselsGeek)

(not available) (available) (available) (available)
21:00–?
night time
(available) (available) (not available) (available) (available) (available)

Cafeteria not available on Friday, but open on Saturday and Sunday

Saturday (15 Oct 2016)

time Kamilou café
(70 people)
conference room
(35+ people)
fair trade room
(24 people)
aquarium room
(16 people)
urban room
(16 people)
lotus room
(20 people)
09:00–10:00
open time
10:00–11:15
kick-off plenary
plenary
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
11:15–12:30
morning session
Cancelled: guided lobby tour through Brussels with Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) (25 people) TiSA and data protection & privacy – draft statement by Maryant & open discussion Cooperation between Academia and Activism – how can we help each other?
• short talk + discussion
• Max Maass
Preparation of Monday meetings: Pad for meetings topic
• format
• person in charge
Exercise of your access rights (EU, CH, Safe Harbor, Privacy Shield)
• input + discussion
• Paul-Olivier Dehaye
12:30–13:30
lunch
60 minutes break
13:30–14:05
after-lunch session
slots for shorter talks (ca. 30+5 mins)
topic
• format
• person in charge
Blocking of websites without court order: Portugal's questionable anti-piracy approach, now threatening to spread to other EU countries.
• Presentation followed by workshop
• Ana Barroso
topic
• format
• person in charge
• WeMove.EU - Presenting the EU-wide online campaigning group. 420,000 activists who could be mobilsed for privacy. What are our issues and how cam you work with us.
• short presentation and Q&A
• Oliver Moldenhauer
Using EU funding to increase surveillance – WTF?!
• Bogdan
topic
• format
• person in charge
14:05–14:15 10 minutes break between sessions
14:15–15:30
early afternoon session
topic
• format
• person in charge
EU-wide importance of Dutch ECtHR cases against violation of Human Rights by biometric RFID passports and ID cards by the Netherlands and EC Regulation 444/2009’
• workshop
• by Jos Hemelaar (lawyer)
An open registry of data controllers in Europe and US: Potential benefits and how we can make it happen
• short talk and discussion
• Aleksi Knuutila and Paul-Olivier Dehaye
international copyright system, safe harbours vs. p2p free communication
• Magda, Krzysztof
CETA – our most urgent trade agreement problem right now
• short talk + discussion
• Walter
open EU web search index
• talk + discussion
• Albrecht Ude
15:30–15:45 15 minutes break between sessions
15:45–17:00
late afternoon session
topic
• format
• person in charge
We do not forget: Rebooting Memopol
• workshop
• Okhin
Abolish the secret services!
• talk + discussion
• padeluun
Preparation of Monday meetings: Pad for meetings topic
• format
• person in charge
the upcoming EU e-privacy-reform
• workshop
• Ralf Bendrath
17:00–17:15 15 minutes break between sessions
17:15–18:30
evening session
Pre-film debate: the current state of the Data Protection Regulation and its implementation in Member States
• discussion
• Detlev
Drone wars
• talk
• Norbert Schepers (Rosa Luxemburg Foundation)
28 days after BEREC – about Respect My Net & how you kill Net Neutrality violations in your country
• talk
• Chris, Thomas Lohninger & Lennart Huizing
topic
• format
• person in charge
Web tool – Making the EU treaties transparent & discussable online at large & in detail | EU reform
• presentation + workshop
• Anders
the proposed EU online contract law and its possible implications for data protection
• workshop
• Ralf Bendrath, Agustin Reyna
18:30–19:45
evening plenary
plenary
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
19:45–21:00
supper
75 minutes break
21:00–22:30
night session
Film: "Democracy", the documentary on the #EUdataP reform topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
22:30–?
the FNF night

Sunday (16 Oct 2016)

time Kamilou café
(70 people)
conference room
(35+ people)
fair trade room
(24 people)
aquarium room
(16 people)
urban room
(16 people)
lotus room
(20 people)
09:00–10:30
open time
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
10:30–11:15
morning plenary
plenary
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
11:15–12:30
morning session
Net Neutrality after BEREC: finishing the template letter
• workshop
• Rena, Maryant
Simon Davies – “You MUST be joking…. Humour and satire in privacy.” An animated session on how humour can be used as a powerful tool for campaigning. – needs laptop, sound & beamer for Open Office presentation! “Surveillance Whack-A-Mole” – As activists on both sides of the Atlantic legally and legislatively challenge surveillance, the spies continue to use those legal boundaries to continue their activities. A talk on how we might combat this process of surveillance arbitrage.
• talk
• Marcy Wheeler
PrivacyCafé offered by Privacy Training Center
• Jan
EDRi network working group (pt I)
• workshop
• Evelyn (BoF)
topic
• format
• person in charge
12:30–13:30
lunch
60 minutes break
13:30–14:45
early afternoon session
topic
• format
• person in charge
Exceptional anti-terrorism conspiracy twirls with digital crack-downs
&null; Karim, Asli
BREXIT Discussion
• talk
• Jim Killock
Lightning Talks: Present your project/campaign/initiative topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
14:45–15:00 15 minutes break between sessions
15:00–16:15
late afternoon session
topic
• format
• person in charge
Preparation of Monday meetings: Pad for meetings EU smart border policy established on biometric registration and surveillance of all foreigners, visitors and EU citizens/ implications for internal total surveillance and remotely-controlled borders
• workshop
• Miek (Vrijbit)
HEAT – the Handbook for the Evaluation of Anti-Terrorism laws – A scientific method to assess the fundamental rights footprint of any surveillance legislation
• talk + discussion
• Alexander Czadilek & Thomas Lohninger
EDRi network working group (pt II)
• workshop
• Evelyn (BoF)
topic
• format
• person in charge
16:15–16:30 15 minutes break between sessions
16:30–17:45
evening session
Secret services, privacy and whistleblowing
• talk
Annie Machon (former intelligence officer for MI5, the UK Security Service)
Copyright Reform, Christmas has come early for the copyright dinosaurs
• short talk + discussion
• Walter & Diego
The fight for digital rights in Demark
• talk + discussion
• Freja
Feedback 2016 and Freedom not Fear 2017
• workshop
• Detlev
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
17:45–19:00
closing plenary
plenary
Pad for feedback
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
19:00–20:00
supper time
60 minutes break
20:00–21:00
fading out – cleaning!

Monday (17 Oct 2016)

Monday is reserved for meetings with politicians from the Parliament and Commission staff (check orga pad):

approximate schedule (EU Parliament):

  • 9:45: All participants of the EU visit will meet in front of the Visitor Centre of the EU Parliament for a group foto
  • 10:00–11:30 Meeting with MEP Julia Reda (@Senficon) & MEP Jan Philipp Albrecht (@JanAlbrecht) (EU Parliament visitor area)
  • 12:00–13:30: Meeting with Adam Thomas Bowering on terror and privacy. Mr Bowering is assistant to MEP Claude Moraes (LIBE chair, S&D, UK Labour Party, Deputy Leader of the European Parliamentary Labour Party, EPLP) (room ASP 5E1 in the actual parliament)
  • 13:30–? lunch – cafeteria / sandwich …
  • 14:00–15:30 Meeting with MEP Josef Weidenholzer (@Weidenholzer) (EU Parliament visitor area)
  • 14:30–15:00: Meeting with Mathias Vermeulen (@mathveron) copyright reform (political advisor to MEP Marietje Schaake, Liberals and Democrats, Netherlands) (room ASP 5E1 in the actual parliament)
  • 15:00–16:00: Meeting with Isabelle Vereecken (legal advisor at the Belgian Data Protection Authority since 2006) & (hopefully with) Mr. Ivan Vandermeersch (@ivandermeersch) (Privacy Commission, Secretary General of the BDMA) (room ASP 5E1 in the actual parliament)
  • 16:00–17:00: free slot …

for more information on MEPs, check europarl.europa.eu votewatch.eu or parltrack.euwiki.org

important: all those registered for travel support must attend one of the above meetings with MEP Reda & Albrecht and we need to have enough people in the second meeting with MEP Weidenholzer.

self-organised MEP meetings

Feel free to arrange meetings with Members of Parliament and announce your meeting in this pad – we have room ASP 5E1 in the EU Parliament

Mundo B house (overview)

Location on OpenStreetMap


Elevators for all levels are available as are toilets for people in wheel chairs.

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