Freedom Not Fear 2016/Schedule

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Revision as of 14:55, 10 October 2016

Contents

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)
welcome and arriving time
(17:00–19:30)
coming together, open space (available) (not available) (available) (available) (available)
evening session
(19:30–20:15)
Keynote by Anne Roth, solo or possibly together with a speaker from Tactical Tech. Followed by Q&A.

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

(available) (not available) (available) (available) (available)
night time
(20:15–?)
(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)
open time
(09:00–10:00)
kick-off plenary
(10:00–11:15)
plenary
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
morning session
(11:15–12:45)
Outside: guided lobbytour through Brussels with Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO) (25 people) topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
Preparation of Monday meetings: Pad for meetings Enough is enough – let's build a Surveillance Index
• input + discussion
• Friedemann + you?
Exercise of your access rights (EU, CH, Safe Harbor, Privacy Shield)
• input + discussion
• Paul-Olivier Dehaye
lunch
(12:45–13:45)
60 minutes break
after-lunch session
(13:45–14:30)

Slots for shorter talks (ca. 30+5 mins)
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
afternoon session
(14:30–16:00)
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
CETA – our most urgent trade agreement problem right now
• short talk + discussion
• Walter
open EU web index
• talk + discussion
• Albrecht Ude
afternoon session II
(16:00–17:30)
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
evening session
(17:30–19:00)
Pre-film debate: the current state of the Data Protection Regulation and its implementation in Member States
• discussion
• Michael Ebeling?
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
Cooperation between Academia and Activism – how can we help each other?
• Short Talk + Discussion
• Max Maass
topic
• format
• person in charge
the proposed EU online contract law and its possible implications for data protection
• workshop
• Ralf Bendrath, Agustin Reyna
evening plenary
(19:00–19:30)
plenary
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
supper
(19:30–20:30)
60 minutes break
night session
(20:30–22:00)
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
the FNF night
(22:00–?)

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)
open time
(09:00–10:00)
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
morning meeting
(10:00–11:00)
plenary
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
starting session
(11:00–12:30)
topic
• format
• person in charge
“You MUST be joking … Humour and satire in privacy”
• talk
• Simon Davies
“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
lunchtime meeting
(12:30–13:00)
plenary
• moderated by Wiebke Herding
lunch
(13:00–14:00)
60 minutes break
afternoon session I
(14:00–15:00)
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
BREXIT Discussion
• talk
• Jim Killock
Lightning Talks: Present your project/campaign/initiative Acting together: Action against surveillance in EU. (project proposals welcome!) topic
• format
• person in charge
afternoon session II
(15:00–16:30)
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
evening session
(17:00–18:30)
topic
• format
• person in charge
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
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
topic
• format
• person in charge
goodbye meeting
(18:30–19:30)
plenary
Pad for feedback
supper time
(19:30–20:30)
60 minutes break
fading out – cleaning!
(20:30–22:00)

Monday (17 Oct 2016)

Monday is reserved for meetings with politicians from the Parliament and Commission staff:

approximate schedule (EU Parliament):

  • 10:00–11:30 Meeting with MEP Julia Reda & Jan Philipp Albrecht
  • 14:00–15:30 Meeting with MEP Josef Weidenholzer (EU Parliament)
  • 10:00–17:00 Time for self-organised MEP meetings (see below) (EU Parliament) – but all those registered for travel support must attend one of the above meetings, and we need to have enough people in the second meeting

self-organised MEP meetings

Feel free to arrange meetings with Members of Parliament and announce your meeting in this pad: we have room PHS 4B48 from 13:00–17.30 in visitor area a room in the actual parliament, details to follow

Please let us know if you wish to participate in any of the following meetings:

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