NGIoT Webinar: Physical Audience Measuring Technologies and Privacy Concerns

When:
June 26, 2020 @ 3:00 pm Europe/Zurich Timezone
2020-06-26T15:00:00+02:00
2020-06-26T15:15:00+02:00

ngiot-webinarNGIoT Webinar: Physical Audience Measuring Technologies and Privacy Concerns – Analysis of the technological landscape and suggested best practices for the industry

The event will be structured as follow:

  • Giulio Messori (CRCLEX)“People counting systems and urban analytics through image detection”
  • Francesco Carparelli (Luxottica)“SDK, Beacon and bidstream”
  • Marco Emanuele Carpenelli (IIP)“Analysis on the legitimacy of the processing of data collected through AM technologies; notes on the aggregation and further processing of data”
  • Luca Milanesi (fabbricadigitale) – “Security and Data Protection Impact Assessment”

Hosts: Pasquale Annicchino (AS), Francesco Capparelli (IIP) and Alice Audino (IIP).

Technologies capable of detecting, measuring or counting individuals are now a reality. While the prospects and market for the Audience Measuring (AM) business are growing rapidly, there are still many doubts about the impact on the privacy of EU citizens. Above all: where does the border of ‘detection’ end and where does the border of ‘recognition’ begin?

The whitepaper discussed is the result of a research and analysis of the most troublesome privacy impacts that AM technologies may present. In particular, this work consists of: (i) a technical description of some AM technologies; (ii) a study and systematisation of the current decisions, measures and judgments (case law) on the matter by data protection authorities; (iii) an analysis of other relevant technical studies; (iv) the sharing of some (non binding) guidelines.

The study was born from a component of Italian professionals willing to extend the dialogue on an European scale, since this is certainly the scope of the AM technologies market and – above all – this is the jurisdiction where common rules such as the EU Regulation n. 679/2016 (General Data Protection Regulation) operate.”

Participants could access for free through this link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/948448653