If you have ever used the Internet, then this an important event for you!
Austrian lawyer and privacy activist Max Schrems will hold a public lecture at INN University’s Hamar Campus on November 5th, 2019. Students and all others are welcome to attend!
The battle for privacy
Max Schrems is the founder of NOYB – European Center for Digital Rights. He is known for having fought Facebook, Google, and other Silicon heavyweights – and having won. Worried about how the U.S. handled personal data, he challenged the established " Safe Habour" agreement that let data be easily swapped between European and US technology companies. Based on Schrems' case, the EU overturned the agreement in 2015. In 2017, Forbes added him to their list of the 30 most influential people under 30 in Europe. In 2019, he brought ‘ Schrems 2’ to Europe’s highest court, complaining about the use of standard contract clauses used by Facebook to protect its data transfers under EU privacy law.
On 5 November 2019, he will hold a public lecture:
What happens to my data in this new digital world?
The lecture will be held in English in Auditorium 1 at INN University’s Hamar campus between 12:15-13:00.
Sign up for the lecture here (free of charge).
Auditorium 1 seats 250 people. First come, first serve!
Please arrive for the event early enough to be seated before the lecture begins.
We would like to thank the Norwegian Savings Banks Association for making this event possible.