Session chaired by Mr. Adam Phillips, Managing Director, Real Research
Europe is currently overhauling its regulatory framework governing the entire digital economy. From the General Data Protection Regulation, to the proposed reform of the ePrivacy and Copyright Directives, Europe's decisions will impact the ability of research.
New technological advances are giving rise to new methods of research using techniques like big data, data mining, data fusion, social media listening, including passive research using connected devices.
These methods are making it possible for researchers to deliver faster actionable insights for decision-makers. But are there are any risks to these fast developments? Are citizens aware what's being done in the name of research? Do citizens still trust researchers to conduct responsible research that protects their privacy?
Join Europe's leading privacy experts to discuss how we can maintain trust and confidence in digital research to ensure it retains its social value.