Many countries are currently seeking to regulate Big Data, which is a challenging activity due to the field's constantly evolving nature. Our expert panel will discuss the topic from a variety of perspectives, including the legal and constitutional frameworks, governance, transparency and privacy standpoints.
This panel discussion will be of interest to anyone who works in the data science/analytics field, and whose organisation deals with Big Data policy, or to those who are concerned with the policy and legal questions relating to regulating this ever-changing area.
- Professor Louis De Koker, Chair in Law, Deakin University, Program Lead: Law and Policy, Data to Decisions CRC
- Professor Danuta Mendelson, Chair in Law (Research), Deakin University, Key Researcher: Law and Policy, Data to Decisions CRC
- Professor Pompeu Casanovas Romeu, Professorial Research Fellow, Deakin University, Key Researcher: Law and Policy, Data to Decisions CRC
- Mr David Watts, Commissioner for Privacy and Data Protection, Office of the Commissioner for Privacy and Data Protection, Key Researcher: Law and Policy, Data to Decisions CRC