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Thursday 6 August, 11am-12noon (BST)

Big data is big business, large tech organisations have deeper insight and penetration into our lives than most governments. Yet, the big data industry is a wild west when it comes to oversight and regulation.

What data is collected about our lives on a daily basis and how much control do we really have? With vast recourses and little regulation or oversight, how do big tech companies harvest our data and how do they use it? Are we being manipulated by profit hungry individuals to our own detriment? Big data can do amazing things, but who chooses to use that data to serve the population? Who uses that data to reign?


Facilitated by

Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman and Founder, The SASIG



Craig Botwin (info), Director, Privacy and Data Governance, Enterprise Holdings

Magnus Boyd (info), Partner, Schillings International LLP

Tony Corkitt (info), CEO, Transforming Systems

Victoria Guilloit (info), Partner, Privacy Culture Ltd

Rowenna Fielding (info) Head of Individuals’ Rights and Ethics, Protecture Limited


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