Wednesday, 15. June 2022 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm Save in my calendar


Protection of data rights for citizens and users

Time: TBC

With increasingly powerful AI applications, enterprises and states are now able to collect, store, access, and analyse data in manners that influence important aspects of life. The challenge of regulators is
to strike a balance between data rights of citizens / users, and the rights for enterprises and states to make use of data in AI. The data rights for individuals, including personal data privacy, informed consent, opt-out rights, and fair use of personal data should be protected; abusive manipulation of consumer bahaviours, public opinions, or abusive surveillance should be limited. Conversely, regulators should also leave reasonable room for robust innovation and effective business strategies, and facilitate effective operation of government bureaus to deliver public services.

Part of the series
Regulating AI: Debating Approaches and Perspectives from Asia and Europe
Further dates of series
Wednesday, 25. May 2022
Wednesday, 25. May 2022
➽ Online Event
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Hongkong