Since April 2013, this Chair has gathered together a multidisciplinary team of researchers from Institut Mines-Télécom (Télécom ParisTech, Télécom SudParis and Télécom Ecole de Management) working simultaneously on legal issues such as regulation and compliance, technical issues including system and data security, economic issues such as the sharing of personal information, and philosophical issues including accountability for and anticipation of social consequences.
Deveryware has been specialized for over 10 years in real-time geolocation of people and property, developing location-based applications for businesses, State departments and private individuals. For this French SME, the work of Institut Mines-Télécom Chair on Values and Personal Information Policies (bringing together researchers, the Imprimerie Nationale Group, BNP Paribas, Dassault Systemes and the CNIL – National Commission for Computer Data and Individual Liberties) provides an ideal forum for discussing with other specialists and representatives of the human, social and technical sciences. The aim is to invent the solutions of tomorrow while remaining respectful of individuals’ personal information.
Institut Mines-Télécom’s Personal Data Values and Policies Chair is presenting its research over the past year and the action that it has taken with its partners Groupe Imprimerie Nationale, BNP Paribas, Dassault Systèmes, Deveryware and the French Commission on Information Technology and Liberties (CNIL) at a public lecture on 1st April.