Inizia oggi a Firenze il workshop “Surveilling Surveillance” – Il programma ufficiale

SMART 1st Policy Workshop Programme

Inizia oggi e si concluderà domani a Firenze, il workshop “Surveilling Surveillance” organizzato dal progetto Smart.

Ecco il programma ufficiale dell’evento:


25 September

8.30-9.00 Registration

9.00-10.30 Opening Session

– Elisabetta Cerbai, Vice Rector of the University of Florence

– Costantino Ciampi, Director of Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques -CNR

– Joseph A. Cannataci (University of Malta), Coordinator of SMART Project

Keynote speech: Stefano Rodotà (Professor emeritus, University “La Sapienza”, Rome)

coffee break

11.00-13.00 First Session – CONTEXT OF SMART SURVEILLANCE

chair: Nikolaus Forgó (Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover)

– Pierre St. Hilaire (Interpol), Use of smart surveillance in maritime piracy

– Simon Dobrišek and Vildana Sulić Kenk (University of Ljubljana), Smart surveillance technologies in border control applications

– Caroline Goemans-Dorny and Sophie Clavet (Interpol), Surveillance in Counter-terrorism, law and order

– Craig Valli (Edith Cowan University), Surveillance in consumer sector multi-purpose mobile devices

– Decislava Krusteva (Law and Internet Foundation), Surveillance in e-Government

– Fabio Martinelli (Institute of Informatics and Telematics – CNR), Privacy enhancing techniques



25-26 SEPTEMBER 2012

Aula magna del Rettorato

Piazza San Marco 4, Florence

developed in the NESSoS project.

13.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00-18.30 Second Session – LAW OF SURVEILLANCE (1)

chair: Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen)

– Invited speaker (from Italian Police)

– Joseph A. Cannataci (University of Malta), Defying the logic, forgetting the facts: the new European proposal for data protection in the police sector

– Heiner Koch, Tobias Matzner and Julia Krumm (University of Tübingen), Privacy enhancing of smart CCTV and its ethical and legal problems

– Tijmen Wisman (University of Amsterdam), The driving principles of the Internet of Things

coffee break

– Tunji Samuel Ibiyemi (University of Ilorin), Smart surveillance: our Nigerian experience

– David Koppe (University of Göttingen), Law governing surveillance

– Erich Schweighofer, Walter Hötzendorfer and Christof Tschohl (University of Wien), International data exchange between police/security authorities

21.00 – Social event

26 September

9.00-11.15 Third Session – TECHNOLOGY OF SURVEILLANCE

chair: Fabrizio Turchi (ITTIG – CNR)

– Marco Leo (Institute of Optics – CNR), Intelligent multiagent systems for surveillance applications

– Martin Drahansky (University of Brno), Latest developments in fingerprint recognition technologies

– Tommaso Magherini, Alessandro Fantechi, Alessandro Pinzuti, Enrico Vicario (University of Florence) and Christopher D. Nugent (University of Ulster), An on-line system to automated recognition of human activities

– Gemma Galdon Clavell (University of Barcelona), (Not So) Smart Cities

– Gian-Luigi Ferrari (University of Pisa), Security in pervasive computing: a (light) technology road map

– Radek Pospíšil and Milan Skrob (University of Brno), Improvement of risk area security using combined methods for biometrical identification of subjects

coffee break

11.45-14.00 Fourth Session – SOCIOLOGY OF SURVEILLANCE

chair: Sveva Avveduto (Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies – CNR)

– Daniele Mezzana (Laboratorio di Scienze della Cittadinanza) and Marija Krlic (University of Sheffield), The new context of surveillance: social regimes, emergence of human subjectivity and control technologies

– David Wright (Trilateral Research & Consulting) and Charles Raab (University of Edinburgh), Constructing a surveillance impact assessment methodology

– Daniel Trottier (University of Uppsala), ‘Post Your Photos’: policing and social media

– Matthias Rieger (University of Hannover), The mechanized operator: computer vision meets automated reason in a socio-technical system

– Christopher Parsons (University of Victoria), Joseph Savirimuthu (University of Liverpool), Rob Wipond (free-lance researcher-journalist) and Kevin McArthur (web architecture developer), ANPR: code and rhetorics of compliance

– Rosamunde Van Brakel (University of Bruxelles), Guilty until proven innocent? The ethical and social consequences of behaviour detecting smart video surveillance systems as crime prevention tools

14.00-15.00 Lunch

15.00-17.30 Fifth Session – LAW OF SURVEILLANCE (2)

chair: Joseph A. Cannataci (University of Malta)

– Christian Hawellek (Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover), Surveillance in cyberspace

– Filippo Novario (University of Piemonte Orientale), Surveillance, Cyberspace and Law. Problematic aspects and Law of informatics solutions through technical analysis of software for network monitoring and computer forensics

– Antonella Galetta (University of Bruxelles), Surveillance and the presumption of innocence: rewrite human rights or regulate the use of surveillance technologies?

– Matej Myska (Masaryk University), Retaining telecommunication data in Czech Republic: past, present and future

Conclusions by Joseph A. Cannataci, Coordinator of the SMART project

The Workshop is hosted by ITTIG- Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) with the support of IRPPS – Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies of CNR.

Programm chairs: Joseph A. Cannataci (University of Malta), Maria Angela Biasiotti (ITTIG – CNR), Sebastiano Faro (ITTIG – CNR)