Privacy and Surveillance in the EU
I am in Victoria this week at the Privacy & Security 2008 conference that starts tomorrow.
Today, I am also updating the Canadian privacy commissioners on EU developments in this field. They asked my to address the latest developments in public sector and national security surveillance plans and projects, but also to give a short overview on the European privacy advocacy networks and the growing anti-surveillance movement.
Here are the slides. Feedback is of course welcome.