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Oxford Digital Data Dialogue

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  • OxfordDigital Data Dialogue

  • September 21

    12:30 pm Lunch

    2:00 pm Welcome

    2:30-5:30 pm I. Understanding the Data Deluge: What is Happening Now, What is on the Horizon, and What Issues are raised?

    provocateurs: >Ken Cukier, Japan Correspondent for the Economist, former technology correspondent, and author of its special edition on big Data >Andrew W. Wyckoff, director of the OeCDs Directorate for Science, technology and Industry

    7:00 pm Informal Dinner for participants and Guests Cherwell boat House


  • September 22

    9:00 am-12:00 pm II. the Data Deluge in the policy and regulatory Arena: Assessing regulatory and Legislative reactions and the Challenges they present for Industry

    provocateur: >David Vladeck, director, bureau of Consumer protection, U.S. Federal trade Commission

    12:00-1:00 pm Lunch

    1:00-4:00 pm III: Using Data to Understand and predict Social Dynamics: From middle eastern revolutions to Using Social media to predict relationships and market trends


  • provocateurs:

    >mark Graham, research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute

    >Sandra Gonzalez-bailon, research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute

    >Helen margetts, professor of Society and the Internet, University of Oxford

    >Charlie beckett, founding director of pOLIS, London School of economics

    >Adel Iskandar, Adjunct Instructor, Georgetown University

    4:00-4:30 pm Closing Observations

    6:00 pm OII at ten Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony (black tie) for participants and Guests Champagne reception in the balliol College Gardens

    8:00 pm Gala Dinner in balliol College Great Hall


  • Julia Angwin

    Charlie beckett

    Fred H. Cate

    Stan Crosley

    Kenneth Neil Cukier

    peter Cullen

    phillip evans

    David m. Frazee

    Sandra Gonzalez-bailon

    mark Graham

    Adel Iskandar

    Helen margetts

    Viktor mayer-Schnberger

    Jacquelynn ruff

    thomas J. tauke

    David C. Vladeck

    Kent Walker

    bradley C. Wheeler

    Andrew W. Wyckoff


  • Julia Angwin is an award-winning technology editor and columnist at The Wall Street Journal. She is also the author of Stealing MySpace: The Battle to Control the Most Popular Website in America (random House, march 2009).

    She started her journalism career as an intern at The Washington Post, followed by stints at two small wire-services in Washington D.C. She joined the San Francisco Chronicle in 1996 and was awarded a Knight-bagehot fellowship in journalism for studies at Columbia business School in 1998.

    In 2000, she joined The Wall Street Journal and began covering the convergence of technology and media. In 2003, she was on a team of reporters at The Wall Street Journal that was awarded the pulitzer prize in explanatory reporting for coverage of corporate corruption. In 2010, she led a team of reporters that chronicled the decline of online privacy in a series of articles titled What they Know that won the Gerald Loeb Award.

    She earned a b.A. in mathematics from the University of Chicago in 1992, and an mbA from the Graduate School of business at Columbia University in 2000.

    JULIAANGWINSenior Technology EditorThe Wall Street Journal

  • Charlie beckett is the founding director of pOLISa joint initiative of the London School of economics department of media and communications and the London College of Communicationaimed at working journalists, people in public life, and students in the UK and around the world. pOLIS runs a series of public lectures and seminars for journalists and the public as well as a program of fellowships and research. It has a summer school and holds conferences and publishes reports on new media and journalism, media and development, and journalism and community cohesion and public security.

    As well as being spokesperson for pOLIS, mr. beckett is a regular commentator on journalism and politics for the UK and international media. He has also presented for bbC radio 4s Analysis.

    before pOLIS, mr. beckett was a program editor at ItNs Channel 4 News editing coverage on 9/11, 7/7 and the rtS award-winning series of live News From Africa broadcasts before the G8 in 2005.

    mr. beckett was a senior producer and program editor at bbC News and Current Affairs for ten years making documentaries and news programs at On the record, public eye, panorama, breakfast News and News 24 as well as producing the bbCs 1992 election documentary and the obituary film for Harold Wilson. He started his career on local newspapers in his native South London before starting in tV at LWt. He was reuters Fellow at Oxford University where he wrote a field-work based paper on new technology and journalism in Uganda.

    CHARLIEBECKETTFounding Director, POLISLondon School of Economics

  • Fred H. Cate is a Distinguished professor at Indiana University and its maurer School of Law, where he specializes in information privacy and security law issues. He speaks frequently about these issues before industry, professional, and government groups and testifies regularly before Congress. He is the director of the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity research and the Center for Law, ethics, and Applied research in Health Information.

    mr. Cate is a member of microsofts trustworthy Computing Academic Advisory board, the National Academy of Sciences Committee on technical and privacy Dimensions of Information for terrorism prevention and Other National Goals, and the research Steering Committee of the Center for Identity management and Information protection. He also serves as reporter for the American Law Institutes project on principles of the Law on Government Access to and Use of personal Digital Information.

    mr. Cate is the author of many books and articles, including The Internet and the First Amendment, Privacy in the Information Age, and Privacy in Perspective, and he appears frequently in the popular press.

    FRED H.CATEDistinguished ProfessorIU Maurer School of Law

  • Stan Crosley is a principal in privacy and Information management Services and Crosley Law Offices, LLC, and the former chief privacy officer of eli Lilly and Company. In 1998, he initiated Lillys global privacy program, which received the 2007 Innovation Award from the International Association of privacy professionals. mr. Crosley co-founded and served as chairman of the board of directors of the International pharmaceutical privacy Consortium. He is the co-director of the Indiana University Center for Law, ethics, and Applied research in Health Information.

    mr. Crosley serves on the boards of the Indiana Health Informatics Corporation, the International Association of privacy professionals, and the privacy projects, and is a member of the brookings Institute experts Committee on Active medical product Surveillance. He is a graduate of Hillsdale College with a b.S. in biology/Chemistry and of Indiana University maurer School of Law, where he received a J.D. with honors.

    STANCROSLEYPrincipalPrivacy and Information Management Services

  • Kenneth Neil Cukier is the tokyo correspondent of The Economist and the author of the papers 14-page cover story the data deluge in 2010 about how information is transforming business, government, and society. earlier, he was the papers global technology correspondent in London, where he focused on innovation, intellectual property, and Internet governance. previously, he was the technology editor of The Asian Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong and a regular commentator on CNbC Asia; earlier still he worked at The International Herald Tribune in paris. From 2002 to 2004 mr. Cukier was a research fellow at Harvard Universitys Kennedy School of Government, where he worked on the Internet and international relations. His writings have also appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Prospect, The Financial Times, and Foreign Affairs, among others. He has been a frequent commentator on business and technology matters for CbS, CNN, Npr, the bbC and others. mr. Cukier serves on the board of directors of International bridges to Justice, a Geneva-based NGO promoting legal rights in developing countries. He is a board director of the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan. Additionally, he serves on the board of advisors to the Daniel pearl Foundation.

    KENNETHCUKIERTokyo CorrespondentThe Economist

  • peter Cullen serves as Gm trustworthy Computing and chief privacy strategist at microsoft Corp., where he is directly responsible for managing the development and implementation of programs that bolster the privacy and trustworthiness of microsoft products, services, processes, and systems worldwide. mr. Cullen leads microsofts privacy group as well as teams of online safety, geopolitical and accessibility experts, all committed to enhancing customers computing experiences.

    mr. Cullen brings more than a decade of expertise in privacy and data protection to his role as well as extensive background in building sound organizational practices. In 2003, mr. Cullen was honored with the International Association of privacy professionals (IApp) Vanguard Award for privacy Innovation for his contributions to the privacy profession. before joining microsoft in July 2003, mr. Cullen served as the corporate privacy officer for the royal bank of Canada (rbC), where he was responsible for influencing