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Data Privacy and Ethics (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Andreas Möller

wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 12:15 - 13:45 | 17.10.2022 - 03.02.2023 | C 12.006

Inhalt: Within the past 20 years, the data-centered field of computer sciences has been massively improved: data bases, search engines, data mining, distributed storage and distributed processing, virtualization, real-time simulation, sensors, etc. These technologies represent the basis for the subject field of “Big Data”, a buzz word which is in itself rather unspecific. The idea behind the term is to combine and evaluate all the available data, whether it comes from wind sensors or personal smart phones. This approach results in interesting questions regarding data privacy up to questions regarding public safety and the public good. Topics of the module: o Open Data Initiatives o The benefit of private data o Applications for a sustainable city o Legal, bureaucratic, political , technical, judicial barriers Data access – but in a legal way o Personal rights regarding data in different countries o Trust and consumer protection Technical approaches to deal with Big Data o Identification and authorization o Security gap and hazard o Access control and guidelines o Big Data in the "Cloud" A new social context for data usage o Coordination of interests o Data being a currency? o Focus on the user o ML and racism