25 September
10:00-10:30 Opening

1. Dr Wojciech Wiewiórowski, Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, Poland

2. Micha³ Boni, Minister of Administration and Digitization, Poland

10:30-11:30 I Plenary Session - Privacy as a cultural value

Moderator: Igor Janke, Salon 24 founder, Poland
1. Prof. Hiroshi Miyashita, Chuo University, Japan

2. Prof. Lee Bygrave, University of Oslo, Norway

3. Micha³ Boni, Minister of Administration and Digitization, Poland

12:00-12:30 Information from the Closed Session

Jacob Kohnstamm, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners

12:30-13:45 II Plenary Session - Reforms all over the world. Interoperability between the regions

Moderator: Marie Shroff, Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand

1. Jan Philip Albrecht, Member of the European Parliament

2. Sophie Kwasny, Council of Europe

3. Michael Donohue, OECD 4. Daniele Chatelois, APEC Data Privacy Subgroup

Stream I Stream II Stream III
14:45-16:15 Parallel Panel 1 - Mutual recognition between different data protection traditions

Artemi Rallo Lombarte, Jaume I University, Spain

1. Blair Stewart, Assistant Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand

2. Felipe Rotondo, President of the Personal Data Control and Regulatory Unit of Uruguay

3. Willem Debeuckelaere, President of Privacy Commission, Belgium

4. Giovanni Buttarelli, European Data Protection Assistant Supervisor

5. Joseph Alhadeff, Oracle
Parallel Panel 2 - Big data and data analytics for development purposes

Alexander Dix, Berlin Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom Information,

1. Jules Polonetsky, Future of Privacy Forum

2. Robert Kirkpatrick, Director of UN Global Puls

3. Günter Karjoth, Lucerne University, Switzerland

4. Dr. Sachiko Scheuing, Acxiom
Parallel Panel 3 - Privacy education in digital world

Jose Alejandro Bermudez, Data Protection Authority, Colombia

1. Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, President of the CNIL, France

2. Erin Egan, Facebook

3. Natasa Pirc Musar, Information Commissioner of Slovenia

4. Maureen Ohlhausen, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission

5. Mahamoudou Ouedraogo, President of the Commission of Data Protection, Burkina Faso

6. Sebastian Gendre, Action Innocence, Switzerland
16:30-18:00 Parallel Panel 4 - Data protection and global trade law

Christopher Wolf, Hogan Lovells US LLP

1. Rafa³ Trzaskowski, Member of the European Parliament

2. Anna Fielder, Privacy International

3. Elaine Miller, European Commission

Parallel Panel 5 - Developing tools for global compliance

Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, President of the CNIL, France

1. John McMillan, Australian Information Commissioner

2. Ann Cavoukian, Information and Privacy Commissioner, Ontario, Canada

3. Jean Gonie, Microsoft

4. Wac³aw Iszkowski, President of the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications
Parallel Panel 6 - Public access to private sector data

Katarzyna Szymielewicz, Panoptykon Foundation, Poland

1. Prof. Joel Reidenberg, Princeton University and Fordham University, United States

2. David Medine, Chairman, U.S. Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board

3. Ian Readhead, Information Association of Chief Police Officers

4. Caspar Bowden, Independent Privacy Advocate


26 September
Stream I Stream II Stream III
9:00-10:30 Parallel Panel 7 - The nexus for compliance and enforcement

Prof. Fred Cate, Hunton & Williams LLP

1. Trevor Hughes, President of International Association of Privacy Professionals

2. Rafael Garcia Gozalo, Data Protection Agency, Spain

3. Lydia Parnes, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

4. Christopher Graham, Information Commissioner, United Kingdom

5. Kostas Rossoglou, BEUC
Parallel Panel 8 - Privacy and cybersecurity

Prof. Charles D. Raab, University of Edinburgh

1. Victor Chapela, Sm4rt Predictive, Mexico

2. Prof. Karim Benyekhlef, Montreal University

3. Deborah Hurley, EPIC

4. Daniel Drewer, Europol

5. Ilias Chantzos, Symantec
Parallel Panel 9 - Assessing privacy risks to individuals

José Luis Rodríguez Álvarez, Director of Spanish Data Protection Agency

1. Richard Thomas, Centre for Information Policy Leadership, Hunton & Williams

2. Chantal Bernier, Assistant Privacy Commissioner of Canada

3. David Wright, Trilateral Research & Consulting

4. Peter Cullen, Microsoft
10:45-12:15 Parallel Panel 10 - Criminal and administrative enforcement of data protection

Ewa Kulesza, University of Lodz, Poland

1. Yoram Hacohen, Israel

2. Prof. Paul De Hert, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium

3. David Smith, Deputy Information Commissioner, United Kingdom

4. Mario Oetheimer, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights
Parallel Panel 11 - Data use within context and compatible purpose

Martin Abrams, Information Accountability Foundation

1. Prof. Haksoo Ko, Seoul National University, Korea

2. Christopher Kuner, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich Rosati LLP

3. Waltraut Kotschy, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights Vienna

4. JoAnn Stonier, Mastercard
Parallel Panel 12 - Privacy: affinity or diversity?

Peter Schaar, Federal Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information.Germany

1. David Erdos, University of Oxford

2. Sigrid Arzt Colunga, Data Protection Commissioner, Mexico

3. Richard Allan, Facebook

III Plenary Session - Privacy and technology

Moderator: Prof. Wojciech Cellary, Poznan University of Economics, Poland

1. Julie Brill, Commissioner of Federal Trade Commission, United States of America

2. Billy Hawkes, Irish Data Protection Commissioner

3. David Hoffman, Intel 

4. Christina Peters, Chief Privacy Officer, IBM Corporation 

15:45-17:15 IV Plenary Session - Actors: perspectives, roles, interests

Moderator: Reijo Aarnio, Data Protection Ombudsman, Finland

1. Jacob Kohnstamm, Chairman of the Article 29 Working Party

2. Ma³gorzata Steiner, Ministry of Administration and Digitization, Poland

3. Omer Tene, International Association of Privacy Professionals

4. Said Ihrai, President of the National Commission for Personal Data, Morocco

17:15-17:30 Closing

Francoise Le Bail, European Commission

Jennifer Stoddart, Privacy Commissioner of Canada 

Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor