Few weeks ago I had the incredible pleasure to take part in the 8th Korea Communications Conference held in Seoul on 15 and 16 May, 2012. The 8th Korea Communications Conference was hosted by the Korea Communications Commission to diagnose the current industry development by analyzing media convergence trends and to suggest new plans and vision for market businesses. This Conference brought together experts and policy-makers who shared their experience and insight for promotion in broadcasting and communications and to provide recent business information of the global market.
I spoke about the so-called right to be forgotten, which has several consequences involving both Information Privacy Rights and Information Security. You can see the full text of my keynote here, in which I sketched out the European perspective about one of the most challenging topics for the future of Law and Technology.
You can also see my Powerpoint presentation here.
Some journalist have summarized and disseminated the main thesis of my presentation. See here.
Finally I want to sincerely thank the Korea Communications Commission and the Korea Internet and Security Agency for their kind invitation to take part in this excellent forum which has been the 8th Korea Communications Conference. It was for me a pleasure to be there speaking at such a great audience.
That's a photo taken in Coex Centre of Seoul, in which I appear with Eric Ashdown, Asia Chief Security Advisor of Microsoft, who gave a keynote about privacy and security issues in cloud computing systems in the same panel in which I took part.