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International Conference: Asian Privacy Scholars Network 2nd International Conference

The Asian Privacy Scholars Network 2nd International Conference was held.

Conference overview : Detail Information
Programme : Detail Information
Dates : 19 and 20 November 2012
Venue : Asuka Conference Hall, Meiji University
Hosted by : Centre for Business Information Ethics, Meiji University


Monday 19th November
09:00—09:30 Registration and Welcome
09:30—10:30 Keynote Speaker: Pirongrong Ramasoota (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
Online Privacy in Thailand: Public and Strategic Awareness
10:30—11:00 Break
11:00—12:30 Whon-Il Park (Kyung Hee University, Korea)
How to Protect, or Utilize, Personal Visual Information in Korea
Sinta Dewi Rosadi (University Padjadjaran, Indonesia)
Constitutional Privacy Protection: The Indonesian Experience
Takato Natsui (Meiji University, Japan)
Censorship, Burying and Mental Health in Business Office
12:30—14:00 Lunch
14:00—15:00 Lilian Edwards (Strathclyde University, UK)
International Implications of the Proposed Revision of the EU Data Protection Directive
Graham Greenleaf (UNSW, Australia and Meiji University, Japan)
100 Data Privacy Laws: Their Significance and Origins
15:00—15:30 Break
15:30—16:30 Kiyoshi Murata/Yohko Orito (Meiji University/Ehime University, Japan)
Japanese Youngsters' Social Attitude towards Privacy
Ryoko Asai/Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos (Meiji University, Japan/Uppsala University, Sweden)
The Paradoxical Nature of Privacy
18:00—20:00 Conference Banquet (Salon San, 23rd Floor, Liberty Tower, Meiji University)
Tuesday 20th November
09:00—09:45 Keynote Speaker: Roger Clarke (Xamax Consultancy, UNSW and ANU, Australia)
Consumer-Oriented Social Media as Market Opportunity
09:45—10:00 Video Presentation from David Lyon (Queens University, Canada)
10:00—10:30 Break
10:30—12:00 Daniel Trottier (Uppsala University, Sweden)
Social Networking Sites and Crowd-sourced Surveillance
Colin Bennett (University of Victoria, Canada)
Social Networking and Privacy Jurisdiction
Andrew Adams (Meiji University, Japan)
Facebook Code: SNS Platform Affordances and Privacy
12:00—13:00 Lunch
13:00—14:30 Elonnai Hickok (Centre for Internet and Society, India)
Transparency and Privacy in India
Fumio Shimpo (Keio University, Japan)
Current Developments in Japanese Data Protection Policy
Panel: Chen, Greenleaf, Hickok, Shimpo
14:30—15:00 Break
15:00—17:00 Ian Brown (University of Oxford, UK)
Data Protection and Social Networking Services
Shirley Williams (University of Reading, UK)
Do Computer Science Scholars Consider Issues of Privacy when Studying Large Twitter Data Sets?
Final Panel: Adams, Bennett, Brown, Clarke, Williams

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