How to put up with anxiety when we figure out that authorities know exactly where we have been, without us being aware that we have been subject to surveillance at all? Should we make a complaint, when, and to whom? Or should we just say it is a matter of the “new normal” to be under surveillance, both in the streets and on the internet, because authorities must fight against organized crime and terrorism?
For which purposes ‘ real-time’ remote biometric identification systems shall be used for? Who is supposed to mitigate the doubts and fears of the citizens and make and implement a clear balance between privacy and public interest, when we speak about the processing of our biometric data? Where do we stand in Europe and were in Serbia?
JPM Partner Ivan Milosevic will be discussing the topic “Processing of Biometric Data – how and to which extent?” and challenging the attendants to find answers to those and similar questions, at the LAW AND INNOVATIONS conference, on December 3rd– 4th, at ENVOY conference center in Belgrade.
More about the event at Pravo i inovacije (pravoinovacije.rs)