is part of the interactive opening discussion of the Bonner Tage der Demokratie
[Bonn Days of Democracy] "Digitale Demokratie und Datenschutz [Digital Democracy and Data Protection]". Among the panelists is the Federal Data Protection Commissioner Ulrich Kelber. The opening discussion on 4 May will bring citizens and experts into direct exchange and create space for dialogue at eye level. Admission is free, as is the case for all events in the series. The event will take place on Zoom. Once you have registered, you will receive your access data well in advance of the event.
Wieviel Grundrechtsverlust ist mir die Nutzung von Instagram wert? [How Much Loss of Fundamental Rights is the Use of Instagram Worth to Me?]
When: 04 May 2021, 7:00 p.m. CEST
Where: via Zoom
With Ulrich Kelber
, Federal Data Protection Commissioner
- Jan Schallaböck, lawyer, law firm iRights.Law, Berlin
- Rebekka Weiß, Head of Trust & Security, Bitkom e.V.
- Thorsten Strufe, Professor for Practical IT Security, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
- Katharina Mosene, Leibniz Institute for Media Research, Hamburg
Moderation: Ute Lange
About this Event Series
This time, the Bonn Democracy Days will focus on digital democracy and data protection. Digitalisation is often perceived as the greatest threat to democracy. Are we threatened by the automation of society and politics through algorithms and artificial intelligence? Do big corporations as "data octopuses" influence democratic processes? How can we secure our personal data? And how fit are we for digital democracy?
At the Bonn Days of Democracy, citizens and experts get to talk to each other. Exciting discussions and entertainment are offered in interactive digital formats.