Transparency and Relevancy of Direct-To-Consumer Genetic Testing Privacy and Consent Policies in the EU Xengie Doan and Fatma Dogan participated in the WOPA, ESR 9 and 8 respectively. Xengie is working on collective dynamic consent for genetic data and was interesting in exploring the WOPA topic to better understand the current state of publicly available […]
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I attended CPDP 2023 and found two events very interesting and pertinent to my thesis topic regarding user-centered digital collective consent for genetic data sharing in the EU. First, I attended a workshop on Wednesday about the Trustworthy (re)use of health data endorsed by the EHDS organized by The European Institute for Innovation through Health […]
LeADS Beneficiary University of Luxembourg is organising the 13th International Workshop on Socio-Technical Aspects in Security which will take place on 7 July 2023 as a hybrid event in Delft, The Netherlands. ESR Xengie Doan and Prof. Gabriele Lenzini are on the organising team of the event. The objective of the workshop is to stimulate an exchange of […]
ESR Xengie Doan got invited on the Ethical allies podcast that aims to uncover what really happens with ethical tech, digital rights, and more. In the episode “Data Science & Law: How Interdisciplinary Research Addresses Future Challenges”, Xengie addresses various questions on the importance of an interdisciplinary perspective in data science and law – despite […]
The fifth annual ACM FAccT conference brought together individuals interested in fairness, accountability, and transparency in socio-technical systems. It was held in-person in Seoul, South Korea and online from June 21-24 2022. Both ESR Xengie Doan attended the conference in person, along with Marietjie Botes from the University of Luxembourg who presented a paper. Xengie […]