The University of Surrey, Brunel University of London and NEMODE are accepting submissions for the SRIBE Legal Workshop entitled To Score and to Protect? Credit Risk Analysis using Big and Open Data meets Privacy. The workshop will be held June 23, 2016 at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London, UK.
More information about the call is available here:
Please submit an abstract (approx. 400 words) or paper (max. 5,000 words, complete or in draft form) before May 30th, 2016, to email@example.com with the subject line “SCRIBE Legal Workshop”.
SCRIBE (Semantic Credit Risk in Business Ecosystems) is an EPSRC-funded research project uniting experts in computer science, statistics and information law. This workshop aims at bringing together the credit risk industry, regulators, policy-makers, legal practitioners, academics in connected fields and representatives of civil society to reflect on those challenges with a view to beginning to resolve key tensions and influence future directions not only in policy, but also in practice: SCRIBE’s legal recommendations are to be incorporated into the project’s final product.