Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna is a Senior Counsel for Global Privacy and EU data protection law at the Future of Privacy Forum and former legal officer for the EDPS (Brussels). She holds a PhD in data protection law.

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Lisa LeVasseur is an MBA technologist with a background in Computer Science and Philosophy. Lisa began strategic work in cellular telecom industry standards in the late ‘90s while at Motorola. Since then, she has participated in 3GPP, 3GPP2, MEIF, WAP Forum, IETF, W3C, IEEE and Kantara Initiative. 

The Me2B Alliance is setting the standard for respectful technology. It is backed by a group of software engineers, policy analysts, UX experts, business and philanthropic leaders who are committed to giving individuals more say in how technology treats people.

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Sille Sepp serves as the Programmes Lead for MyData Global, an international nonprofit aiming to empower individuals by improving their right to self-determination regarding their personal data.

With a background in Sociology and Urban Governance, Sille is especially keen to explore the MyData concept in the urban context, and the implications of digital technologies and the data economy on society.

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Elizabeth Renieris is the Founding Director of the Notre Dame IBM Technology Ethics Lab, a Technology and Human Rights Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, and a Fellow at Stanford’s Digital Civil Society Lab. She’s an expert in cross-border data governance, and the ethical and human rights implications of emerging technologies.

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Gam Dias is a partner at 3PointsDIGITAL, part of the MSQ Group of Digital Agencies, where he is growing the Data Strategy and Personal Data practice. Gam previously co-founded e-commerce consultancy First Retail, and prior to that was Head of Data Strategy at Aviva Insurance. He is also an associate professor at IE Business School.

Gam has been an active member of the MyData Madrid community since its inception in late 2019, and we use our past debates as a starting point, eventually touching on a few hot topics: personal agency, privacy vs convenience, personal data stores, and reinventing digital marketing. 

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Dr. Augustine Fou is a digital marketer of 25 years, currently working as an independent cybersecurity and ad fraud investigator. He was Chief Marketing Science Officer at the Advertising Research Foundation and Group Chief Digital Officer at Omnicom’s Healthcare Consultancy Group.

Dr. Fou taught digital marketing at NYU and Rutgers University and he got his PhD, at the age of 23, in Materials Science & Engineering from MIT.

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