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Data-driven personalisation and the law - a primer: collective interests engaged by personalisation in markets, politics and law

Data-driven personalisation and the law - a primer: collective interests engaged by personalisation in markets, politics and law
Data-driven personalisation and the law - a primer: collective interests engaged by personalisation in markets, politics and law
Interdisciplinary Workshop on ‘Data-Driven Personalisation in Markets, Politics and Law' on 28 June 2019

Southampton Law School will be hosting an interdisciplinary workshop on the topic of ‘Data-Driven Personalisation in Markets, Politics and Law' on Friday 28 June 2019, which will explore the pervasive and growing phenomenon of ‘personalisation’ – from behavioural advertising in commerce and micro-targeting in politics, to personalised pricing and contracting and predictive policing and recruitment. This is a huge area which touches upon many legal disciplines as well as social science concerns and, of course, computer science and mathematics. Within law, it goes well beyond data protection law, raising questions for criminal law, consumer protection, competition and IP law, tort law, administrative law, human rights and anti-discrimination law, law and economics as well as legal and constitutional theory. We’ve written a position paper, https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/428082/1/Data_Driven_Personalisation_and_the_Law_A_Primer.pdf which is designed to give focus and structure to a workshop that we expect will be strongly interdisciplinary, creative, thought-provoking and entertaining. We like to hear your thoughts!

Call for papers! Should you be interested in disagreeing, elaborating, confirming, contradicting, dismissing or just reflecting on anything in the paper and present those ideas at the workshop, send us an abstract by Friday 5 April 2019 (Ms Clare Brady C.L.Brady@soton.ac.uk ). We aim to publish an edited popular law/social science book with the most compelling contributions after the workshop.

Prof Uta Kohl, Prof James Davey, Dr Jacob Eisler

Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, big data analytics, personalisation , personal autonomy , free will , data privacy, data protection , predictive profiling, human rights, equality , freedom of expression , Recommender System, recommender systems, customization, stereotype, consumer protection , choice architecture, Behavioral approach, Collaborative filtering, content filtering, consent, GDPR, nudge
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Kohl, Uta, Davey, James and Eisler, Jacob (2019) Data-driven personalisation and the law - a primer: collective interests engaged by personalisation in markets, politics and law. Data-Driven Personalisation in Markets, Politics and Law, Southampton, United Kingdom. 28 Jun 2019. pp. 1-17 .

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Interdisciplinary Workshop on ‘Data-Driven Personalisation in Markets, Politics and Law' on 28 June 2019

Southampton Law School will be hosting an interdisciplinary workshop on the topic of ‘Data-Driven Personalisation in Markets, Politics and Law' on Friday 28 June 2019, which will explore the pervasive and growing phenomenon of ‘personalisation’ – from behavioural advertising in commerce and micro-targeting in politics, to personalised pricing and contracting and predictive policing and recruitment. This is a huge area which touches upon many legal disciplines as well as social science concerns and, of course, computer science and mathematics. Within law, it goes well beyond data protection law, raising questions for criminal law, consumer protection, competition and IP law, tort law, administrative law, human rights and anti-discrimination law, law and economics as well as legal and constitutional theory. We’ve written a position paper, https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/428082/1/Data_Driven_Personalisation_and_the_Law_A_Primer.pdf which is designed to give focus and structure to a workshop that we expect will be strongly interdisciplinary, creative, thought-provoking and entertaining. We like to hear your thoughts!

Call for papers! Should you be interested in disagreeing, elaborating, confirming, contradicting, dismissing or just reflecting on anything in the paper and present those ideas at the workshop, send us an abstract by Friday 5 April 2019 (Ms Clare Brady C.L.Brady@soton.ac.uk ). We aim to publish an edited popular law/social science book with the most compelling contributions after the workshop.

Prof Uta Kohl, Prof James Davey, Dr Jacob Eisler

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In preparation date: 2 January 2019
Accepted/In Press date: 15 January 2019
e-pub ahead of print date: 14 February 2019
Venue - Dates: Data-Driven Personalisation in Markets, Politics and Law, Southampton, United Kingdom, 2019-06-28 - 2019-06-28
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, big data analytics, personalisation , personal autonomy , free will , data privacy, data protection , predictive profiling, human rights, equality , freedom of expression , Recommender System, recommender systems, customization, stereotype, consumer protection , choice architecture, Behavioral approach, Collaborative filtering, content filtering, consent, GDPR, nudge

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Local EPrints ID: 428082
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/428082
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ORCID for Jacob Eisler: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4422-5255

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Date deposited: 08 Feb 2019 17:30
Last modified: 14 Mar 2019 01:20

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