Expert conference

European Data Summit 2020

The Winner Takes It All

Der Livestream geht hier auf der Seite am 2. Oktober ab 9 Uhr weiter. Die Veranstaltung findet auf Englisch statt.

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European Data Summit 2020
European Data Summit 2020

Unsere jährlich - nun zum dritten Mal - stattfindende Veranstaltung ist ein Expertentreffen von digitalpolitischen Entscheidungsträgern, Wettbewerbsökonomen und Vertretern der Digitalwirtschaft. Überschrieben haben wir den diesjährigen European Data Summit mit dem Slogan "The Winner Takes It All". Das Motto verweist auf die Machtposition der großen digitalen Plattformen, die trotz vieler Kartellverfahren in den vergangenen Jahren eine unangefochtene Marktposition genießen.

 

Aufgrund der aktuellen Situation ist die Teilnehmerzahl auf 60 Personen begrenzt. Eine Teilnahme ist nur nach Einladung möglich.

Program

Day I - September 30

03.30pm Registration, Coffee & Croissants

04.15pm Pre session:
Assessment of the European Commission’s White Paper on Levelling the Playing Field

Carolina Dackö
Mannheimer Swartling, Sweden

04.45pm Break

05.00pm Opening Remarks
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

05.05pm Keynote
A focused, proactive and digital competition law 4.0

Peter Altmaier
Federal Minster for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

Andreas Mundt
President of the German Federal Cartel Office

05.30 –06.40pm Study Presentation
Restoring the Balance To Digital Competition

Rupprecht Podszun
Professor, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf

Philip Marsden
Deputy Chairman, Bank of England / UK Digital Competition Panel, Professor, College of Europe

Following a discussion with
Thorsten Käseberg
Head of Unit for Competition and Consumer Policy in the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

Andreas Mundt
President of the German Federal Cartel Office

06.50 –07.50pm Session I
Four Options for the Platforms at the Gate

Paul de Bijl
Radicand Economics

Oliver Bethell
Google / Director Competition
    
Andreas Schwab
Member of the European Parliament, EPP

Rebekka Weiß
BITKOM

Wolfgang Kopf
Deutsche Telekom AG

07.50 – 08.00pm Break

08.00 – 09.00pm Session II
New tool for “winner-takes-most” scenarios

Silke Hossenfelder (via video call)
German Federal Cartel Office

Marieke Scholz
European Commission, The Directorate-General for Competition

Ben Schroeter
Booking.com, Amsterdam

Natalie Harsdorf
Deputy Managing Director Austrian Federal Competition Authority

09.00 – 10.00pm Session III
When privacy meets competition

Ioannis Lianos
President of the Hellenic Competition Commission

Aline Blankertz
Stiftung Neue Verantwortung

Sebastian Louven
Louven Legal

Simonetta Vezzoso
University of Trento

Wolfgang Kerber
Philipps-University Marburg

10.00 - 10.45pm Reception

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Moderation:
Lewis Crofts
Editor in chief MLex Brussels

Pencho Kuzev
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Day II - October 1

09.00am Welcome Address

Thomas Heilmann
CDU/CSU, MP

Jaana Sinipuro
Sitra, The Finnish Innovation Fund

09.15 – 10.30am Session I
Framework for the governance of common European Data Spaces & GAIA X

Malte Beyer-Katzenberger (via video call)
European Commission

Boris Otto
International Data Space Association

Jaana Sinipuro
Sitra, The Finnish Innovation Fund

Thomas Heilmann
CDU/CSU, MP

Marco Alexander-Breit
Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

10.35 –10.45am Break

10.45 - 11.50am Session II
Two years of application of the GDPR / Empowering individuals to control their data?

Teemu Ropponen
MyData Global Finland

Frederick Richter
Stiftung Datenschutz

Paul-Olivier Dehaye (via video call)
PersonalData.IO

Matthias Pfeffer
Journalist and Producer, Co-Author Prinzip Mensch

Keynote
How can we make data institutions trustworthy and sustainable?

Jeni Tennison (video call)
Vice President & Chief Strategy Adviser, The ODI

12.00 – 12.30pm Lunch

12.30 – 01.30pm Session III
Data altruism – making data available for the common good

Barbara Prainsack
Member of the Austrian Bioethics Commission;Member of the European Group on Ethics

Dirk Brockmann
Robert-Koch-Institut / Humboldt University

Sebastian Graf von Kielmansegg
Christan-Albrechts-University Kiel

Johanna Seppänen (via video call)
Director, Findata - Health and Social Data Permit Authority, Finland

01.45 – 02.00pm Keynote

Anouk Ruhaak
Mozilla Fellow, Amsterdam

02.00 – 03.00pm Session IV
Data Trust as part of the European Strategy on Data

Anouk Ruhaak
Mozilla Fellow, Amsterdam

Martin Schallbruch
Deputy Director, Digital Society Institute Co-Chair, Commission on Competition Law

Malte Beyer-Katzenberger (via video call)
European Commission, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology

Shiv Malik
Head of Growth at Streamr, a co-founder of the Intergenerational Foundation think tank

03.00 –03.15pm Break

03.15 – 04.15pm Session V
How the re-use of Open Data helps address COVID-19

Lucia Chauvet (via video call)
OECD, Paris

Paul Maassen / Helen Turek
Open Government Partnership

Jeni Tennison (via video call)
Vice President & Chief Strategy Adviser, The OD

Ania Calderon
Executive director, International Open Data Charter

04.15 – 05.15pm Session VI
Boosting the EU Data Strategy: a human-centric approach to Personal Data Spaces

Antti Poikola
MyData Global Board, Technology Industries of Finland

Viivi Lähteenoja (via video call)
City of Helsinki

Ingrid Schneider
University of Hamburg

Thorsten Dittmar
polypoly

05.30pm Keynote

Cory Doctorow
Activist, science fiction author and co-editor of the blog Boing Boing

Following a discussion with
Walter Palmetshofer
Open Knowledge Foundation Germany

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Moderation
Pencho Kuzev
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Miriam Schröder
„Background Digitalisierung & KI“, Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin

Marie Jansen
Capgemini

Leonard Mack
Fraunhofer FOKUS

Pavel Usvatov
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Day III - October 2

Dieser Teil der Veranstaltung findet in der Vertretung der Europäischen Kommission (Unter den Linden 78, 10117 Berlin) statt.

 

09.00 –09.15am  Keynote
Single market for open data with a coherent regulatory regime

Thierry Breton (via video call)
Commissioner, European Commission

Moderation
Pencho Kuzev
Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Victoria Boeck
Techologie Stiftung Berlin

09.15 –09.30am  Keynote

Eline Chivot
Center for Data Innovation

09.30 –10.30am Session I
The scope of the high value datasets / How common is the list /Approach on HVD potentially identified on the side of public undertakings

Michal Kubáň  
National Open Data Coordinator, Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic

Jiri Pilar (via video call)
European Commission

Anna Ludin
Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

Martin Semberger
Federal Ministry for digital and Economic Affairs,Austria  

10.30 – 11.30pm Session II
Essential elements of the delegated act at the EU-Level

Szymon Lewandowski
European Commission

Simon Chignard
Conseiller stratégique data chez Etalab

Lina Bruns
Fraunhofer Institut
    
Klímek Jakub
Technical lead / Open Data Task Force, Czech Republic

11.30 – 12.30pm Session III
Unlocking the value from data held by public sector bodies the use of which is conditional on the respect of rights of others

Heiko Richter
Max-Planck-Institut

Eileen Fuchs
Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community, Germany

Andrea Katalin Tóth (via video call)
European Commission​​​​​​​

Andreas Hartl
Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

12.30 – 01.00pm Lunch

01.00 - 01.45pm The Open Data Institute – Experiences and Lessons learned

Jeni Tennison (via video call)
Vice President, The ODI

01.45 - 03.00pm Reception

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Venue

Akademie der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V.
Tiergartenstraße 35,
10785 Berlin
Deutschland

Alternative venue

Hinweis: Am dritten Tag findet die Veranstaltung in der Vertretung der Europäischen Kommission (Unter den Linden 78, 10117 Berlin) statt.

Arrival

Speakers

  • Peter Altmaier
    • Malte Beyer-Katzenberger
      • Thierry Breton
        • Lewis Crofts
          • Philip Marsden
            • Rupprecht Podszun
              • Andreas Schwab

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                Europäische Kommission Vertretung in Deutschland