How do different cultural frameworks and legal regulations influence whether or not we decide to disclose our personal data? What factors interact with each other to shape our reception of data protection? Is, for example, a Japanese citizen more likely to disclose their personal data than a Ghanaian one? And why or why not is this so?
Registration is now open for the bidt project’s "Vectors of Data Disclosure" conference on 27th and 28th June in Munich, where we will discuss this and further questions of individual data disclosure on a worldwide scale. Researchers from the participating disciplines of cultural studies, business information systems and law including Sabine Trepte (University of Hohenheim), Lothar Determann (Baker McKenzie / FU Berlin), Hanna Krasnova (University of Potsdam), Lemi Baruh (Koc University Istanbul), Normann Witzleb (Chinese University of Hongkong and Monash University Australia) and Jens Grossklags (TU Munich) will present and debate their different perspectives with other international experts.
The project team has already published several legal and cultural reports in the IRDG's Research Paper Series, the results of which it will present at the conference, among others.
The registration for the conference is now possible.