This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 285492.

Papers & Presentations

2015

Porcedda, MG (2015), “Privacy and Security after Snowden & Charlie Hebdo: New Approaches Necessary” – Results from SurPRISE, at the State of the Union Preparatory Workshop, 13.1.2015, Florence, Italy.

Degli Esposti, S (2015), ‘Surprise: Brief overview of project results‘ presented at the 8th Computer, Privacy and Data Protection Conference (CPDP), 10-12.1.2015, Brussels, Belgium.

Nielsen, J, (2015), ‘The participatory methodology and the Decision support system (DSS)‘ presented at the 8th Computer, Privacy and Data Protection Conference (CPDP), 10-12.1.2015, Brussels, Belgium.

 2014

Peissl, W (2014), ‘EU Sicherheitsforschung – Systemgestaltung durch interdisziplinäre Beiträge’, Zivile Sicherheit. Schriften zum Fachdialog Sicherheitsforschung.

Degli Esposti, S, Santiago, E, Pavone, V (2014), ‘Aligning security and privacy: en route toward acceptable surveillance’ presented at the Joint conference of SurPRISE, PRISMS and PACT, 13-14.11.2014, Vienna, Austria.

Nielsen, J, Szenay, M (2014), ‘Involving Citizens in security policy making’ presented at the Joint conference of SurPRISE, PRISMS and PACT, 13-14.11.2014, Vienna, Austria.

Porcedda, MG (2014), ‘Citizens’ legal recommendations from SurPRISE: a litmus test for current policy initiatives?’ presented at the Joint conference of SurPRISE, PRISMS and PACT, 13-14.11.2014, Vienna, Austria.

Strauß, S (2014), ‘Privacy vs. security – a given trade-off?’ presented at the Joint conference of SurPRISE, PRISMS and PACT, 13-14.11.2014, Vienna, Austria.

Degli Esposti, S (2014), ‘Aligning security and privacy: en route toward acceptable surveillance’ presented at the VI Foro de la Privacidad del Data Privacy Institute, 24.9.2014, Madrid, Spain.

Degli Esposti, S (2014), ‘A Roadmap for Developing Acceptable Surveillance-Based Security Measures’  presented at the 9th Security Research Conference >Future Security<, 16-18.9.2014, Berlin, Germany.

Strauß, S (2014) ‘Mass surveillance within the tides of securitization?’ presented at the European Association for the study of science, society and technology – EASST 2014 conference, 17-19.2014, Torun, Poland.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V (2014), ‘Mind the gap: democratic participation, scientific enquiry and public engagement- insights from surprise project’, ESOCITE/4S joint conference, 20-23.8.2014, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Santiago, E,  Degli Esposti, S (2014), ‘Public perception of surveillance-oriented security technologies in Europe: a cross-cultural comparative analysis’ presented at the XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology – Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for Global Sociology, 13-19.7.2014, Yokohama, Japan.

Porcedda, MG (2014), ‘Sorveglianza, privacy e sicurezza in Italia: l’evento partecipativo SurPRISE’ presented at the Collegio Superiore – diploma awards ceremony, 6 June 2014, Florence, Italy.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V (2014), ‘Observando la brecha: Participación democrática, investigación social y compromiso público en el proyecto SurPrise’ presented at the IV Annual Meeting of the Social Studies of Science and Technology Network (Red esCTS), 4-6 June 2014, Salamanca, Spain.

Degli Esposti, S, Santiago, E (2014), ‘Acceptable Surveillance-Orientated Security Technologies: Insights from the SurPRISE Project’ presented at the 6th SSN Conference – Surveillance: Ambiguities and Asymmetries, 24-26.4.2014, Barcelona, Spain.

Pavone, V (2014), ‘Regulating surveillance oriented security technologies: social and political consequences of the pre-emptive surveillance in Europe’ presented at the 6th SSN Conference – Surveillance: Ambiguities and Asymmetries, 24-26.4.2014, Barcelona, Spain.

Berglez, R (2014), ‘Security and privacy: Toward balanced risk awareness: Insights from the SurPRISE Project’ presented at the 6th SSN Conference – Surveillance: Ambiguities and Asymmetries, 24-26.4.2014, Barcelona, Spain.

Porcedda, MG (2014), ‘La privacy che verrà, la privacy che vorremo’ presented at E-privacy 2014. -La privacy che verrà – Le esigenze di riservatezza e di tutela nel mondo delle tecnologie usate (ed abusate) compulsivamente, 5.4.2014, Florence, Italy.

Degli Esposti, S, Pavone, V (2014), ‘Security minus Surveillance equal Privacy-is-not-a-zero-sum-game: Insights from the Surprise project’ presented at the 7th Computer, Privacy and Data Protection Conference (CPDP), 22-24.1.2014, Brussels, Belgium.

Porcedda, MG,  Berglez, R (2014), ‘The legal limitations of the trade-off model and alternatives to it. Towards balanced risk awareness’  presented at the 7th Computer, Privacy and Data Protection Conference (CPDP), 22-24.1.2014, Brussels, Belgium.

2013

Santiago, E, Pavone, V,  Degli Esposti, S (2013), ‘Surveillance by design: rethinking security technologies through public engagement’  presented at the 4S Annual Meeting – Society for Social Studies of Science, 9-12.10.2013, San Diego, California.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V,  Degli Esposti, S (2013), ‘Pre-emptive security, surveillance technologies: the social and political implications of the new European Internal security strategy’  presented at the 4S Annual Meeting – Society for Social Studies of Science, 9-12.10.2013, San Diego, California.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V,  Degli Esposti, S (2013), ‘Public acceptability of surveillance oriented security technologies in the era of pre-emptive security: towards a democratization of risk management strategies’  presented at the 11th ESA Conference (European Sociological Association), 28-31.8.2013, Turin, Italy.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V,  Degli Esposti, S (2013), ‘The social acceptability of surveillance technologies in pre-emptive security: towards a democratization of risk management strategies’  presented at the 11th ESA Conference (European Sociological Association), 28-31.8.2013, Turin, Italy.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V,  Degli Esposti, S (2013), ‘La aceptabilidad social de las tecnologías orientadas a la vigilancia. Superando el trade-off entre privacidad y seguridad’  presented at the XI Congress FES (SPANISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASOCIATION), 10-12.7.2013, Madrid, Spain.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V,  Degli Esposti, S (2013), ‘Análisis del conflicto entre privacidad, seguridad y vigilancia en Europa: el “citizen summit” como herramienta en el diseño de políticas informadas en ámbitos controvertidos presented at the Gobernanza (Spanish National Conference on Governance – ICCA), 3-5.7.2013, Madrid, Spain.

Santiago, E, Pavone, V (2013), ‘Tecnologías de vigilancia y seguridad preventiva: implicaciones sociales y políticas de la nueva estrategia europea de seguridad interior’  presented at the III Meeting esCTS, 19-22.6.2013, Barcelona, Spain.

Čas, J  (2013), ‘FP7 Security Research – Meeting current societal security needs or vested interest of the security industry’ presented at the TA’13 – Sicherheit durch Technik – 13. Österreichische Konferenz zu Technikfolgen-Abschätzung, 3.6.2013, Vienna, Austria.

Strauß, S (2013), ‘Sicherheitspolitik als Moving Target? – Im Fahrwasser der “Securitization”‘ presented at the TA’13 – Sicherheit durch Technik – 13. Österreichische Konferenz zu Technikfolgen-Abschätzung, 3.6.2013, Vienna, Austria.

Peissl, W (2013), ‘Statement und Diskussion’ presented at the q/Talk special: Datenschutzgrundverordnung – EU vor Einigung, 23.5.2013, Vienna, Austria.

Čas, J  (2013), ‘Surveillance and security technologies – A multilevel approach to ethical and societal implications’ presented at the 26th Meeting of the European Group on Ethics in Science and new Technologies (EGE), 16.4.2013, Brussels, Belgium.

2012

Peissl, W (2012), ‘Privacy by Design – Vom Konzept zur Umsetzung’ presented at the Europa Tagung Von Jägern,  Sammlern und Piraten’ – Datenschutz, Neue Medien und Technologien in der Europäischen Union,  27.9.2012, Vienna, Austria.

Friedewald, M, Čas J (2012), ‘Bürgersicht auf Sicherheit und Privatheit‘, Digma – Zeitschrift für Datenrecht und Informationssicherheit, vol. 3/2012, pp. 130-132.