Category Archives: Events

conferences, seminars, workshops & other organised events on ediscovery/edisclosure in international arbitration

A Poll on Post GDPR – I’m a speaker for a webinar on 26th June 2018

Please vote, share this and tune in to the webinar. Do please vote and share this tweet. I'm one of the speakers https://t.co/dV38dMuKpH https://t.co/KlkFD09o5h — cher devey (@datachainrisk) June 21, 2018

A Social Media Working Group from Brussels

Ah! social data will soon be ‘a type of personal data’. Will we see policymakers talking about personal-social or social-personal data? Note this press release from Brussels on ‘A Social Media Working Group (SMWG) Would the ‘voice’ from this new SMWG on the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal add fresh insights to the many ‘voices’ coming from [...]

My MPhil/PhD seminar slides

Posting the link to twitter: My tweet on my MPhil/PhD seminar slides If you want to bypass twitter, welcome to use this direct access: Cher’s talks, slides & videos Thanks!

Brexit – inconvenient truth of globalisation?

Since the momentous announcement of the outcome of the Brexit-In-Remain-EU Referendum event on Friday 24th June 2016, there’re now countless Brexit related media news/reports and social media rants. Friday 24th June 2016 will go down as ‘Black Friday’, not only in UK but across the globe. Can UK (or even any EU states) avoid or [...]

My techlaw talk at a BCS joint event on the EU Data Protection Regulation back in 2013

It was over a year ago that I gave a talk at a joint BCS IRMA and the LAW groups held on the 30th September 2013. Details of the event was posted on this blog The slides are available in pdf To watch the video, you will need to sit down and relax to view [...]

Data Privacy Day January 2014

Last Tuesday 28th February, I joined with couple of other PhD research students at City University London to celebrate Data Privacy Day #DPD2014. Although it was planned last minute the event went ahead and the speakers gave interesting and lively privacy related talks. Many thanks to the speakers, Mr Jonathan Turner and Mr David Haynes, [...]

My techlaw talk – EU Data Protection Regulation

Welcome to join me on the 30th September 2013 at the BCS Office, London. Admission Free – Limited Places available To attend please register via this BCS link: Details of the event: BCS – The Chartered Institute for IT Joint Event BCS LAW SG and IRMA Monday 30 September 2013 18:00 for event start 18:30 [...]

The 7th Annual e-Disclosure Forum

I am looking forward to the Sweet & Maxwell event on eDisclosure in London. Venue is: The Hallam 44 Hallam Street London W1W 6JJ Date : Thursday, November 15, 2012 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM In searching in this blog for past events that I’ve attended, most of the links and contents have changed and/or [...]

Idiot’s Guide or Dummies Book

The most difficult aspect of edisc(overy)/(losure) is writing a definitive, complete book covering all the elements of edisc that satisfies everyone or is suitable for general release. So, will a Dummies Guide or an Idiot’s Guide to edisc make it to this year Xmas book list? Perhaps an unlikely Xmas event. What has been stated [...]

computer security to security intelligence

Last week I attended the Information Assurance Advisory Council (IAAC) workshop held at the BCS Office in London. The workshop papers will be published at the IAAC site. The main topic was ‘Consumerism: Same old IA Issues … or not?’.  The presentations were diverse and the attendees’ perspectives were diverse too. A pity I had [...]