The goal of the project PARIS (PrivAcy pReserving Infrastructure for Surveillance) is to define and demonstrate a methodological approach for the development of a surveillance infrastructure which enforces the right of citizens for privacy, justice and freedom. At the same time, it takes into account the evolving nature of such rights, since aspects that are acceptable today might not be acceptable in the future. It also includes the social and ethical nature of such rights, since the perception of such rights varies over time and in different countries.
The methodological approach will be based on two pillars:
- a theoretical framework which balances surveillance with privacy/data protection and fully integrates the concept of accountability.
- a process for the design of surveillance systems which from the start takes into account privacy (i.e. Privacy-by-Design) and accountability (i.e. Accountability-by-Design).
For more details, see the pages for Project Overview, Objectives & Approach, Expected Results, and the Factsheet.
- Social / ethicAl / Legal / Technological Framework (SALT)
- Privacy-by-Design (PbD)
- Accountability-by-Design (AbD)
- Annual Privacy Forum 2014
20-21 May 2014, Athens, Greece
At APF2014 PARIS partners made presentations on privacy in video surveillance systems and on accountable surveillance in the EU.
- Third VideoSense Summer School 2014
16 April 2014, Sophia-Antipolis, France
A PARIS partner presented an introduction to the PARIS project and to Privacy-by-Design Applied to Video Surveillance Systems at the VideoSense Summer School.
- The Ethics, Law, and Effectiveness of Surveillance Workshop
25 March 2014, Florence, Italy
At the workshop on The Ethics, Law, and Effectiveness of Surveillance, a PARIS member will participate in the panel Assessing CCTV Surveillance.
- Smarter Law for Smart Surveillance Confererence
4-5 March 2014, Brussels, Belgium
A PARIS member will attend the conference on Smarter Law for Smart Surveillance.
See the News page for more information.
|This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement number 312504.|