Science podcast: Privacy and data sovereignty

For this year's conference platform LABOR.A of the Hans Böckler Foundation on the topic of "Good Work in the Transformation", the Chair of Business Administration, especially Financial Services and Financial Technology has created a science podcast on the topic of data protection and data sovereignty in the digital world of work.

Within this framework, Sina Häusler, Lars Hornuf and Sonja Mangold have conceived three episodes:

The first episode, hosted by Sina Häusler, deals with the opportunities and risks of data-driven business models in the digital world of work.

The invited experts are:

Dr. Imke Sommer (State Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information in the State of Bremen) and Prof. Dr. Dirk Heckmann (TU Munich).

In the second episode, Sina Häusler discusses the social credit system in China with her guests.

The invited experts are:

Dr. Andreas Kowallik (tax consultant) and Prof. Dr. Dennis-Kenji Kipker (University of Bremen and Bremen University of Applied Sciences).

The last episode, moderated by Sonja Mangold, deals with the necessary legal development of employment data protection in digitalization.

The invited experts are:

Prof. Dr. Anne Riechert (Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences) and Tim Wybitul (lawyer and partner at Lathm and Wattkins).

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