Once upon a time there was a European regulation called the GDPR. Some said it was so powerful that it could save Kokkinoskoufitsa's grandmother from the teeth of the evil wolf or even spit out the grooves in villages that repeatedly ask passersby "And who are you?" Unfortunately, however, people did not understand him so no one used him. One day though ...!
In the interactive workshop "GDPR and 40 Thieves" Kontorevithoulis and Snow White meet Ulysses and Kitsu's mother to talk about privacy and the protection of personal data in the digital age.
The workshop is aimed at all ages and combines fairy tales and myths with humor and imagination to present comprehensively and entertainingly European General Data Protection Regulation (known as GDPR) and the fundamental rights and freedoms it guarantees for all citizens of the European Union.
The main goal of the workshop is not to teach - at least not in the traditional way - but to be a food for (creative) thinking as well as a beautiful recreational experience.
But beware! Why, anyone who walks on the Internet ...
Dimitris Grammenos is Principal Researcher at the Institute of Technology of the Institute of Technology and Research (FORTH). He has more than 25 years of experience and expertise in the field of Human-Computer Communication (HCI) and is also a certified evaluator of the international standard Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT). He has published scientific articles on the exploitation of stupidity, ignorance and nonsense as tools of creative thinking and innovation, as well as the only scientific article in the world that begins with the words "Once upon a time ...". From 2014, based on his relevant experience and knowledge, he created the Designers of the Future activity in which he develops and organizes experiential experiences that introduce the concept and practice of Creativity and Creative Thinking to children, parents, teachers, and the general public. To date, it has implemented more than 50 creative thinking workshops in 5 countries, involving more than 3.500 people of all ages.
Anthi Strataki is a postgraduate naturalist in Total Quality Management (TQM). He has been working as a Technical Specialist at ITE from 2001, initially as a member of the Hygeianet Program and responsible for publishing the peer-reviewed journal and later as Head of the Programs and Personnel Bureau of the FORTH Institute of Informatics. He is a certified Validator and Assessor of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM Excellence Model) 'Business Excellence' model, which is the most widely used model of Excellence in Europe. He is also a Certified Lead Auditor of the standard "BS 7799-2: 2002, Information Security Management System" by the British Standard Institution (BSI). She has been a spokeswoman for the Institute of Informatics-FORTH in the Human Recourse Task Force (HR-TF) of the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM). He has been involved in the writing of many successful proposals and deliverables for FORTE's European projects, taking on the part of process management, system "customer satisfaction" and quality assurance. Since March of 2018, she has been FORTH's Data Protection Officer.
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