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Cornelia Kutterer is Director of Regulatory Policy for Microsoft EMEA, responsible for security and data access governance issues, as well as child safety and consumer policies. She has long standing experience in Information Society regulatory policies at EU level and represents Microsoft at various trade organisations. She currently chairs the privacy & security working group at TechAmerica and serves as Vice-President for Edima.Previously, Cornelia was Head of Legal Department and Senior Legal Advisor at BEUC, the European Consumer Organisation, driving the policy agenda for consumers’ digital life and consumer protection laws. She was a member of the Permanent Stakeholder Group of Enisa representing users in security matters. She has also gained experience in a top 10 law firm in the fields of competition law, intellectual property and e-commerce and in a German trade organisation focusing on the freedom of services. She started her professional career in the European Parliament as a political advisor to a MEP in 1997.
Cornelia Kutterer is a qualified German lawyer, and holds a master’s degree in information technology and communication laws. She studied law at the Universities of Passau, Porto (Portugal), Hamburg and Strathclyde (UK).
Fabien Petitcolas is director for innovation at Microsoft Europe, supporting Microsoft presence in EU policy and political dialogue for and around innovation and R&D.
Ubiquitous or pervasive computing refers to the use of increasingly prevalent and progressively user centric technologies in our living and working environments. Instead of users adapting and learning to use technologies, ubiquitous computing introduces a new use paradigm where computing becomes invisible, and technologies deployed pervasively can seamlessly collaborate and act in concert to learn and...
Following on from a previous event on Natural Computing, we recently hosted an event on Social Computing, and how innovative minds are developing different avenues for people to share and exchange information online. Speakers included David Osimo from Tech4i2 and Paul Steckler and David Raskino, both of Microsoft Research FUSE Labs.
Early December 2011, we started a new guest speakers’ series to talk about future technology trends and their impact on our work and life.