On the 16th and 17th January 2014, The Institute for the Protection and the Security of the Citizen (IPSC) of the Joint Research Centre organised a workshop on “Digital memory: ethics perspectives”, framed within the TRUDI project (Building trust in digital interactions: citizens, institutional and corporate ethics). The general objective of the workshop was to gather several perspectives regarding how Information and Communication Technologies, and the digitising momentum are ethically impacting Institutions of Memory, and by what ethics are observed changes being governed.
The goal of this two-day workshop was to gather experts (academic and practitioners), from around Europe and abroad, in order to identify and discuss ethical issues arising from governance of Digital Memory in Institutions, in order to support European Commission policies in this field.
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- Duty to remember
- Institutional ethics
- Right to Be Forgotten