European Data Ethics Forum 2018

Data Ethics Forum 2018
Brian Schildt

The second European Data Ethics Forum will be held September 28th in Copenhagen with inspirational keynotes and cases about data ethics.

A data ethical agenda

As the name of the conference indicates, the topic will be how we, as a society and as companies, handle ethics when it comes to the use of data. It won’t just be privacy tech companies that will be there, and especially with the GDPR becoming enforceable, we expect there will be many great debates.

The ethical aspects of handling user data will be presented and discussed by a variety of companies focused on data ethical approaches as well as thought leaders, including university professors, scientists and ethicists. They will explain their cases and solutions and look into the future, to see how it could be possible to manage privacy within digital solutions. 


  • Marit Hansen
  • Dan Shefet
  • Laura Sophien Dornheim
  • Erlin Gulbenkoglu
  • Kasper Holst Hansen
  • Cécile Wendling
  • Jason Harmon
  • Annefleur Schipper
  • Steen Rasmussen  

We’d love to see you there!

Come and meet a bunch of interesting people on 28 September 2018 in Copenhagen and learn more about data ethics and managing data privacy.
See the agenda and full speaker biographies at the Data Ethics Forum event website


From the Data Ethics 2017 Forum 

We had a fantastic time at the Data Ethics Forum in Copenhagen in 2017. It was great to reach out to other companies and individuals who are passionate about protecting digital privacy. Read the wrap-up from the 2017 conference