WG1. Social responsibility: Ethical, legal, social, data protection and privacy issues

Experts from diverse disciplines will analyse the ethical, legal, data protection and privacy issues associated with the use of cameras and microphones in private spaces, and how to manage multiparty privacy preferences. They will also study the differences according to gender and cultural/societal background in the perception of these issues. This WG will establish the core requirements that AAL solutions must fulfil to consider ethico-legal issues and to integrate privacy by design and by default. Those requirements will set up the guidelines for the technical WGs (WG2, WG3 and WG4).

WG leader

Dr. Anto Čartolovni

WG members

Alin Ake-Kob
Nord University - Norway (NO)

Anders Albrechtslund
Aarhus University - Denmark (DK)

Zoltan Alexin
University of Szeged - Hungary (HU)

Panayiota Andreou
Cyprus University of Technology - Cyprus (CY)

Tom Backstrom
School of Electrical Engineering - Finland (FI)

Aurelija Blazeviciene
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences - Lithuania (LT)

Carlo Botrugno
Università degli Studi di Firenze - Italy (IT)

Maria Kalliopi Bottis Kanellopoulou
Ionian University - Greece (EL)

Anto Čartolovni
Hrvatsko Katoli_ko Sveu_ili_te (Catholic University of Croatia) - Croatia (HR)

Pau Climent-Pérez
Universitat d'Alacant - Spain (ES)

Sara Colantonio
Institute of Information Science and Technologies - Italy (IT)

Liane Colonna
The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute - Sweden (SE)

Bart Custers
Leiden University - Netherlands (NL)

Carina Dantas
SHINE2Europe - Portugal (PT)

John Dinsmore
Trinity College Dublin - Ireland (IE)

Monique Epstein
E-SENIORS - France (FR)

Anton Fedosov
University of Zurich - Switzerland (CH)

Malcolm Fisk
De Montfort University - United Kingdom (UK)

Francisco Florez-Revuelta
Universidad de Alicante - Spain (ES)

Eduard Fosch-Villaronga
Leiden University - Netherlands (NL)

Hajer Gahbiche Msakni
University of Kairouan - Tunisia (TN)

Gemma Galdon
Eticas Research and Consulting - Spain (ES)

Ioannis Gialelis
University of Patras - Greece (EL)

Kooshan Hashemifard
University of Alicante - Spain (ES)

William Kearns
University of South Florida - United States (US)

Els Kindt
KU Leuven - Belgium (BE)

Andrzej Klimczuk
SGH Warsaw School of Economics - Poland (PL)

Marc Langheinrich
Università della Svizzera italiana - Switzerland (CH)

Peter Lauritsen
Aarhus University - Denmark (DK)

Adrienn Lukács
University of Szeged - Hungary (HU)

Christoph Lutz
BI Norwegian Business School - Norway (NO)

Natália Paes Leme Machado Machado
Cáritas Diocesana de Coimbra - Portugal (PT)

Isabel Martínez-Sempere
Universidad de Alicante - Spain (ES)

Edlira Martiri
University of Tirana - Albania (AL)

Tamas Martos
University of Szeged - Hungary (HU)

Renata Mekovec
Faculty of organization and informatics, University of Zagreb - Croatia (HR)

Cristina Miguel
University of Gothenburg - Sweden (SE)

Georgiana Irina Mocanu
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest - Romania (RO)

Thomas B. Moeslund
Aalborg University - Denmark (DK)

Emilio Mordini
NORIA-ONLUS - Italy (IT)

Tamar Mujirishvili
University of ALicante - Spain (ES)

Germán Ortuño
SEPAD - Spain (ES)

Zada Pajalic
OsloMet - Norway (NO)

Barbara Pierscionek
Barbara Pierscionek - United Kingdom (UK)

Rossana Pinna
Universidad de Alicante - Spain (ES)

Mojca M. Plesnicar
Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law Ljubljana - Slovenia (SI)

Siddharth Ravi
Universidad de Alicante - Spain (ES)

Gianluigi Riva
University College Dublin - Ireland (IE)

Albert ALi Salah
Utrecht University - Netherlands (NL)

Viola Sallay
University of Szeged - Hungary (HU)

Maria Santofimia
University of Castilla-La Mancha - Spain (ES)

Francesca Scocchera
COOSS Marche - Italy (IT)

Ramo Sendelj
University Donja Gorica - Montenegro (ME)

Ozge Sigirci
Kirklareli University - Turkey (TR)

Nicolas Sklavos
University of Patras - Greece (EL)

Andrzej Sobecki
Gdansk University of Technology - Poland (PL)

Agusti Solanas
Universitat Rovira i Virgili - Spain (ES)

Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux
University of St. Gallen - Switzerland (CH)

Hilda Tellioglu
TU Wien - Austria (AT)

Alexandra Tighineanu
Academy of Economy Studies of Moldova - Moldova (MD)

Marco Traversi
PROJECT AHEAD - Italy (IT)

Wilhelmina Van Staalduinen
AFEdemy, Academy on age-friendly environments in Europe BV - Netherlands (NL)

Bart Vanrumste
KU Leuven - Belgium (BE)

Ales Zavrsnik
Institute of criminology at the Faculty of Law - Slovenia (SI)

Martina Ziefle
RWTH Aachen University - Germany (DE)

Workgroup goals

  • Review the current European and international legislation and the ethical issues that underpin this on the use of audio- and video-based monitoring in private environments.
  • Study the differences in the perception of privacy depending on the culture, society, gender and age of the users, and analyse the situations and conditions in later life, i.e. occurrence of a fall, which may affect that perception.Investigate the potential benefits and barriers of AAL technology adoption for people in need of care.
  • Support the development of privacy-aware monitoring systems by a continuous exchange of knowledge with technological participants in the Action.
  • Promote the consideration of ethical, legal, privacy and gender matters in the design of AAL solutions.Inform other WPs on the ethico-legal requirements in the design and development of AAL solutions.

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