Nobel Prize Summit: Solution Sessions – Deceptive Design Workshop
26 May. 10:00 AM EDT
Friday, May 26, 2023
The Organisation for Cooperation and Economic Development, the Federal Trade Commission, the European Consumer Organisation, and the European Commission have recently published reports on the need for regulators to be given effective tools to crack down on illegal uses of deceptive design online.
Join this workshop of experts to explore how lawmakers and regulators on both sides of the Atlantic are tackling the issue of deceptive design and explore how lessons learned on both shores can help provide global regulatory solutions.
The workshop will be moderated by Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad from the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD). It will be based on the academic research of Dr. Ann Kristin Glenster from the Minderoo Centre of Technology and Democracy of the University of Cambridge. John Davisson from the Electronic Privacy Information Center will share some of EPIC’s experiences advocating for restrictions on deceptive design in the U.S.
- Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad, TACD
- Ann Kristin Glenster, Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy, University of Cambridge
- John Davisson, Director of Litigation & Senior Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center
- Harry Brignull, Head of Innovation at Smart Pension and founder of deceptive.design
- Kat Zhou, Senior Product Designer and Creator of <Design Ethically>
- Mark Leiser, Assistant Professor, Leiden University and International Research Fellow, Information Society Law Center (ISLC)
About the Nobel Prize Summit 2023
How can we build trust in truth, facts and scientific evidence so that we can create a hopeful future for all?
Misinformation is eroding our trust in science and runs the risk of becoming one of the greatest threats to our society today.
This year’s Nobel Prize Summit brings together laureates, leading experts and you in a conversation on how we can combat misinformation, restore trust in science and create a hopeful future.