Proposal

APrIGF 2024 Session Proposal Submission Form
Part 1 - Lead Organizer
Contact Person
Ms. Kuan-Ju Chou
Email
Organization / Affiliation (Please state "Individual" if appropriate) *
Taiwan Association for Human Rights
Designation
Deputy Secretary-General
Gender
Female
Economy of Residence
Taiwan
Primary Stakeholder Group
Civil Society
Part 2 - Session Proposal
Session Title
Health Data Governance through AI Booming Age : A Journey in Taiwan
Session Format
Fireside Chat (30 minutes)
Where do you plan to organize your session?
Onsite at the venue (with online moderator for questions and comments from remote participants)
Specific Issues for Discussion
Intention in boosting the development of artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies accelerates the needs of personal data, while some controllers using no consents or vague purposes harm the trusts in the data ecosystem. Taiwan has faced the mandatory secondary use of health insurance data for more than a decade. In the fireside chat, Taiwan Association for Human Rights (TAHR) will share the experience in working with different stakeholders to file the constitutional litigation. The court’s decision released in 2022 set a minimum standard of opt-out rights and the regulation of massive personal databases. Technical and legal experts will be invited to discuss the sphere of public interests, pseudonymization and data subjects’ rights.
Describe the Relevance of Your Session to APrIGF
From medical treatments to daily app usage, health data is collected and depicts a portion of how a person might be. The discussion of AI and medical research ethics may not be sufficient for mitigating the harms toward data exploitation. To fill the gap for exercising data subjects rights and processing sensitive data in accountable ways, big players in governments and private sectors should include more voices from civil society. In 2024, several policy and legislation plans are ongoing, including the management of health insurance and social welfare data, the design of the future data protection authority and the revisement of the Personal Data Protection Act. We are gathering feedback and materials for preparing the next step of advocacy.
Methodology / Agenda (Please add rows by clicking "+" on the right)
Time frame (e.g. 5 minutes, 20 minutes, should add up to 60 minutes) Description
8 minutes sharing the litigation outcomes and problems we are facing
8 minutes technical/academia export sharing their experience
14 minutes Feedback and Reflection from all participants / Response from speakers
Moderators & Speakers Info (Please complete where possible)
  • Moderator (Primary)

    • Name: Kuan-Ju Chou
    • Organization: TAHR
    • Designation: Deputy Secretary-General
    • Gender: female
    • Economy / Country of Residence: Taiwan
    • Stakeholder Group: Civil Society
    • Expected Presence: In-person
    • Status of Confirmation: Confirmed
    • Link of Bio (URL only): https://www.tahr.org.tw/content/2438
  • Speaker 1

    • Name: Wang (tbd)
    • Designation: Researcher
    • Gender: male
    • Economy / Country of Residence: Taiwan
    • Stakeholder Group: Technical Community
    • Expected Presence: In-person
    • Status of Confirmation: Proposed
  • Speaker 2

    • Name: Chuan-feng, Wu (tbd)
    • Organization: Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica
    • Designation: Associate Research Professor,
    • Gender: male
    • Economy / Country of Residence: Taiwan
    • Stakeholder Group: Academia
    • Expected Presence: In-person
    • Status of Confirmation: Proposed
    • Link of Bio (URL only): https://www.iias.sinica.edu.tw/en/member_post/10
Please explain the rationale for choosing each of the above contributors to the session.
Speaker 2 is professional both in information law and public health.

Speaker 1 is an expert in health data encryption and data security.

The moderator will be a TAHR staff or member, which run the National Health Insurance database litigation and relevant privacy and internet freedom.
Please declare if you have any potential conflict of interest with the Program Committee 2024.
No
Are you or other session contributors planning to apply for the APrIGF Fellowship Program 2024?
No
Number of Attendees (Please fill in numbers)
    • On-site: 2-3
Gender Balance in Moderators/Speakers (Please fill in numbers)
  • Moderators

    • Female: 1
  • Speakers

    • Male: 1-2
Consent
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