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Johanna Caterina Faliero

logo Universidad de Buenos Aires; Universidad de la Defensa; Universidad de Palermo; Universidad del Salvador; Universidad Católica Argentina; Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas y Sociales Ambrosio L. Gioja (F. Derecho UBA)
CEO, Faliero Attorneys; PhD, Personal Data Protection
Universidad de Buenos Aires; Universidad de la Defensa; Universidad de Palermo; Universidad del Salvador; Universidad Católica Argentina; Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas y Sociales Ambrosio L. Gioja (F. Derecho UBA)
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, AR

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Promote representation & seek equality where gender is not a determining factor in loss of freedom

About the work

PhD graduate with a Distinguished Doctoral Thesis in Personal Data Protection from the University of Buenos Aires, Faculty of Law, focused on Information Technology Law, Internet, Data Privacy and Data Protection. I am a Lawyer, Professor, Researcher and International Consultant, Adviser and Specialized Legal Representative for Argentina, LATAM, Caribbean and EU. Progressive implementation of intrusive information and data processing technologies has served to expand the introduction of profiling, targeting, segmentation, and discrimination techniques, sowing algorithmic bias with exponential consequences on equity and equality. I focus on algorithm-centrism, algorithmic bias and discrimination to seek true equality, with real equality opportunities, where gender is not a determining analytical factor in the loss of freedoms, rights and ultimately, our voice, representation, legitimacy, right to exist and realize our life project, with full autonomy, freedom and capacity.

Impact

If we take algorithmic bias out of the equation, naturally, the problems are reduced, the point is how to deal with the problem and if informational transparency is enough for us as an extreme in auditability. The solution here is the systematic implementation of dynamic impact study plans in matters of personal data, which not only contemplate the privacy and data protection aspects, but also the security of the information and its cybersecurity, as well as the dynamic audit on algorithmic transparency and its explicability. We must move towards a transparent scheme with gender perspective. The practical action research with an emancipatory vision that is proposed, has as its fundamental purpose to achieve a social change in the regulation.

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