Pernille Tranberg is an adviser in data ethics and makes data ethical reviews for companies, organisations and public institutions. She is also a speaker on privacy and data ethics. She is co-founder of the Eruopean think-do-tank DataEthics.eu and trustee in the London-based NGO CitizenTrust. She has developed privacykompasset.dk for the Danish Business Authority to help companies use privacy as a competitive parameter.
She has writte six book, the latest ‘Fake It’ (2012, Peoples Press) about big data and digital selfdefense. It was published in four languages and reached the bestseller list in Denmark and Germany. She is co-author of License2share.dk, a guide to teens on how to protect and optimise their digital identitet with Marianne Steen. She is working on a new book, Data Ethics – the new competitive advantage with co-author Gry Hasselbalch to be published September 8th 2016.
She is an internationlly renowed speaker, and since Fake It was published – a year before Snowdens disruptive revelations – she spoke at TEDxOXFORD (see video) in 2012, at South By South West in 2013, for the Dutch giant bank ING in 2014 and in Warsaw over a couple of times for Save The Children Network in 2015.