With the General Data Protection Rule coming into effect within one year, GDPR obviously was the focus of keynotes, discussions and sessions at European Data Protection Days 2017 in Berlin. You can now download the detailed conference report from EDPD17 for free and become GDPR-ready! […]
Are you GDPR-ready?
The GDPR countdown has started. In May 2018 the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply. So from EDPD in May 2017, businesses, organizations and authorities will only have a one-year period left to adopt the GDPR.
What about global data transfers? Will Privacy Shield enable global data flows and create legal certainty? What will be the future role of the data protection officers (DPOs) and data protection authorities (DPAs)?
The EDPD Conference will provide you with all the important news and updates for your international data protection business at a high level.
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News and Updates for the European Data Protection Days
European Data Protection Days – The Berlin Conference
The European Data Protection Days are a highlight and priority in many calendars. Often referred to as “The Berlin Conference”, EDPD welcomes data protection officers, experts, politicians and thought leaders for two days. See the video for more information and highlights from the 2017 conference.
The ePrivacy Regulation is supposed to modernize the existing ePrivacy Directive and to bring it in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). #EDPD17 chairman Prof. Dr Ulrich Wuermeling (Latham & Watkins) points out that the consequences may be drastic and explains how the new ePrivacy Regulation may affect your business in this article. […]
Get GDPR-ready now ! Data protection experts give you exclusive insights on the European Data Protection Regulation in this collection of interviews. Get your free download now! […]
If HR1313 bill passes, employers could offer massive financial advantages to their workers – as soon as they agree to genetic screenings. Data protection experts are understandably worried. […]
“Hong Kong can serve as the bridge for data transfers between mainland China and the European countries”
Interview with Prof. Stephen Kai-yi WONG, Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, Hong Kong […]