Paul de Hert and myself have published a chapter in Kloza/Svantesson, Transatlantic Data Privacy Relations as a Challenge for Democracy, by Intersentia, on the need to establish a new UN agency to protect data privacy (“Moving Beyond the Special Rapporteur on Privacy with the Establishment of a New, Specialised United Nations Agency: Addressing the Deficit in Global Cooperation for the Protection of Data Privacy”).
The right to data portability is listed among the most important novelties within the GDPR, both in terms of new control rights granted to data subjects and in terms of its intersection between data protection and other fields of law (for example, competition law, intellectual property, consumer protection, etc.). Despite of its internet social media origins, that perhaps continue to shape its public perception, the right to data portability, particularly if interpreted in an expansive manner, may find application in numerous fields and industries involved in personal data processing. Its exact content is, therefore, of crucial importance. This Brussels Privacy Hub lunchtime seminar is aimed at highlighting the raison d’ etre of this new right to data portability, its potential scope, as well as its relationship to other individual rights within the GDPR.
My new paper, with Paul de Hert, on “The rich UK contribution to the field of EU data protection: Let’s not go for “third country” status after Brexit“, has become available online in the Computer Law & Security Review website.
“The draft new Regulation 45/2001 and its relationship with Directive 680/2016”, panelist in the 10th International Computers, Privacy & Data Protection (CPDP) Conference.
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