Since the 4th of June, blogdroiteuropeen hosts an e-conference on the national Adaptations of the GDPR. This second week the contributions will continue to analysis the situation in States where the national adaptations of the GDPR has been adopted recently and the special situation of Belgium which has partially adopted a law which aims at creating a real Belgium DPA. The specific situation of the UK, which also have adopted its national adpatation of the GDPR will be adressed later due to the context of the Brexit.
Tuesday 12 June : The Danish Adaptation of the GDPR, by Tenna Overby,Head of Section, POLITI, Danish National Police, Police Directorate, Data Protection Unit
Wednesday 13 June : The GDPR Implementation Act in the Netherlands, par Paul Breibarth, Director of Strategic Research and Regulator Outreach, Nymity Inc. & Senior Visiting Fellow, European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity, Maastricht University
Thursday 14 June : The Irish Adaptation of the GDPR, par Eoin O’Dell, Association Professor at the Trinity College Dublin
Friday 15 June: Some Thoughts about the Belgian Data Protection Authority, Capita Selecta, by Jean-Ferdinand Puyraimond, Lawyer at the Brussels Bar Teaching Assistant and Ph. D. Student at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
This e-conference will provide a daily publication of a blog post or Working paper on the national adaptations of the GDPR at 12:30 pm French Time, 22:30 GMT
This e-conference is organized by Dr. Olivia Tambou, Associate Professor at the University Paris-Dauphine and Dr Karen McCullagh, Lecturer at the University of East Anglia, with the support of Sam Bourton, PhD candidate and Associate Lecturer in Law at the University of the West of England, UK.
See the publication on the first week on Germany, Austria, France, Sweden, HERE