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The Adaptation of the GDPR in Spain: The new Draft of the Data protection Act by Cristina Pauner and Jorge Viguri

On 24 November 2017, the new draft LOPD was presented for the corresponding parliamentary procedure and it is currently still in discussion.  To read more Download the Paper Contents: I- Introduction II- Legislative process, Key Dates III- Noteworthy Aspects IV- Digital Rights Charter V- Critical Aspects VI- Conclusions Cristina Pauner is Associate professor in Constitutional law at the Universitat Jaume I and member of the … Continuer de lire The Adaptation of the GDPR in Spain: The new Draft of the Data protection Act by Cristina Pauner and Jorge Viguri

Dispute Settlement after Brexit, by Peter Oliver

The possible dispute settlement mechanisms (DSMs) following Brexit are as complex as they are numerous.  What follows is a summary of three recent posts of mine which can be found on the website of Monckton Chambers here, here  and here  and of written evidence submitted by Carl Baudenbacher, Michael Bowsher QC and myself to the House of Commons EU Scrutiny Committee ; and none of … Continuer de lire Dispute Settlement after Brexit, by Peter Oliver

The GDPR implementation in the Netherlands by Paul Breitbarth

On 22 May 2018, the GDPR Implementation Act (hereafter: the Implementation Act) was published in the Official Journal of the Kingdom of the Netherlands thereby completing the legislative process that officially started on 12 December 2017. To read more download this paper Paul Breitbarth – Director of Strategic Research and Regulator Outreach, Nymity Inc. & Senior Visiting Fellow, European Centre on Privacy and Cybersecurity, Maastricht … Continuer de lire The GDPR implementation in the Netherlands by Paul Breitbarth

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The Danish Adaptation of the GDPR, by Tenna Overby

After several months of work, the Danish Ministry of Justice finally presented the draft of the new Danish Data Protection Act, which after three readings in Parliament was adopted with a majority on 17 May 2018. No members of Parliament voted against it. It entered into force on 25 May 2018 and replaced the existing Act on Processing of Personal Data and adapt the GDPR… … Continuer de lire The Danish Adaptation of the GDPR, by Tenna Overby

Programme of our second Week on national adaptations of GDPR, starting again at 12h30 French Time

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 … Continuer de lire Programme of our second Week on national adaptations of GDPR, starting again at 12h30 French Time

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La BCE et l’Eurosystème, Sébastien Adalid, Part. 1

Dans cette première partie d’interview le professeur Sébastien Adalid évoque notamment l’imbrication entre la Banque centrale européenne et l’Eurosytème. Il est ainsi impossible de les aborder individuellement.     Pour aller plus loin :   CV de Sébastien Adalid Sa thèse : « la BCE et l’Eurosystème : exemple d’intégration verticale »   Continuer de lire La BCE et l’Eurosystème, Sébastien Adalid, Part. 1

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Winds of Change Blow across Health Data in France, by Vlad Titerlea

The current post presents a brief overview of the place health data have in the newly adopted law on personal data, in France. Here are the main features of this national law which still awaits implementation measures. A thorough and updated version will further be published along with the other contributions to the e-conference on the adoption of national data protection laws supplementing the General … Continuer de lire Winds of Change Blow across Health Data in France, by Vlad Titerlea

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Regulating the Collaborative Economy? by Vassilis Hatzopoulos

Collaborative platforms operate amidst self-regulation, public regulation and no regulation at all. While they spend a great amount of time and resources negotiating for lighter, favourable regulation with public regulators, fending off legal actions and defending themselves against incumbent firms, most platforms do support some regulation, essentially in the form of self-regulation. They do so for a number of reasons, including to a) protect their … Continuer de lire Regulating the Collaborative Economy? by Vassilis Hatzopoulos

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La réglementation de l’économie collaborative, par Vassilis Hatzopoulos

Les plateformes collaboratives opèrent dans un milieu caractérisé par l’autoréglementation, la réglementation publique mais aussi, et surtout, l’absence de toute réglementation. Alors qu’elles déploient leurs efforts à négocier des réglementations plus souples et favorables avec les autorités publiques, à éluder les actions en justice et à se défendre contre les entreprises traditionnelles concurrentes, la plupart des plateformes sont favorables à un certain degré de réglementation, … Continuer de lire La réglementation de l’économie collaborative, par Vassilis Hatzopoulos

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The French Adaptation of the GDPR, by Olivia Tambou

On 14 May 2018, the Assemblée Nationale adopted the new Personal Data Protection Act1 (hereinafter NDPA), which adapts the French law to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The NDPA is the second most important reform of the Act n°78-17. Nevertheless, at the time of writing, the NDPA has not yet entered into force because sixty senators referred it to the Constitutional Council (hereinafter CC), … Continuer de lire The French Adaptation of the GDPR, by Olivia Tambou