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Zoom and the data protection quagmire, by Alexia Pato

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult … Continuer de lire Zoom and the data protection quagmire, by Alexia Pato

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Covid-19 and Data Protection Issues in Switzerland, by Alexia Pato

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to Blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult … Continuer de lire Covid-19 and Data Protection Issues in Switzerland, by Alexia Pato

Some brief conclusions at the time of the economic opening between the Levant and the Couchant, by P.Y. Monjal

The initiative of our colleague Professor Olivia Tambou is remarkable for two reasons. On the one hand, she has been able to bring one of the world’s most important trade agreements to light after its entry into force. However, in 2019, the Economic Partnership Agreement between the European Union and Japan went relatively unnoticed in the mainstream media and the public opinion. The agreement with … Continuer de lire Some brief conclusions at the time of the economic opening between the Levant and the Couchant, by P.Y. Monjal

Data Protection First, E-Learning Second?, by Jonas Botta

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, … Continuer de lire Data Protection First, E-Learning Second?, by Jonas Botta

Germany’s Search for a Viable Tracing App, by Christian L. Geminn Johannes Müller

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire Germany’s Search for a Viable Tracing App, by Christian L. Geminn Johannes Müller

COVID-19 and Data Protection in Germany by Christian L. Geminn and Johannes Müller

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire COVID-19 and Data Protection in Germany by Christian L. Geminn and Johannes Müller

Taming the COVID-19, not the GDPR: the case of Greece, by Vassilis Hatzopoulos

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire Taming the COVID-19, not the GDPR: the case of Greece, by Vassilis Hatzopoulos

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EU-Japan mutual adequacy decision, by Hiroshi Miyashita

Both the European Commission and Japanese Personal Information Protection Commission (PPC) publicised their adequacy decisions on 23 January 2019. While the EU gave adequacy decision to the first third country under the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) and the first Asian country Japan issued its first equivalency decision under the Act on the Protection of Personal Information (APPI). It is not easy … Continuer de lire EU-Japan mutual adequacy decision, by Hiroshi Miyashita

Brazilian Data Protection under Covid-19: Legal Certainty is the Main Casualty, by Luca Belli and Nicolo Zingales

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, Senior Lecturer … Continuer de lire Brazilian Data Protection under Covid-19: Legal Certainty is the Main Casualty, by Luca Belli and Nicolo Zingales

Covid-19 and data protection in Portugal, by Rui T. Lanceiro

This paper is part of the e-conference on « Data protection Issues and Covid-19: Comparative Perspectives » which consist in a daily publication at 12 p.m. (GMT+1) except on Sundays until the Summer break. A new session will start again at the beginning of the academic year 2020-21. Please subscribe to blogdroiteuropeen, so you don’t miss a publication. This e-conference was organised by Dr. Yseult Marique, … Continuer de lire Covid-19 and data protection in Portugal, by Rui T. Lanceiro