The national adaptations of the GDPR in Austria, by Dr. Günther Leissler, Mag. Janos Böszörmenyi, Mag. Patrizia Reisinger

See the final book of this conference : https://blogdroiteuropeen.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/national-adaptations-of-the-gdpr-final-version-27-february-1.pdf Austria was the second EU Member States to adapt the GDPR  and transpose the provisions of the GDPR and the Law Enforcement Directive (EU) 2016/680. Contents: I- The origins of Data protection in Austria II- National Culture of Data protection in Austria III- The Adoption of National Law to Suplement the GDPR IV- Main Prosivions at … Continuer de lire The national adaptations of the GDPR in Austria, by Dr. Günther Leissler, Mag. Janos Böszörmenyi, Mag. Patrizia Reisinger

Opening Remarks to the e-Conference on the National Adaptations of the GDPR, by Olivia Tambou

See the final book of this conference : https://blogdroiteuropeen.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/national-adaptations-of-the-gdpr-final-version-27-february-1.pdf The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is applicable since the 25 May of 2018. But it is “not the end of the road, but a beginning of a new chapter”, as the Commissioner Jourová said in her keynote speech at General Data Protection Regulation conference. The purpose of these opening remarks is twofold. On the one … Continuer de lire Opening Remarks to the e-Conference on the National Adaptations of the GDPR, by Olivia Tambou

E-conference On National Adaptations of the GDPR will launch at 12h30 French Time

See the final book of this conference : https://blogdroiteuropeen.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/national-adaptations-of-the-gdpr-final-version-27-february-1.pdf From 4 June 2018 Blogdroiteuropéen will host an e-conference in order to give a comparative analysis of the national implementations of the GDPR in various Member States such as Germany, Austria, Sweden, France, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland, Spain, UK ….  and the impact of the GDPR in Switzerland. This e-conference will provide a daily working papers … Continuer de lire E-conference On National Adaptations of the GDPR will launch at 12h30 French Time

E-conference On National Adaptations of the GDPR forthcoming on 4th June

Today the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies. It contains 50+ so-called ‘opening clauses’ allowing EU Member States to put national data protection laws in place to supplement the GDPR. In January, the European Commission reminded Member States of the urgent need to introduce national level laws to give effect to these opening clauses, as only Austria and Germany had, at that time, partially adopted … Continuer de lire E-conference On National Adaptations of the GDPR forthcoming on 4th June

Le droit à l’oubli en Europe et au-delà/ The Right To Be Forgotten in Europe and Beyond, Open Access Book

Vendredi 13 avril la Haute Cour de justice de Londres a pour la première fois condamné Google à supprimer les résultats de recherche concernant la condamnation il y a dix ans d’un homme d’affaires à six mois de prison. C’est dans ce contexte qui montre l’actualité continue de la mise en œuvre du droit à l’oubli que Blogdroiteuropéen est heureux de vous présenter le premier … Continuer de lire Le droit à l’oubli en Europe et au-delà/ The Right To Be Forgotten in Europe and Beyond, Open Access Book

What should be forgotten? Time to make sense of Article 17 GDPR from the point of view of data controllers, by Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel

The Court of Justice of the European Union’s recognition of a right to obtain the removal of one’s personal data displayed in search engine results (Case C-131/12, Google Spain, EU:C:2014:317) has opened policy discussions on the conditions under which individuals’ data are to be deleted by data controllers. Those discussions culminated in Article 17 of the new General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679  (GDPR) explicitly stating … Continuer de lire What should be forgotten? Time to make sense of Article 17 GDPR from the point of view of data controllers, by Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel

Launch of our e-conference on the right to be forgotten in Europe and beyond at 12:30 pm

On the third anniversary of Google Spain Blogdroiteuropéen wishes to take stock of the current situation and assess the impact of this famous judgment which is often said to have consecrated a right to be forgotten. Many of you have responded to our call for contributions for this first e-conference and we are very thankful. Your enthousiasm confirms the interest and expectations concerning this topic, which raises many … Continuer de lire Launch of our e-conference on the right to be forgotten in Europe and beyond at 12:30 pm

Lancement de notre e-conférence sur le droit à l’oubli en Europe et au-délà lundi 15 mai

Blogdroiteuropéen a souhaité à l’occasion du 3ème anniversaire de l’arrêt Google Spain c. Costeja faire un point  pour apprécier l’impact de ce arrêt célèbre qui est souvent considéré comme ayant consacré un droit à l’oubli numérique. Vous avez été nombreux à répondre à notre appel à contribution pour cette première e-conférence et nous vous en remercions. Cela confirme l’intérêt et les attentes pour ce sujet … Continuer de lire Lancement de notre e-conférence sur le droit à l’oubli en Europe et au-délà lundi 15 mai

How the GDPR rules will apply to the UK after the Brexit, by Olivia Tambou, part. 2

Ce post a pour objectif de démontrer pourquoi et comment les règles du règlement de la protection des données à caractère personnel (RGPD) sont susceptibles de continuer s’appliquer au Royaume-Uni après le Brexit. D’une part, le RGPD a élargit son champ d’application territorial aux responsables de traitement et sous-traitant situés dans des Etats tiers. D’autre part, la responsabilisation des acteurs privés les incitera à développer … Continuer de lire How the GDPR rules will apply to the UK after the Brexit, by Olivia Tambou, part. 2

Brexit: Implications for data protection in the UK, by Karen Mac Cullagh

Pour lire la version en français cliquez ICI In a previous blog post: “Brexit White Paper: Implications for Financial Services, Digital and ‘Fintech’ Industries,” I outlined the contribution made by these sectors to the UK’s economy and discussed how the loss of passporting rights, access to the single market, and free movement of workers from EU member states could negatively impact these sectors and lead … Continuer de lire Brexit: Implications for data protection in the UK, by Karen Mac Cullagh