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

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

The Application of the Right to Be Forgotten in Spain, by Miquel Peguera

Spain is an interesting country when it comes to the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ (RTBF). After all, the famous CJEU judgment recognizing this right in relation to search engines stemmed from a request for a preliminary ruling made by a Spanish court (the Audiencia Nacional, AN) following a procedure initiated before the Spanish Data Protection Authority (DPA) by a Barcelona citizen, Mario Costeja González. … Continuer de lire The Application of the Right to Be Forgotten in Spain, by Miquel Peguera

Open Access in Spain: Legal framework illustrated with the experience of University Jaume I, by Cristina Pauner Part. 2

Dans ce second post, Cristina Pauner analyse  l’article 37 de la loi de 2011 sur la Science, la technologie et l’innovation. Cette disposition permet aux chercheurs de publier librement leurs articles issus d’une activité de recherche financée majoritairement par des fonds publics. Le contenu de cet article  est assez proche de l’article 30 de la Loi française République numérique. Elle illustre en conclusion son propos … Continuer de lire Open Access in Spain: Legal framework illustrated with the experience of University Jaume I, by Cristina Pauner Part. 2

Open Access in Spain: key ressources, by Cristina Pauner Part. 1

Dans cette première partie de post, Cristina Pauner nous explique le développement de l’Open Access en Espagne à travers l’augmentation ces dix dernières années du nombre d’archives institutionnelles et du nombre de revues académiques accessibles en ligne. L’auteure évoque ensuite les différentes sources primaires  espagnoles (législations, jurisprudences) librement accessibles. 1. Open Access in Spain. Some key figures Open access is part of the process of … Continuer de lire Open Access in Spain: key ressources, by Cristina Pauner Part. 1