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Recordings are available! "AI & HUMANITARIAN ACTION: RAISING THE STANDARDS?" Panel at CPDP2021 (2 March 2021)


STAR II presents "The GDPR made simple(r) for SMEs" (26 February 2021)


New Summary available! Web Privacy Measurement and the Power of online tracking technologies (Dr Rob Van Eijk) (15 February 2021)


Hub co-director Paul De Hert will be hosted at IAPP for the event 'The Legal Anthropology of Data Protection: A Conversation with Paul De Hert' (2 February 2021)


New Summary available: The CJEU judgments in Privacy International and La Quadrature du Net and others - the return of the walking dead?

(21 January 2021)


The Washington Post quoted co-director Christopher Kuner and mentioned the Brussels Privacy Hub in an article on the

Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act (17 December 2020)

 

Summaries of the 'Specifying GDPR - Germany' and 'Mind-reading via EEG – legal, ethical and practical matters' are now available

(7 December 2020)


On 4 December 2020, Hub co-director Paul De Hert will give the closing keynote speech at the 3rd Istanbul Privacy Symposium - AI: What the Future Holds? Opportunities and Pitfalls.

(2 December 2020)


New blog post 'Refusing to award legal personality to AI: Why the European Parliament got it wrong' on European Law Blog by Vagelis Papakonstantinou and Paul De Hert (25 November 2020)


The HUB welcomes Iverna McGowan, Director of the Europe Office, Center for Democracy & Technology, as a new Advisory Board Member (4 November 2020)


BPH Working Paper 26, 'European Law Enforcement and US Data Companies: A Decade of Cooperation Free from Law' by Angela Aguinaldo and Paul De Hert (23 October 2020)


Many thanks to Amy Weatherburn! (1 October 2020)



In Focus: Data Protection

in Humanitarian Action - Handbook

In Focus: Jurisdiction, Conflict of Laws and Data Protection in Cyberspace - Conference

SATISFIED VISITING SCHOLAR


“Brussels is a natural place to come since it is a global hub when it comes to, among others, issues in data protection. In particular, the Brussels Privacy Hub serves as an important venue

for data protection professionals, not just from the EU but from other parts of the world, where

important ideas are discussed and disseminated.”




Professor Haksoo Ko, Visiting Scholar 2016

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