12 November 2019
‘One continent, one law’ is a motto that has been connected to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to emphasize its key role for overcoming the fragmentation of the European Union (EU) data protection landscape. Nevertheless, and despite the Regulation’s direct applicability across all EU Member States, a multitude of national laws already co-exist with its provisions, and a few more are expected. These national laws specify the GDPR rules, operationalize them, and potentially modulate them. They might, in some cases, also appear to contradict the GDPR, be in friction with other national approaches, and/or trigger questions about the exact applicable rules in certain scenarios.
The series of events “Specifying the GDPR: Member States perspectives” will initiate an overview of national perspectives relevant for GDPR implementation. It will focus on discussing in an open way, based on expert academic input, the most salient features of Member States realities from an EU perspective.
This kick-off event of the new “Specifying the GDPR: Member States perspectives” series will focus on France.
For further resources related to this event, please visit the Specifying the GDPR Resources Page
A summary of the event is available here.
Time: 12:00 - 14:00 (lunch is included)
Event starts: 12.30
Welcome by Chair Gloria González Fuster
“Specifying the GDPR: General considerations” by Karolina Mojzesowicz
"Implementation of GDPR in France" by Olivia Tambou
Discussion chaired by Gloria González Fuster
Event ends: 14.00
Venue: U-Residence, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Pleinlaan 2, 1050, Brussel (Access also via Generaal Jacqueslaan 271, 1050 Brussels)
Registration: The event is free to attend, but due to limited capacity, registration is required. For any problems with online registration, please contact email@example.com. Having difficulty accessing the regsitration form on your mobile device? Use this link.
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