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NPEU01 EDPS on Data Protection | netpolitics Welcome to the very first episode of our podcast ! For this episode, we had the chance to record Peter Hustinx, the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) during the Freedom not Fear event in Brussels where he talked about his work in Brussels and what the Data Protection reform means for Europe.
EU Commission will link data retention reform to e-privacy reform in 2013 EU home affairs commissioner Cecila Malmström has announced in an interview with German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that she will not propose a revision of the notorious data retention directive this year.
About three months ago, I blogged about the considerable Member State “disharmony” about the content of the Data Protection Regulation published in January. Well the disagreements have multiplied, and the Council has “released” a revised position on the first 10 Articles of the new Data Protection Regulation that will replace the 1995 Directive. The changes favour data controllers. Expect 1,000 objections by Member States to the EU’s Data Protection Regulation. - Hawktalk
27/03/2013 The 2013 EU Justice Scoreboard Vice-President Viviane Reding - European Commission - Speeches - Speeches
Whenever you open a bank account, join a social networking website or book a flight online, you hand over vital personal information such as your name, address, and credit card number. Protection of personal data - Justice
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European Commission sets out strategy to strengthen EU data protection rules Brussels, 4 November 2010 European Commission sets out strategy to strengthen EU data protection rules What happens to your personal data when you board a plane, open a bank account, or share photos online?
Q&A: How Do You Define ‘Privacy Harm’? - Digits By Jennifer Valentino-DeVries In debates about online privacy, one question always seems to crop up: What’s the harm? How can harm come from a breach of privacy if there’s no fraud and the information isn’t used for, say, identity theft?
Could Europe’s Tough Privacy Protection Proposals Influence Washington, D.C.? - Kashmir Hill - The Not-So Private Parts