BRUSSELS PRIVACY HUB
INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC PRIVACY RESEARCH CENTRE IN THE HEART OF EUROPE
BRUSSELS PRIVACY HUB
INTERNATIONAL academic privacy research centre in the HEART of Europe
July 2016 • Christopher Kuner teaches at Academy of European Law Summer School in Florence
In July 2016, Hub Co-Director Christopher Kuner taught a course entitled “The Future of the Internet and the Global Reach of EU Law in the Context of Online Data Protection and Internet Governance” at the summer school of the Academy of European Law at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy.
July 2016 • BPH hosts one day conference that considers European Data Protection Law reform from the Belgian Perspective
On 7 July 2016, Brussels Privacy Hub hosted a one day conference New European Data Protection Laws: The Belgian Perspective, that brought together data protection experts and Belgian professionals impacted by the data protection reform at European level. Brussels Privacy Hub was honoured to host Secretary of State for Privacy, Phiippe de Backer who spoke to conference participants about some of the challenges that new data protection reforms pose for Belgian legal professionals. For full information, please see the Final Programme.
July 2016 • Brussels Privacy Hub welcomes Professor Haksoo Ko as Visiting Scholar
Brussels Privacy Hub is delighted to welcome Professor Haksoo Ko from Seoul National University Centre for Law and Economics as a Visiting Scholar. During his stay, Professor Ko presented the Korean data protection framework at a seminar on EU Korea Data Protection that was supported by Samsung and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea to the Kingdom of Belgium and the European Union.
July 2016 • 1st European Data Protection Law Summer School kicks off with keynote address by Mr Paul Nemitz
The 1st European Data Protection Law Summer School: Getting to Grips with the GDPR was inaugurated by Mr Paul Nemitz who gave a keynote speech on to summer school participants. Mr Nemitz discussed "EU Data Protection Now: Priorities and Challenges". The keynote address was followed by questions and comments from Prof Lee A. Bygrave who was a member of the summer school faculty and reflected upon issues covered during the summer school sessions.
For previous BPH news, please see the News Archive.
28-29 September 2016 • Data protection in humanitarian action: Workshop 5 - Cloud Services and Workshop 6 - Bulk SMS and Mobile Messaging, Brussels, Belgium More information
4 October 2016 • GDPR Workshop Series: The GDPR and privacy impact assessments, Brussels, Belgium More information
8 November 2016 • Identifiability: Policy and Practical Solutions for Anonymization and Pseudonymization, Brussels, Belgium More information
Date (TBC)• GDPR Workshop Series: The GDPR and the implications for research, Brussels, Belgium More information
Dr. Christopher Kuner
Brussels Privacy Hub
Law Science Technology & Society (LSTS)
Building B, room 4B315
Vrije Universiteit Brussel