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19 June 2019 | 11:45-12:15  | EVEREST 1 & 2<br />
 
[[Consolidated programme 2019|'''Consolidated programme 2019 overview''']]<br /><br />
 
[[Consolidated programme 2019|'''Consolidated programme 2019 overview''']]<br /><br />
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Working title: <big>'''GDPR Update'''</big><br /><br />
 
 
== Session teaser ==
 
== Session teaser ==
Until <span class="dateline">25 April 2019</span>.
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News about the enforcement of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation by data protection authorities.
  
 
== Session description ==  
 
== Session description ==  
Until <span class="dateline">30 April 2019</span>.
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With GDPR, companies started to create long privacy statements and created annoying cookie-walls. This seems like a Pyrrhic victory. However, there a signs that real change is on its way. This flash session gives an overview about recent impacts of GDPR on the web and what we can expect in the near future.
 
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There will also be an explanation what GDPR means for the web, why there is more than consent and what rights we enjoy.
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== Format ==  
 
== Format ==  
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The flash session will consist out of a short presentation (20 mins) followed by 10 mins Q&A.
 
 
Flashes are a flexible format with no formal session principles applying. Mostly for presentation of a project, product or thesis, a controversy to gather feedback from the audience. No reporting and no remote participation or transcription support.
 
 
 
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== Further reading ==  
 
== Further reading ==  
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Interesting opinions by data protection authorities:
  
Links to relevant websites, declarations, books, documents. Please note we cannot offer web space, so only links to external resources are possible. Example for an external link: [http://www.eurodig.org/ Main page of EuroDIG]
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* Dutch DPA: [https://techcrunch.com/2019/03/08/cookie-walls-dont-comply-with-gdpr-says-dutch-dpa/ Cookie walls do not comply with GDPR]
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* French DPA (CNIL): [https://www.cnil.fr/en/cnils-restricted-committee-imposes-financial-penalty-50-million-euros-against-google-llc 50 million Euro fine for lack of valid consent]
  
 
== People ==  
 
== People ==  
Until <span class="dateline">15 May 2019</span>: Key participants
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* Jörn Erbguth, University of Geneva, [https://erbguth.ch Independent Consultant on Blockchain and GDPR]
 
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* Lisa Trujillo, Independent Technologist and Privacy Researcher, [https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisamtrujillo/ LinkedIn]
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Latest revision as of 14:24, 19 June 2019

19 June 2019 | 11:45-12:15 | EVEREST 1 & 2
Consolidated programme 2019 overview

Session teaser

News about the enforcement of the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation by data protection authorities.

Session description

With GDPR, companies started to create long privacy statements and created annoying cookie-walls. This seems like a Pyrrhic victory. However, there a signs that real change is on its way. This flash session gives an overview about recent impacts of GDPR on the web and what we can expect in the near future. There will also be an explanation what GDPR means for the web, why there is more than consent and what rights we enjoy.

Format

The flash session will consist out of a short presentation (20 mins) followed by 10 mins Q&A.

Further reading

Interesting opinions by data protection authorities:

People