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| 175 || [[Draft_programme_2020#ws13_20|WS 13]] || Dimitri Gugunava || Data Exchange Agency || Government || Transborder data flow - After having GDPR as the main axis of data protection regulations, a lot of issues concerning personal data protection arise in non-EU countries, like Georgia. Most of these issues are connected to transborder data flow. The interest of the EU should be to have not only strong members, but also strong allies.
 
| 175 || [[Draft_programme_2020#ws13_20|WS 13]] || Dimitri Gugunava || Data Exchange Agency || Government || Transborder data flow - After having GDPR as the main axis of data protection regulations, a lot of issues concerning personal data protection arise in non-EU countries, like Georgia. Most of these issues are connected to transborder data flow. The interest of the EU should be to have not only strong members, but also strong allies.
 
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| 181 || Big Stage (TBC) || Emanuela Girardi || Ministry of Economic Development, Italy || Government || The brain-computer interface (BCI) initiatives and CRISPR gene editing experiments. How far can we go? Is there a limit?
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| 181 || [[Draft_programme_2020#ws14_20|WS 14]], Big Stage (TBC) || Emanuela Girardi || Ministry of Economic Development, Italy || Government || The brain-computer interface (BCI) initiatives and CRISPR gene editing experiments. How far can we go? Is there a limit?
 
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| 187 || Big Stage (TBC) || Jutta Croll || Stiftung Digitale Chancen || Civil society || Nowadays children are growing up in a digital environment that provides opportunities but also risks of content, contact and conduct online. The new German Youth Protection Act (underway in 2020) suggests a child’s rights based approach to ensure their safety and their participation in the digital world.
 
| 187 || Big Stage (TBC) || Jutta Croll || Stiftung Digitale Chancen || Civil society || Nowadays children are growing up in a digital environment that provides opportunities but also risks of content, contact and conduct online. The new German Youth Protection Act (underway in 2020) suggests a child’s rights based approach to ensure their safety and their participation in the digital world.

Revision as of 11:49, 14 February 2020

This ist the consolidatet list of proposals for EuroDIG 2020

You can find the sortable full list of all proposals at List_of_proposals_for_EuroDIG_and_SEEDIG_2020.

Categories are colored as follows:

 Access & literacy   Development of IG ecosystem   Human rights & data protection   Innovation and economic issues   Media & content   Cross cutting / other issues   Security and crime   Technical & operational issues