This is the third webinar in the new Enforcing Europe - Webinar Series. The Webinar Series is co-organised with the University of Luxembourg within the framework of the joint research project MATIS. The Webinar Series is in media partnership with Privacy Laws & Business.
In the third webinar, we will focus on the Law Enforcement Directive (EU) 2016/680 (LED), who has lived a somewhat shadowed existence. Its ‘beautiful sister’, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), took all the limelight and resources. To counterbalance this trend, we will take a deeper look at one aspect of the LED that seems the most revolutionary compared to the previous regime under the Council 2008 Framework Decision: the rights of the data subject.
We will discuss both the recent empirical research on exercising the rights under the LED, and experiences from the perspective of data protection authorities, active on the national and the EU level. The webinar will take an interactive approach with two rounds of questions with participation possibilities for the audience after a short setting the scene by the moderators.
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