In Newsletter #84, we cover the EDPS end of year message, meeting data protection officers (DPOs) of the European institutions and bodies (EUIs), Opinions on eHealth and the New Pact on Migration and Asylum, and a fruitful exchange with the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
In this newsletter, we cover Artificial Intelligence and the EU's digital future, body temperature checks in times of COVID-19, data protection requirements in the prevention of money laundering and our IPEN Webinar on encryption.
In this newsletter, we cover the EDPS Strategy 2020-2024 focusing on Digital Solidarity. As well as, in the context of The Hague Forum, a report on the use of Microsoft products and services by the EUIs. Finally, the EDPS published a report accompanied by a factsheet and video on Data Protection Impact Assessments and the EDPS/EDPB trainees organised a conference on Data Protection in times of COVID-19.
In this edition of the EDPS Newsletter we cover the EDPS consultation on transfers of personal data, the virtual visit at the European Medicines Agency (EMA), the new TechDispatch on contact tracing and mobile apps, the 47th DPO virtual meeting among other topics.
In this month’s newsletter, the EDPS calls for Digital Solidarity in times of COVID-19, to work closely with EU Data Protection Supervisory authorities, in particular, with regard to contact tracing apps. EDPS, also, continued its investigative work into EU institution’s activities, issuing further recommendations. The IPEN 2020 Online Workshop will take place on 3 June, covering the topics of encryption, cryptography and algorithms.
In the February 2020 edition of the EDPS newlsetter we cover the EDPS Proportionality Guidelines, the EDPS preliminary Opinion on scientific research and our recent contributions to the debate on Artificial Intelligence, among other topics.
2019 was a year of great change at the EDPS. It marked the last year of an incredibly successful and productive mandate, which saw public awareness of the issues surrounding data protection and privacy increase tenfold. At the beginning of what is not only a new year, but a new mandate for the EDPS, January 2020’s Newsletter provides you with a retrospective look over the past twelve months, as well as an overview of some important EDPS events taking place this month. Read on for ten things you might have missed from 2019:
In the last edition of the EDPS Newsletter for 2019, we report on the appointment of Wojciech Wiewiórowski as the new European Data Protection Supervisor, take a moment to reflect on the previous five-year EDPS mandate and cover the EDPS investigation into the European Paliament's election activities, among many other activities.
In this edition of the EDPS Newsletter we cover the side event organised by the EDPS at the 2019 ICDPPC, the latest on the EU-Japan PNR agreement and facial recognition technology, among many other topics.
In the June 2019 edition of the EDPS Newsletter we review the results of the EDPS inspection of EU institution websites, look at the successful events held with International Organisations and IPEN and take a closer look at risk in personal data processing.
In the May 2019 edition of the EDPS Newsletter we cover data protection in the European Parliament elections, discuss the latest EDPS-DPO meeting in Frankfurt and ask for your views on the EDPS Newsletter in our Newsletter survey.
In the April 2019 edition of the EDPS Newsletter we look at the investigation into contractual agreements involving software in the EU institutions, examine newly released Opinions on cybercrime cooperation and electronic evidence and announce the next recording of our #DebatingEthics Conversations podcast.
In the March 2019 edition of the EDPS Newsletter we cover the launch of our 2018 Annual Report, share the first episode of our #DebatingEthics Conversations podcast, and discuss the balance between security and fundamental rights when it comes to addressing terrorist content online.
In the February 2019 edition of the EDPS Newsletter we cover the upcoming European elections, privacy-friendly workplaces, and the circumstances under which EU institutions are permitted to restrict an individual's data protection rights.
It’s been a busy year at the EDPS. With the entry into force of the GDPR in May, the international conference in October and the introduction of Regulation 2018/1725 in December, you would be forgiven for overlooking some of this year’s less high profile activity. With this in mind, January 2019’s Newsletter provides you with a retrospective look over the past twelve months. Here are ten things you might have missed:
In the December 2018 edition of the EDPS Newsletter we cover the introduction of the new Regulation 2018/1725, what we can learn from machine learning, and look back on the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners.