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Strasbourg, 3 June 2014 T-PD31(2014)OJ_en_prov2
CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH REGARD TO AUTOMATIC PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
[ETS No. 108]
31st Plenary meeting
2 June 2014 (9.30 a.m.)
4 June 2014 (4 p.m.)
Council of Europe, Strasbourg (Palais, Room 2)
I. Opening of the meeting
Abridged report of the 32nd meeting of the Bureau of the T-PD (25-27 March 2014)
Abridged report of the 31st meeting of the Bureau of the T-PD (18-20 December 2013)
Abridged Report of the 30th Plenary meeting of the T-PD (15-18 October 2013)
T-PD’s rules of procedure
II. Adoption of the agenda
III. Statement by the Secretariat
Mr Jan Kleijssen, Director Information Society and Action against Crime Directorate, Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law – DG I.
IV. Modernisation of Convention 108
Required action: The Committee will take note of the work of the CAHDATA, of the revised draft explanatory report, as well as of the information elements on the evaluation and follow-up mechanism and will examine the structure of the related questionnaire.
Scientific expert: Ms Cécile de Terwangne, Professor Law Faculty, Namur University (FUNDP), CRIDS Research Director
Working document - Convention 108 with Additional Protocol and Modernisation Proposals
Draft Explanatory report
Information elements on the evaluation and follow-up mechanism
Structure of the questionnaire of the evaluation and follow-up mechanism
Final document on the modernisation of Convention 108
V. Data used for employment purposes
Required action: The Committee will finalise the revised draft of the Recommendation in order to transmit it to the CDMSI.
Compilation of comments on the draft revised Recommendation on the protection of personal data used for employment purposes
Study on Recommendation (89)2 on the protection of personal data used for employment purposes and to suggest proposals for the revision of the above-mentioned Recommendation by Giovanni Buttarelli
Recommendation on the protection of personal data used for employment purposes
VI. Data Protection and Police
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information presented and will decide on the follow-up to be given
Recommendation (87)15 – “Twenty-five years down the line: Final Report”
VII. Recommendation on medical data
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information presented.
· Background document
VIII. Experts’ Report on automatic exchanges of personal data
Required action: The Committee will take note of the report prepared by the scientific experts and will decide on the necessary follow-up.
Scientific Experts: Ms Caroline Porasso and Mr Benjamin Aouizerat
Report on the implications for data protection of the growing use of mechanisms for automatic inter-state exchanges of personal data for administrative and tax purposes, as well as in connection with money laundering, financing of terrorism and corruption
Draft opinion (see item XIII)
IX. Big data
Required action: The Committee will take note of the presentation made by the scientific expert, will hold an exchange of views and will decide on the necessary follow-up.
Scientific Expert: Mr Bertil Cottier, Professor, University of Lugano
X. Overview of activities and major developments in the field of data protection since the last plenary meeting
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information presented and will hold an exchange of views.
Information on the recent developments
Handbook on European Data Protection
European Conference of Data Protection authorities (Strasbourg, 5 June 2014)
XI. Data Protection Day
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided by the Secretariat.
XII. Cooperation with other Council of Europe Bodies
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided.
· Steering Committee on Media and Information Society (CDMSI)
o Recommendation on a Guide to human rights for Internet users and explanatory memorandum
· Cybercrime Committee (T-CY)
· Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) – Sport Conventions Division
o Draft Convention against the manipulation of sport competitions and draft explanatory report
· Committee on Bioethics (DH-BIO)
o DH-BIO/INF (2014) 3 - Working document on research on biological materials of human origin
o Major developments in the field of Bioethics since the last Plenary meeting of November 2013
o Study on scientific developments in this field, prepared by the Rathenau Instituut (Netherlands), published in April 2014.
o Draft Recommendation on the use of predictive health-related data for insurance purposes and related opinion (see item XIII)
o Resolution 1986(2014) and Recommendation 2041(2014):” Improving user protection and security in cyberspace”
o Resolution 1970 (2014) and Recommendation 2033 (2014): “Internet and politics: the impact of new information and communication technology on democracy”
o Introductory memorandum on Mass surveillance and the protection of whistle blowers by Mr Pieter Omtzigt, Rapporteur
o Sub-group on special investigation techniques – discussion paper
Required action: The Committee will examine the draft opinions submitted for adoption and will take note of the compilation of opinions.
Draft opinion – data protection implications of mechanisms for automatic inter-state exchanges of personal data for administrative and tax purposes
Draft opinion – PACE Recommendation 2041 (2014) – “Improving user protection and security in cyberspace”
Compilation of opinions
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided by the observers and will examine the request for observer status made by the International Committee of the Red Cross
XV. Data Protection Commissioner
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided by the Council of Europe Data Protection Commissioner and will take the necessary actions regarding the forthcoming term 2015-2017.
XVI. Contact points and national information
Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided by the Secretariat concerning the joint OECD-APEC-Council of Europe list of contact points and the Council of Europe web site.
XVII. Next meetings
Required action: The Committee will take note of the proposed dates for the next
meetings of the Bureau and for the Plenary meeting of the T-PD in 2015.
Required action: The Committee will proceed to the election for two years of one Chair, two vice-Chairs and four Bureau members.
Memorandum concerning elections
XIX. Other Business
Draft order of business
(provisional and subject to change in light of the work pace)
2 June 2014
3 June 2014
4 June 2014
Items 8, 13,14,15,18
- 2:00/2:30 pm
5:30 / 6:00 pm