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Strasbourg, 05 December 2012 T-PD 29 (2012) OJ_en

CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH REGARD TO AUTOMATIC PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
[ETS No. 108]
(T-PD)

29th Plenary meeting

27 November 2012 (9.30 a.m.)
30 November 2012 (4 p.m.)

Strasbourg, Palais, Room 1

AGENDA

I. Opening of the meeting

II. Adoption of the agenda

III. Statement by the Secretariat

    Mr Jan Kleijssen, Director, information society and action against crime

Abridged report of the 28th meeting of the Bureau of the T-PD (27-28 September 2012)

      · T-PD-BUR (2012) RAP28

Report of the 28th meeting of the Bureau of the T-PD (27-28 September 2012)

Abridged Report of the 28th Plenary meeting of the
T-PD (19 June - 22 June 2012)

Draft Report of the 28th plenary meeting of the T-PD
(19-22 June 2012)

Report of the 27th meeting of the Bureau of the T-PD
(16-18 April 2012)

T-PD’s rules of procedure

IV. Modernisation of Convention 108

      Required action: The T-PD will consider in third reading the proposals of modernisation of Convention 108 with a view to their approval and transmission to the Committee of Ministers.

Compilation of amendments’ proposals

Compilation of amendments’ proposals

Final document on the modernisation of Convention 108

Memorandum on introducing the concept of jurisdiction into Article 1 of Convention 108 (Update, 5/09/2012)

Reply of the CDDH following the request of the T-PD Bureau concerning the modernisation of the Convention for data protection (STCE 108)

Final document on the modernisation of Convention 108

Modernisation of Convention 108 : new proposals

Compilation of the comments received on the modernisation of Convention 108

Modernisation of Convention 108 : new proposals

“Consultation concerning the modernisation of Convention 108: results”

Report on the lacunae of the Convention for the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of personal data (ETS 108) resulting from technological developments

Report on the modalities and mechanisms for assessing implementation of the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data (ETS 108) and its Additional Protocol

Modalities for the amendment of Council of Europe treaties

Secretariat Comments on the strengthening of the Convention’s follow up mechanism


    - Ms Cécile de Terwangne, Professor Law Faculty, Namur University (FUNDP), CRIDS Research Director
    - Mr Jean-Philippe Moiny, CRIDS Researcher, Namur University (FUNDP)
    - Ms Marie Georges, Scientific Expert: modalities and mechanisms for assessing implementation of Convention 108

V. Data protection used for employment purposes

      Required action: The Committee will consider the revised draft of the 1989 Recommendation.

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
Mr Giovanni Buttarelli.

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 provided by the Secretariat.

    · Recommendation (87)15 of the Committee of Ministers to the member States on regulating the use of personal data in the police sector

    · “Recommendation (87)15 – Twenty-five years down the line: Interim Report “ (restricted)

    · ExpRec(87)15E - Explanatory memorandum to Recommendation N°R(87)15 of the Committee of Ministers to member states regulating the use of personal data in the police sector

VII. Morocco

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided by the Secretariat.

Kingdom of Morocco - request to be invited to accede to Convention 108 – Opinion of the T-PD

VIII. Overview of data protection activities since the last plenary meeting

      Required action: the T-PD members will take note of the participation of the T-PD members and the Secretariat in various events and of the information provided.

Compilation of reports of T-PD representatives in other committees and fora as well as other events and conferences

34th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (23-24 October, Punta del Este, Uruguay) (links only in English)

Uruguay Declaration on profiling
http://privacyconference2012.org/wps/wcm/connect/7b10b0804d5dc38db944fbfd6066fd91/Uruguay_Declaration_final.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

Uruguay Resolution on cloud computing
http://privacyconference2012.org/wps/wcm/connect/92d083804d5dbb9ab90dfbfd6066fd91/Resolutionon_Cloud_Computing.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

Uruguay Resolution on the future of privacy
http://privacyconference2012.org/wps/wcm/connect/ae021f804d5dbfeeb937fbfd6066fd91/aResolution_on_the_Future_of_Privacy.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

Events and Conferences 2012

      - 3rd Annual European Data Protection and Privacy Conference
      (4 December, Brussels)
      - ITU World Conference on international telecommunications (WCIT)
      (3 – 14 December, Dubai)

      - 2nd Meeting of the Committee of Experts on Rights of Internet Users
      (MSI-DUI)
      (13-14 December, Strasbourg)

IX. Data Protection Day

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided.

      6th International Conference on Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (23-25 January 2013, Brussels)

X. Exchange of Views

      Required action: The Committee will have an exchange of views on data protection issues which could arise in the use of Google’s services.

XI. Work programme

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided and will reflect on its next activities.

XII. Cooperation with other Council of Europe Bodies

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided.

T-PD(2012)Inf - Cooperation with other Council of Europe bodies

XIII. Opinions

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the finalised opinions.

XIV. State of signatures, ratifications and accession

Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided.

XV. Observers

      Required action: The Committee will welcome its new Observers (the Internet Society and the Personal Information Protection Commission of the Republic of Korea) and will take note of the information provided by the Observers.

      T-PD(2012)13

XVI. Data Protection Commissioner

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided by the Council of Europe Data Protection Commissioner.

XVII. Contact points and national information

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided.

XVIII. Next meetings

    Required action: The Committee will take note of the proposed dates for the next meetings of the Bureau and of the Plenary meeting of the T-PD in 2013.

XIX. Other Business

CAPACITY BUILDING IN UKRAINE - Mr Bertil Cottier

Recommendations on the protection of privacy in media coverage
(English only)

      · WADA
      · ICANN

Draft order of business

   

27 Nov 2012

28 Nov 2012

29 Nov 2012

30 Nov 2012

Opening

9:30 am

Items I, II, III, IV

Item IV

Item IV

Items V, VI

End

12:30 am/1
pm

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Re-opening

2 pm/2:30 pm

Item IV

Item IV

Items IV, VII

Items VIII-XIX

 

8 pm

Informal gathering