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Strasbourg, 05 February 2013 T-PD-BUR 29 (2013)OJ_en

BUREAU OF THE CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE OF THE CONVENTION FOR THE PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH REGARD TO AUTOMATIC PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
[ETS n° 108]

29th meeting, Strasbourg, Agora room G4

From 5 February 2013 – 9:30 am
to 7 February 2013 – 4 pm

DRAFT AGENDA

1. Opening of the meeting

Abridged report of the 29th Plenary meeting of the Consultative Committee (27-30 November 2012)

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

Work programme of the T-PD

T-PD’s rules of procedure

2. Adoption of the agenda

3. Statement by the Secretariat

Jan Kleijssen, Director, Information Society and action against crime

4. Modernisation of Convention 108

Scientific Expert: Ms Cécile de Terwangne, Professor Law Faculty, CRID Research Director, Namur University (FUNDP)

Final document on the modernisation of Convention 108

    · T-PD-BUR(2013)03
    New ! 01 02 2013 

Draft Explanatory report

Draft terms of reference of the Ad hoc Committee

    · T-PD-BUR(2013)02

Information elements concerning the evaluation and follow-up mechanism

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

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

5. Data protection and Police

Scientific expert: Mr Joseph A. Cannataci, Professor at the University of Groningen, Faculty of Law, Netherlands

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

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

6. Biometrics

Scientific expert: Professor Paul De Hert, Head of the Department Interdisciplinary Legal Studies at Tilburg University, Netherlands

    ·

Experts’ Report on the application of the principles of Convention 108 to the collection and processing of biometric data

    ·

2005 Progress report on the application of the principles of Convention 108 to the collection and processing of biometric data

    ·

Resolution 1797 (2011) of PACE “The need for a global consideration of the human rights implications of biometrics”

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Recommendation 1960(2011) of PACE “The need for a global consideration of the human rights implications of biometrics”

7. Protection of medical data

Scientific expert: Mr Joseph A. Cannataci, Professor at the University of Groningen, Faculty of Law, Netherlands

8. Data protection used for employment purposes

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

9. Data Protection Day

Activities and events organised by member states and observers

10. Cooperation with other Council of Europe Bodies

Draft International Convention to combat the manipulation of sports results (restricted)

11. State of signatures, ratifications and accession

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

12. Events and data protection activities as well as work of other international organisations and institutions: overview

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

13. Observers

Required action: The Bureau will take note of the information provided by the observers.

14. Other issues

Draft order of business

   

5 February 2013

6 February 2013

7 February 2013

Opening

09:30 am

Items 1,2,3 & 5

Item 4

Item 4, 6 and remaining items

End

12:30am/1pm

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Re-opening

2 pm/2:30pm

Items 5, 7 and 8

Item 4

Item 6 and remaining items

 

8 pm

Informal gathering