Strasbourg, 28 June 2012 T-PD (2011) RAP 28 Abr

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

(T-PD)

    28th plenary meeting

    Strasbourg, 19-22 juin 2012
    _________

    ABRIDGED REPORT

    DG I – Human rights and rule of law

    The Consultative Committee of the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data (T-PD), established under Article 18 of the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data [ETS No. 108], held its 28th meeting in Strasbourg from 19 to 22 June 2012, with Mr Jean-Philippe Walter (Switzerland) in the Chair. The agenda, as adopted by the T-PD, and the list of participants are set out in Appendices I and II.
    The (T-PD):

    1. gave a second reading to the proposals for modification of Convention 108, revised by its Bureau following the last plenary meeting and the consultations carried out, and decided to instruct its Bureau to finalise these proposals in the light of the discussions and of comments made, with a view to their examination and approval at the 29th plenary meeting (27 to 30 November 2012);

    2. took note of the work being done within its Bureau so as to submit a draft revision of Recommendation (89)2 on the protection of personal data used for employment purposes by the end of the year;

    3. invited the scientific expert, Mr Joseph Cannataci, to finalise his report on implementation of Recommendation (87)15 regulating the use of personal data in the police sector so it could be examined at the 29th plenary meeting;

    4. took note of the information provided on Data Protection Day 2012 and the initiatives with a view to the 2013 edition as well as on activities and major developments in the data protection field since its last plenary meeting and, concerning the latter point, invited its Bureau to consider the advisability of identifying a specific theme for exchanges of information during forthcoming plenary meetings;

    5. took note of the information provided concerning the cooperation with other Council of Europe bodies and, in particular, of the work of the office of the Council of Europe Commissioner on Human rights and on sport related conventions which may lead to a new cooperation;

    6. took note of the information provided on the state of signatures, ratifications and accessions and welcomed the arrival of a 44th party to the Convention (Armenia);

    7. confirmed the lines of its work programme for 2012 and 2013 and instructed its Bureau to ensure its implementation and to examine avenues for subsequent action;

    8. adopted a draft opinion on a draft declaration by the Committee of Ministers on risks to fundamental rights stemming from digital tracking and other surveillance technologies and instructed the Secretariat to transmit it to the Steering Committee on Media and Information Society (CDMSI) within the required deadline;

    9. examined the draft opinion on the proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and the draft opinion on the proposal of a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by competent authorities for the purposes of prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offenses or the execution of criminal penalties, and the free movement of such data and instructed its Secretariat to review, further to the obtention of the formal confirmation of the request, the draft opinions with a view to finalising the drafts by written procedure ;

    10. took note of the information submitted by the observers and by the Data Protection Commissioner and underlined the need for the Council of Europe to align its internal regulations on the standards it promotes;

    11. took note of the presentation by Mr Luiz Costa on data protection in Brazil;

    12. instructed its Secretariat to contact each delegation with a view to updating the national information on the Internet site and the information on contact points, taking note in this respect of the OECD representative's invitation to share this information;

    13. elected Mr Walter (Switzerland) as its Chair for a further term of office,
    Ms Štĕpánková (Czech Republic) as 1st Vice-Chair, Ms Catherine Pozzo di Borgo (France), as 2nd Vice-Chair as well as the following four Bureau members: Mr Lommel (Luxembourg), Ms Pierucci (Italy), Mr Puente Escobar (Spain) and Ms Ruzic (Serbia).

    14. took note of the dates of the 29th plenary meeting (27-30 November 2012 in Strasbourg) and of the Bureau meeting (27-28 September 2012 in Strasbourg).

    ANNEXE I

    LIST OF PARTICIPANTS


    Strasbourg, 22 June 2012 T-PD (2012) LP

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

    COMITE CONSULTATIF DE LA CONVENTION POUR LA PROTECTION DES PERSONNES A L’EGARD DU TRAITEMENT AUTOMATISE DES DONNEES A CARACTERE PERSONNEL [STE 108]
    (T-PD)

    28th meeting / 28ème réunion
    Strasbourg, 19 – 22 juin/June 2012
    Palais – salle 2

    LIST OF PARTICIPANTS / LISTE DES PARTICIPANTS

    MEMBERS OF THE T-PD/MEMBRES DU T-PD

    ALBANIA / ALBANIE
    Flora Çabej Pogaçe, Albanian Commissioner for Personal Data Protection, Rruga Abdi Toptani, Ish godina e Ministrise te Transporteve dhe Telekomunikacionit, Kati i dyte, Tirana

    Elka Dafa, Expert of Legal Procedural and Foreign Relations Department, Rruga Abdi Toptani, Nr. 4, Kati i II-te, Tirana

    ANDORRA / ANDORRE
    Joan Crespo Piedra, Cap de l’Agencia, Agencia Andorrana de Protecció de Dades, Personal - Prat de la creu, 59-65 – AD Andorra la Vella – Principat d’Andorra

    Anna Cadena, Inspector, Agencia Andorrana de Protecció de Dades Personals,
    Prat de la creu, 59-65 – AD Andorra la Vella – Principat d’Andorra

    AUSTRIA / AUTRICHE
    Matthias Schmidl, Knowledge officer, Bundeskanzleramt, Verfassungsdienst, Ballhausplatz 2, 1014 Wien

    AZERBAIJAN / AZERBAÏDJAN
    Asgar Hajiyev, Legal assistant of the Ministry of National Security of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Baku, 2, Parliament avenue

    BELGIUM / BELGIQUE 
    Joëlle Jouret, SPF Justice, Direction générale de la législation et des libertés et droits fondamentaux, Service des droits de l’homme, Cellule vie privée, 115 boulevard de Waterloo, 1000 Bruxelles

    Valérie Verbruggen, Conseiller Juridique, Commission de la protection de la vie privée, Rue Haute 139, 1000 Bruxelles

    BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA / BOSNIE HERZEGOVINE
    Vesna Pehar, Assistant Director, Department for International Cooperation and Public Relations, Personal data protection Agency, Vilsonovo setaliste 10, 71000 Sarajevo

    BULGARIA / BULGARIE (Apologised / excusé)

    CROATIA / CROATIE
    Patricio Marcos Petrić, Croatian Agency for Protection of Personal Data, Martićeva 14,
    HR -10 000 Zagreb

    Dubravko Bilić, Croatian Agency for Protection of Personal Data, Martićeva 14, 10 000 Zagreb

    CYPRUS / CHYPRE
    Maria Michaelidou, Data Protection Officer, Office of the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection, P.O. Box 23378, 1682 Nicosia

    CZECH REPUBLIC / RÉPUBLIQUE TCHÈQUE
    Hana Štĕpánková, Head of the Press Department, Spokeswoman, Office for Personal Data Protection, Pplk.Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7

    DENMARK / DANEMARK
    Jens Teilberg Søndergaard, Head of Constitutional Law Division, Ministry of Justice, Statsretskontoret, Slotsholmsgade 10, 1216 København K

    ESTONIA / ESTONIE
    Kaja Puusepp, Supervision Director, Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate, Väike-Amerika 19, 10129 Tallinn

    FINLAND / FINLANDE
    Leena Vettenranta, Senior Specialist (Data Protection), Ministry of Justice, PO Box 25, FI-00023

    FRANCE
    Catherine Pozzo di Borgo, Commissaire du Gouvernement adjoint auprès de la CNIL, Services du Premier Ministre, 66 rue de Bellechasse 75007 Paris

    GEORGIA / GEORGIE
    Nino Sarishvili, Head of Research and Analysis Unit, Analytical Department, Ministry of Justice, 24 Gorgasali Str., 0133 Tbilisi

    GERMANY / ALLEMAGNE
    Claudia Thomas, Desk Officer Data Protection Unit, Bundesministerium des Innern, Ref. V II fehrbelliner Platz 3 – 10707 Berlin

    GREECE / GRECE
    Athanasia Vasilopoulou, Public Official Directorate, General of Legislative Coordination and of Special International  Legal Relations, Directorate of Legislative Coordination and of Special International  Legal Relations, Dept. of EU Matters, Hellenic Ministry of Justice, Transparency & Human Rights,96 Messogion Av., 115 27, Athens

    HUNGARY / HONGRIE 
    Dr Attila Péterfalvi, President, National Authority for the Data Protection and Freedom of Information, H-1125 Budapest, Szilàgyi Erzsébet fasor 22/C

    Dr Julia Sziklay, Head of Department for International Affairs and Public Relations, National Authority for Data Protection and Freedom of Information, H-1125 Budapest, Szilàgyi Erzsébet fasor 22/C

    ICELAND / ISLANDE (Apologised / excusé)

    IRELAND / IRLANDE
    Noreen Walsh, Civil Law Reform Division, Department of Justice and Equality, Bishop's Square, Redmond's Hill, Dublin 2

    ITALY / ITALIE
    Mario Guglielmetti, Service for EU and International Matters, Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, Piazza di Monte Citorio, 121, 00185 Roma

    LATVIA / LETTONIE (Apologised / excusé)

    LIECHSTENSTEIN
    Philipp Mittelberger, Datenschutzbeauftragter, Stabsstelle für Datenschutz (Data Protection Office), Haus Wille, Kirchstrasse 8, 9490 Vaduz

    LITHUANIA / LITUANIE
    Rita Vaitkevičienė, Deputy Director, State Data Protection Inspectorate, A. Juozapavičiaus str. 6, Slucko str. 2, 09310 Vilnius

    LUXEMBOURG
    Gérard Lommel, Président de la Commission Nationale pour la protection des données,
    41 rue de la Gare, 1611 Luxembourg

    MALTA / MALTE
    Ingrid Camilleri B.A., Head of Legal Unit, Office of the Data Protection Commissioner,
    2 Airwars House, High Street Sliema SLM 16

    MONACO
    Isabelle Rouanet-Passeron, Conseiller Technique, Département de l’Équipement, de l’Environnement et de l’Urbanisme, 98000 Monaco

    MONTENEGRO
    Radenko Lacmanovic, Council member of Data Protection Agency of Montenegro, Kralja Nikole 2, Podgorica

    Bojana Lakovic, personal assistant, Nikole Kovacevica 8, Podgorica

    NETHERLANDS / PAYS-BAS
    Lotte Valkenburg, Ministry of Security and Justice, Legislation Department, PO Box 20301 – The Hague

    NORWAY / NORVEGE (Apologised / excusé)

    POLAND / POLOGNE
    Wojciech Rafal Wiewiorowski, Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, Social Education and International Cooperation, Bureau of the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw

    PORTUGAL
    João Pedro Cabral, Legal Adviser, Directorate General of Justice Policy, Ministry of Justice, Avenida D. João II, n.º1.08.01 E, Torre H, Pisos 2/3, 1990-097 Lisboa

    REPULBIC OF MOLDOVA / REPUBLIQUE DE MOLDOVA
    Nicolae Lungu, Head of the Legal Affairs Division and Public Relation for the National Center for the Data Protection, MD-2012 Chisinau

    ROMANIA / ROUMANIE
    Georgeta Basarabescu, President of the National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing, Olari street no. 32, 2nd district, Bucharest 024057

    Alina Savoiu, Autoritatea Nationala de Supraveghere a Prelucrarii Datelor cu Caracter Personal, 28-30, Magheru Street 1'nd District Bucharest

    SERBIA / SERBIE
    Nevena Ruzic, Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection, Head of the Office, 42 Svetozara Markovica, 11000 Belgrade

    SLOVAK REPUBLIC / RÉPUBLIQUE SLOVAQUE
    Veronika Žuffová–Kunčová, State Counselor, Foreign Relations Department, Personal Data Protection Office of the SR, Odborárske námestie 3, 817 60 Bratislava 15

    SLOVENIA / SLOVENIE
    Marijan Conc, State Supervisor for personal data, Information Commissioner Office, Vosnjakova 1, p.p. 78, 1001 Ljubljana

    SPAIN / ESPAGNE
    Agustín Puente Escobar, Director, Agencia Española De Protección De Datos, State Attorney -Head of the Legal department, C/Jorge Juan, 6, 28001 Madrid

    SWEDEN / SUEDE
    David Törngren, Legal Adviser, Ministry of Justice, 10333 Stockholm

    SWITZERLAND / SUISSE 
    Jean-Philippe Walter, [Chair of the T-PD], Office du Préposé fédéral à la protection des données et à la transparence (PFPDT), Chancellerie fédérale, Feldeggweg 1, 3003 Berne

    “THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA” / « L’EX-RÉPUBLIQUE YOUGOSLAVE DE MACÉDOINE »
    Dimitar Gjeorgjievski, Director of the Directorate for Personal Data Protection of the Republic of Macedonia, Street Samoilova 10, 1000 Skopje

    UKRAINE
    Olena Zerkal, Director of Department for Interaction with Government Authorities, Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, Kyiv

    UNITED KINGDOM / ROYAUME-UNI
    John Bowman, Head of EU Data Protection Policy, Ministry of Justice, 102 Petty France, London SW1H 9AJ 

    OBSERVERS/OBSERVATEURS

    RUSSIAN FEDERATION / FÉDÉRATION DE RUSSIE
    Andrei Fedosenko, Leading Counselor of the Office of the State Duma Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building

    Konstantin Kosorokov, Deputy to the Permanent Representative, 75, allée de la Robertsau, F-67000 Strasbourg

    Igor Nikonov, Deputy Head of Section on Development of Information Society, Department of Creation and Development of Information Society, Ministry of Communication and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation

    Dmitry Vyatkin, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building;

    TURKEY / TURQUIE
    Mesut Uzuntok, Judge, Ph. D. / Directorate General for Laws - Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Turkey
     
    İzzettin Üşümez, Judge / Directorate General for International Law and Foreign Relations - Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Turkey

    USA / ETATS-UNIS (Apologised / excusé)

    ASSOCIATION EUROPEENNE POUR LA DEFENSE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME / EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEFENSE OF HUMAN RIGHTS (AEDH)
    Marise Artiguelong, Déléguée, AEDH, Rue de la Caserne 33 – 1000 Brussels, Belgium

    FRENCH-SPEAKING ASSOCIATION OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITIES / ASSOCIATION FRANCOPHONE DES AUTORITÉS DE PROTECTION DES DONNÉES PERSONNELLES (AFAPDP)
    Floriane Leclercq, Chargée de mission, Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés, 8 rue Vivienne - CS 30223 - 75083 PARIS Cedex 08

    INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (ICC) / CHAMBRE DE COMMERCE INTERNATIONALE (CCI)
    Christopher Kuner, Centre for European Legal Studies, University of Cambridge

    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY COMMISSIONERS / CONFERENCE INTERNATIONALE DES COMMISSAIRES A LA PROTECTION DES DONNEES ET DE LA VIE PRIVEE

    Anton Battesti, Chargé des relations institutionnelles, Service des affaires européennes et internationales, Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, 8 rue Vivienne - CS 30223 - 75083 PARIS Cedex 08

    IBERO-AMERICAN DATA PROTECTION NETWORK / RESEAU IBERO-AMERICAIN DE PROTECTION DES DONNEES
    Arturo Ríos Camarena, Director of International Affairs for Data Protection, Federal Institute for Access to Information and Data protection (IFAI), Av. México 151. Col. Del Carmen Coyoacán, C.P. 04100, Delegación Coyoacán, México, D.F.

    EUROPEAN UNION / UNION EUROPEENNE
    Laura Corrado, Deputy Head of Unit, Unit C.3 - Data protection , European Commission, DG Justice, Office: MO 59 - 2/24, B -1049 Brussels, Belgium

    Katerina Dimitrakopoulou, Policy Officer, European Commission, DG Justice,
    Unit C3 - Data Protection, Directorate C: Fundamental Rights and Union Citizenship, MO59 02/41, B-1049 Brussels/Belgium

    Luisella Pavan-Woolfe – Head of the European Union Delegation to the Council of Europe, 18, Boulevard de l'Orangerie, Strasbourg

    Luis Tarín Martín, Deputy to the Head of Delegation, Delegation of the European Union to the Council of Europe, 18 Boulevard de l'Orangerie, Strasbourg

    Daniel Toda Castán, Delegation of the European Union to the Council of Europe, European Union Delegation to the Council of Europe, 18 Boulevard de l'Orangerie,
    F-67000, Strasbourg

    Guy Stessens, Council of the European Union, General Secretariat - DG D 2B, Judicial
    co-operation in criminal matters, Office 20 MN 37, Wetstraat 175, B-1048 Brussels

    EUROPEAN DATA PROTECTION SUPERVISOR / LE CONTRÔLEUR EUROPEEN DE LA PROTECTION DES DONNÉES
    Jaroslaw Lotarski, Administrator/Legal Officer, Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) / Bureau du Contrôleur Européen de la Protection des Données (CEPD), rue Wiertz 60 – 1047 Brussels, Belgium

    Anne-Christine Lacoste, Conseil juridique – Coordinateur, Office of the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) / Bureau du Contrôleur Européen de la Protection des Données (CEPD), rue Wiertz 60 - MO 63, B-1047 Brussels,
    (Office: Rue Montoyer 63, 6th floor)

    INTERPOL (Apologised / Excusé)

    ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (OECD) / ORGANISATION DE COOPÉRATION ET DE DÉVELOPPEMENT ÉCONOMIQUE (OCDE)
    Michael Donohue, Senior Policy Analyst, Division Information, Informatique et Communications, 2, rue André-Pascal 75775 PARIS Cedex 16

    OTHER PARTICIPANTS / AUTRES PARTICIPANTS

    COUNCIL OF EUROPE DATA PROTECTION COMMISSIONER
    Eva Souhrada-Kirchmayer, Hohenstaufengasse 3, 1010 Wien, Austria

    EXPERTS SCIENTIFIQUES/SCIENTIFIC EXPERTS

    Marie Georges, Consultante, 58 rue de Rochechouart, 75009 Paris, France

    Jean-Philippe Moiny, Chercheur au CRIDS (Centre de Recherches Informatique, Droit et Société), Doctorant FNRS, Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix (FUNDP), Rempart de la Vierge n°5, 5B-5000 Namur, Belgique

    Luiz Costa, Faculté de droit, CRIDS, Rempart de la Vierge, 5, 5000 Namur (Belgique)

    COUNCIL OF EUROPE BODIES / ORGANES DU CONSEIL DE L’EUROPE

    The European Committee on Legal Co-operation / Le Comité européen de coopération juridique (CDCJ)
    Diana Scobioală, Chef de la Direction Générale des relations internationales et intégration européenne, Ministère de la Justice, 31 August 1989 str. No 82, MD - 2012 Chisinau

    SECRETARIAT

    DG I – Human Rights and Rule of law /
    DG I - Droits de l’Homme et État de droit

    Information Society and Action againt Crime Directorate / Direction de la Société de l’Information et de la lutte contre la criminalité

    Jan Kleijssen, Director/Directeur

    Media, Information Society, Data Protection and Cybercrime Department / Service des médias, de la société de l’information, de la protection des données et de la cybercriminalité

    Jan Malinowski, Head of Media, Information Society, Data Protection and Cybercrime Department

    • Data Protection and Cybercrime Division / Division de la protection des données et cybercriminalité

    Alexander Seger, Head of Division/ Chef de Division

    Sophie Kwasny, Secretary of the TPD / Secrétaire du T-PD

    Nicolas Wevelsiep, Programme officer / Gestionnaire de programmes

    Szilvia Simond, Assistant / Assistante

    Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights / Bureau du Commissaire aux Droits de l’Homme

    Victor Munteanu, Adviser to the Commissioner for Human Rights

    Sport Conventions Divisions / Division des conventions du sport

    Pierre Masson, Head of Sport Conventions Division / Chef de Division des conventions du sport

    Liene Kozlovska

    INTERPRETERS/INTERPRETES

    Alison Smith
    Derrick Worsdale
    Christine Trapp

    ANNEXE II

    AGENDA


    Strasbourg, 15 juin 2012 T-PD 28 (2012) OJ_en

T-PD 28 (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)

    28th Plenary meeting

19 June 2012 (9.30 a.m.)
22 June 2012 (5 p.m.)

    Strasbourg, Palais, Room 2

    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 27th Plenary meeting of the
T-PD (29 November – 2 December 2011)

Report of the 26th meeting of the Bureau of the T-PD
(6-8 February 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 second reading the proposals of modernisation of Convention 108 with a view to their approval and transmission to the Committee of Ministers.

Final document on the modernisation of Convention 108 (to be issued after replies by Delegations have been received)

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 take note of the information provided on the revision work of the 1989 Recommendation.

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.

 

    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: Preliminary Report “ (restricted)

    VII. 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

    Events and Conferences 2012

      - Washington – EU Conference – 19 March
      - Luxembourg – European DPA Conference (3 – 4 May)
      - Skopje – International Conference (30-31 May)
      - Stockholm EuroDIG (14 – 15 June)
      - strasbourg – Octopus Conference (6-8 june)

    Forthcoming:

      - Punta del Este – 34th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners (23 – 26 October)
      - Baku – Internet Governance Forum (IGF) (6 – 9 November)

    VIII. Data Protection Day

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

    · DPD (2012) Compilation

    Compilation of the participation forms received for the 2012 Data Protection Day

    · T-PD-BUR(2012)02Mos

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

    IX. Major developments in the data protection field since the 27th meeting of the T-PD (29 Nov. – 2 Dec. 2011)

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the information provided and will have an exchange of views on those issues.

    X. Work programme

    XI. 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)

     

    · European Committee on Legal Cooperation (CDCJ)

     

    · Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly (PACE)

     

    · Enlarged Partial Agreement on Sport (EPAS) – Sport Conventions Division
    Link to the document “Data protection issues in anti-doping”

     

    · Committee on Bioethics (DH – Bio)

     

    XII. Opinions

      Required action: The Committee will take note of the finalised opinions and will consider the draft opinions submitted.

      · Draft opinion on the proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.

     

      · Draft opinion on the proposal of a Directive of the European Parliament and the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by competent authorities for the purposes of prevention, investigation, detection or prosecution of criminal offenses or the execution of criminal penalties, and the free movement of such data.

     

      · Draft opinion on the Draft Committee of Ministers Declaration on risks to fundamental rights stemming from digital tracking and other surveillance technologies.
      Link to the Draft Declaration

     
     

    XIII. State of signatures, ratifications and accession

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

· Overview Convention 108

· Overview additional Protocol

    XIV. Observers

      Required action: Note will be taken on the information provided by the Observers.

    XV. Data Protection Commissioner

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

    · Secretary General’s Regulation

     

    XVI. Contact points and national information

    XVII. Next meetings

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

    XVIII. elections

    · T-PD(2012)03

    Memorandum concerning elections for the T-PD

    XIX. Other Business

    · International Commission on Civil Status