What does the right to data protection imply in an educational setting? What schools have to do, and what they should stop doing?

programme programme

2 July (Thursday)

3pm-4pm     Educational setting
  • Jen PERSSON, Director Digitaldefendme, Council of Europe expert
  • Pascale SERRIER, Senior Advisor- Digital Education CNIL - France
  •  Patricia POKU, Director, Data Protection Commission - Ghana

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Visit the dedicated webpage on Data Protection Views from Strasbourg in Visio (1-3 July) and see other themes:
Session 1: How to ensure that countries that commit to Convention 108+ comply with its provisions? Why do we need a follow-up and evaluation mechanism, and which one?
Session 2: How do we address the latest challenges posed by profiling in an AI era?
Session 3: What does the right to data protection imply in an educational setting? What schools have to do, and what they should stop doing?
Session 4: Are digital identity programmes being implemented with privacy by design?
Session 5: Mirror of our souls: learning Cicero’s lessons and addressing facial recognition risks
Session 6: Political campaigns and elections: why is data protection so crucial?
speakers' presentations speakers' presentations

Children’s data protection in an education setting, Jen Persson

Protecting Personal Data in the Educational Setting? , Patricia Adusei Poku, Commissioner / Exec Director Ghana, Data Protection Commission

What does the right to data protection imply in an educational setting? What schools have to do, and what they should stop doing? Pascale Raulin-Serrier,Coordinator of the international Digital Education WorkingGroup, DEWGDigital Education Unit, CNIL