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?

programme programme

1 July (Wednesday)

3pm-4pm      Follow-up and Evaluation Mechanism
  • Elizabeth DENHAM, Information Commissioner - United-Kingdom (Recorded message)
  • Cécile DE TERWANGNE, Professor of Law and Research Director - CRIDS, UNamur, Council of Europe expert
  • Graham GREENLEAF, Professor of Law & Information Systems, UNSW - Australia 
  • Jörg POLAKIEWICZ, Legal Adviser, Council of Europe

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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

Convention 108+ evaluation and follow-up mechanisms, Prof. Cécile DE TERWANGNE 

NGO Observers & Convention 108+, Graham Greenleaf Professor of Law & Information Systems, UNSW, and Australian Privacy Foundation