TRANSATLANTIC BUSINESS AT STAKE – WILL EUROPE DRAW ITS TRUMPS?

28 March 2017 – Cinema 4D (.NET Arena), 10:05 AM

Since October 2015, the EU-US Safe Harbour protections are gone. This has changed the transatlantic transfer of personal identifiable information. In July 2016 the EU Commission adopted “Privacy Shield” as a valid possibility for legal data transfer. But “Privacy Shield” is under attack – unfettered access of law enforcement and intelligence to personal data of European Citizens are still a daily occurrence.

As if that weren’t enough, with protectionism being on the rise, transatlantic business is facing a lot of risks. How will the political sector respond to the challenges of the new U.S. administration?

Tuesday, 28 March 2017 – 10:05 AM
Thomas Rickert (Moderator)
Director Names & Numbers,
eco – Association of the Internet Industry
Astrid Oosenbrug
Member of the Dutch Parliament
Jimmy Schulz
German Internet Politician
Peter Schaar
Former German Federal Commissioner
for Data Protection

Further Information

Location

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Termin:
28.03.2017

Uhrzeit:
10:05

Ort:
Europa-Park
Cinema 4D (.NET Arena)
Europa-Park-Straße 2
77977 Rust

Veranstalter:
eco – Association of the Internet Industry

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