General Data Protection Regulation, a complete link collection

By | Tuesday December 1st, 2015

The purpose of this site is to gather and list the relevant official documents which have been published in the context of the reform process of European data protection law, particularly the proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation (#EUDataP on Twitter). This site will only contain links to documents published by and publicly accessible through the websites of European institutions (no “leaked” documents).

The institutions are: 1) European Commission, 2) European Parliament, 3) Council of the European Union, 4) European Economic and Social Committee, 5) Article 29 Working Party, 6) European Data Protection Supervisor, 7) Fundamental Rights Agency and 8) Committee of the Regions. The links are sorted from top to bottom on the basis of the release date.

To check the status of the decision-making progress on the General Data Protection Regulation, click here (PreLex).

NOTE: most linked documents are PDF-files.

1) European Commission

2) European Parliament

3) Council of the European Union

4) European Economic and Social Committee

5) Article 29 Working Party

6) European Data Protection Supervisor

7) Fundamental Rights Agency

8) Committee of the Regions

 

THANKS TO MR. CARLO PILTZ FOR PERMISSION TO REPUBLISH THIS VERY USEFUL LINKS COLLECTION OF GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION APPROVAL PROCESS (ORIGINAL POST AVAILABLE HERE).

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About Guglielmo Troiano

Lawyer in Milan, Senior Legal Consultant at Partners4Innovation (Digital360 Group), with a technical background coming from being an IT Analyst for several years before practicing law. Currently advises companies, mostly software houses and ISPs, regarding civil liability, IP negotiation, ICT contracts, competition, trademarks, domain names, data protection (privacy) and IT security, on both transactional and litigation aspects. From 2009 to 2014 he worked as scholar at University of Milan, chair of Legal Informatics, where he did lectures for students and attendees of Post-Graduate Course in Digital Forensics, Privacy, Cloud e Cyber Warfare (edition 2014). He was partner of Array, a high specialized law firm in IT law.

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