Big Data: Consolidating the EU Legal Framework in the Digital Economy
Date: 27 September 2018
Duration: 2 days
Cost: 790€ / Early booking discounts available!
Organiser: Academy of European Law
Web Link: https://www.era.int/cgi-bin/cms?_SID=e2b967e1023ca07b3f3eb22f59a83c5dab6cc16600596036296639&_sprache=en&_bereich=artikel&_aktion=detail&idartikel=127565
The ever-growing accumulation and use of digital data raises legal challenges for private and public entities as regards data ownership, the cross-border use and the protection of these data. The conference will look at the EU legal framework and its loopholes, and offer a platform for discussion on how to adapt the framework to the European data economy.
- Free movement of data and the proposed EU Regulation on a framework for the free flow of non-personal data in the European Union (COM (2017)495);
- The distinction between personal and non-personal data and their respective EU legal regimes in the online environment;
- A future EU framework for interoperability and standards, accessibility and reuse of public and publicly funded data, data sharing, and use of data for public-interest purposes;
- Competition law aspects related to data concentration and market power of online platforms Intellectual property (including databases), trade secrets and other commercially confidential information in the era of big data;
- Future EU strategy on access, fair use and sharing of Big Data;
- Proposed EU e-Privacy Regulation: consequences for Big Data.
Who should attend?
EU and national civil servants, lawyers specialised in intellectual property, IT, and data protection laws, in-house lawyers of entities collecting and selling data, data-based products and services, and connected devices.