Data Protection - 8th parliamentary term
Pasākuma datums: 11/04/2018
On Friday 25 May the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force.
MEPs approved the regulation in 2016, in order to provide universal and high-level data protection rules across the EU.
GDPR will ensure that everyone is able to control what kind of personal data they share with companies and for what purposes.
MEPs discuss measures to be taken after the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data breach with Commissioner Jourová, followed by a vote on a resolution.
Claude MORAES (S&D,UK), chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, makes a statement on the resolution on the use of Facebook users' data by Cambridge Analytica and the impact on data protection
The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs holds the third hearing on the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica case, on 2 July 2018 in Strasbourg.
MEPs from LIBE, AFCO, ITRE and JURI participate in the hearing on the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica case the Part 2: Part 2: Use of Facebook users' data by Cambridge Analytica and impact on data protection - consequences
MEPs from LIBE, AFCO, ITRE and JURI participate in the hearing on the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica case the Part 1: Use of Facebook users' data by Cambridge Analytica and impact on data protection - Mapping the case.
Mark ZUCKERBERG, CEO of Facebook meets with Antonio TAJANI, EP President, he attends the Conference of Presidents to clarify issues related to the use of personal data; Press conference by Antonio TAJANI, EP President following the meeting
As new EU rules on data protection are set to take effect on 25 May, MEPs and national MPs meet to discuss their implementation with law enforcement authorities, intergovernmental organizations, enterprises and IT specialists.
The Members of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs participate in an exchange of views on the Facebook & Cambridge Anatylica data breach.
During the plenary session in Strasbourg, MEPs debate the data protection and citizen's privacy as a line of defence against election manipulation
Members of the EP debate on the US-EU Agreement on the protection of personal information relating to criminal offenses during the plenary session.
Members of the EP discuss the personal data transfer to China and the protection for EU citizens.