Data protection, rights and redress: Still finding the line to toe?

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Lecture Theatre, Centre For Commercial Law Studies

67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields



United Kingdom

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These are interesting times in privacy and data protection. April should see the promised Article 29 Working Party position on the Shield, the CJEU hearing in Case C-698-15 Secretary of State for Home Department v Davis, et al on DRIPA and the Parliament vote on the Investigatory Powers Bill.

This event will discuss a few current and important data protection issues.


Julie Brill, Partner and Co-director of Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice, Hogan Lovells (former Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission): ‘The View from the US: Technology and Privacy Enforcement Across the Atlantic'.
Orla Lynskey, Assistant Professor in Law, London School of Economics, 'The Entrenchment of the EU Charter Right to Data Protection: Problems and Perspectives'


Professor Julia Hörnle, Professor of Internet Law, CCLS/ QMUL
Professor Anne Flanagan, Professor of Law and Legal Education, CCLS/ QMUL