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April 08, 2013 | Claudia Mateus

Data Protection Regulation Debate

By the summer, Europe will have decided on some of the most far-reaching and controversial privacy legislation in the world, that is the Data Protection Regulation. ORG have invited some experienced personalities to give us a professional opinion about the most controversial issues around the draft.


Part 1

In the first part of the podcast, the discussion focus in two of the most controversial issues around the draft: the definition of personal data and consent.

In order of appearance: Anna Fielder (consumer rights advocate), Nick Stringer (director of Regulatory Affairs of the Internet Advertising Bureau), Jan Philipp Albrecht (Group of the Greens Member of European Parliament), Jeffrey Chester (the executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy) and Axel Voss (Group of the European People's Party Member of European Parliament).

 

Follow this link to go to the podcast and download it.

Music:
Bored on Your Backside by Trifonic
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Part 2

In the second part of the podcast, the debate goes through the proposal's balance between the different interests implied in the legislation and the massive lobbying campaign that the issue has arised.

In order of appearance: Nick Stringer (director of Regulatory Affairs of the Internet Advertising Bureau), Jan Philipp Albrecht (Group of the Greens Member of European Parliament), Jeffrey Chester (the executive director of the Center for Digital Democracy), Axel Voss (Group of the European People's Party Member of European Parliament) and Anna Fielder (consumer rights advocate).

Follow this link to go to the podcast and download it.

Music:
Bored on Your Backside by Trifonic
cc-nc-sampling+

Jan Philipp Albrecht's photography: by Fritz Schumann

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