As the annual Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference took place in Brussels between May 23 and 25, several Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) staff took part in different panels and events organized by FPF or other organizations before and during the conference. In this blogpost, we provide an overview of such events, with a particular focus on the panel which FPF hosted on May 24 at CPDP, on the topic of Mobility Data Sharing under the upcoming EU Data Act: what are the data protection implications and how should the risks be mitigated?
All the below sessions were recorded by the CPDP organizers, and we will include a link to the recordings as soon as they are made available.
May 20: ADM Report Launch Event – A Discussion with Experts
On May 17, FPF launched a comprehensive Report analyzing case-law under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applied to real-life cases involving Automated Decision-Making (ADM). The Report, authored by FPF’s Policy Counsel, Sebastião Barros Vale, and FPF’s Vice President for Global Privacy, Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna, is informed by extensive research covering more than 70 Court judgments, decisions from Data Protection Authorities (DPAs), specific Guidance and other policy documents issued by regulators.
On May 20, the authors discussed with prominent European data protection experts some of the most impactful decisions analyzed in the Report during an FPF roundtable. Speakers included Gianclaudio Malgieri, Co-director of the Brussels Privacy Hub and Associate Professor of Law at EDHEC Business School (Lille),