On the 25th of May, at 6:30 pm, the second webinar of the 2022 cycle focused on the GDPR’s 4th anniversary since its entry into force (on 28th May 2018), with an exercise of considering all the achievements and setbacks until now, while also analyzing the future prospects of the regulation and new legislative proposals. Professor Maria Graça Canto Moniz was the moderator of this special session, which had two exceptional guest lecturers:

Alisa Vekeman | European Commission

Alisa Vekeman is a member of the international data flows and protection unit of the European Commission. She acted as co-lead on the modernisation of the standard contractual clauses and the adequacy talks with South Korea, and is a member of the negotiating team on EU – US data flows. Prior to joining the European Commission, Alisa worked for the EU Delegation to the Council of Europe, where she followed the negotiations on the modernised Council of Europe Convention 108.

Owe Langfeldt | European Commission

Owe Langfeldt is a legal and policy officer in the data protection unit of the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers. Before joining the Commission, Owe worked as a legal officer in the supervision and enforcement unit of the European Data Protection Supervisor.

The session was recorded, and it can be viewed here.


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