GDPR: 18 Months After Implementation (On-Demand)

$109.00

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became effective in May 2018. Nearly 18 months later, there have been significant decisions from the European Court of Justice, which provide insights into the interpretation of different provisions. Two of the provisions include the right to be forgotten (right to de-referencing) and the obligation of Internet Service Providers (IPSs) to remove unlawful content. There are also other provisions in GDPR, which Member Countries may or may not have expanded upon, such as the imposition of criminal liability. The participant should come away from this webinar with a better understanding of how courts are interpreting certain provisions, as well as making sure that certain prophylactic measures such as agreements between processors and controllers, as well as annual risk assessments are being implemented.

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Event Details

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Rachel V. Rose, Esq.

General Credits

1

Course Description

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became effective in May 2018. Nearly 18 months later, there have been significant decisions from the European Court of Justice, which provide insights into the interpretation of different provisions. Two of the provisions include the right to be forgotten (right to de-referencing) and the obligation of Internet Service Providers (IPSs) to remove unlawful content. There are also other provisions in GDPR, which Member Countries may or may not have expanded upon, such as the imposition of criminal liability. The participant should come away from this webinar with a better understanding of how courts are interpreting certain provisions, as well as making sure that certain prophylactic measures such as agreements between processors and controllers, as well as annual risk assessments are being implemented. 

Principles:

  • The evolution of GDPR.
  • Key aspects of GDPR and select Member Country laws. 
  • Case law.
  • The right to be forgotten and de-referencing. 
  • Risk mitigation.

 Syllabus:

  1. Introduction
  2. Evolution of GDPR
  3. Key Provisions
  4. Intersection between GDPR and Individual Country Laws 
  5. Key cases and outcome from the European Court of Justice
  6. The right to de-referencing, the right to be forgotten and the obligation of IPSs to remove unlawful content
  7. Mitigating risk through compliance

Instructor:

Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA is a Principal with Rachel V. Rose – Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C. (Houston, TX).

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