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Rosa Barcelo explains European legislative approaches

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    Towards a Privacy-Friendly Internet of Things Towards a Privacy-Friendly Internet of Things Presentation Transcript

    • Towards a Privacy Friendly “Internet of Things ” Rosa Barcelo Legal advisor European Data Protection Supervisor
    • Overview
          • The Privacy/ Data Protection Concerns
          • Implementing Privacy and Data Protection Safeguards
          • Is Current Legislation Sufficient?
    • (1) The Privacy/ Data Protection Concerns
        • Personal Data (PD) Stored in Tags (ID, Biometric, etc) or Connected to PD- Eavesdropping risk
        • Tracking Users Without their Knowledge
        • Profiling?; Influencing Users’ Behaviour?
    • (2) Implementing Privacy and Data Protection Safeguards
        • Derive from Existing Data Protection Framework:
          • General Data Protection Directive 95/46
          • e-Privacy Directive 2002/58
    • (2) Implementing Privacy and Data Protection Safeguards
        • Data Protection/Security Impact Assessments
        • Information about the Presence of Tags & Readers.
          • Logos, Privacy Policies, & other ways.
    • (2) Implementing Privacy and Data Protection Safeguards
        • Legal Grounds For Processing & Security Obligations
          • Explicit Consent Necessary if Tags Remain Active After the Point of Sale.
          • Flexibility (tag not necessarily killed- dormant)
        • Privacy by Design (Best Available Techniques)
    • (3) Is Current Legislation Sufficient?
        • In Principle Clear Need for Guidance & Interpretation of the Application of Existing Legislation.
        • Depending on the Effectiveness of the Above it is Not Excluded that Additional Legislation May be Necessary
          • Thank you!
          • rosa.barcelo @ edps.europa.eu
          • www.edps.europa.eu
          • Tel: 02/2831927
          • Postal address:
          • Rue Wiertz 60 - B-1047 Brussels