Wednesday 27 January, 18:30h Brussels time (GMT+1)
This is a CPDP 2021 side event. Access CPDP’s website for more information.
Organised by FGV-Rio Law School – Fundação Getúlio Vargas Law School (BR)
Moderators: Luca Belli, FGV-Rio Law School (BR); Danilo Doneda, IDP (BR)
Speakers: Miriam Wimmer, National Data Protection Agency (BR); Katitza Rodriguez, EFF Policy Director for Global Privacy (PE); Renato Leite Monteiro, Data Privacy Brasil (BR); Pablo Palazzi, Co-Director of Center for Technology and Society, Universidad de San Andrés (AR); Hannah Draper, Open Society Foundations (INT).
This side event will explore the latest data protection advancements, trends, and challenges in Latin America. Particular attention will be dedicated to new data protection frameworks in the region, challenges for cross-border data flows, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on data protection.
This debate aims at opening the path to CPDP Latam, a new Latin American platform to discuss privacy, data protection and technology. CPDP LatAm encompasses the Latin American editions of the Computers, Privacy and Data Pro-tection (CPDP) conference, the MyData conference, and Privacy Law Scholars Conference (PLSC). The 1st Latin American edition of the CPDP conference will be held in July 2021 in Rio de Janeiro, at Fundação Getulio Vargas.
This side event will focus on key issues to be further explored by CPDP LatAm 2021, which will be dedicated to Data Protection in Latin America: Democracy, Innovation and Regulation.
Update [01/12/2020]: The event took place on the 27th of November. It has been recorded and is available below:
Following the creation of the Brazilian National Data Protection Authority and the recent nomination of its Board of Directors, the European Union Delegation to Brazil and Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) Law School are pleased to invite you to the Regional conference “LGPD: From theory to practice”, which will take place on Friday 27 November from 10AM to 12:30PM (GMT -3).
The event is organized in the context of the preparations for the CPDP Latam Conference 2021 and will offer an opportunity to contribute to the relevant debate around the implementation of the Brazilian personal data protection law (LGPD) and its National Data Protection Authority, as well as the central role of data protection in democratic and electoral processes.
The sessions will host prominent European and Latin American panelists and will offer the opprtunity to launch the CPDP Latam 2021’s call for sessions.