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Roundtable

8 December 2017: GDPR session on Big data projects

8 December 2017: GDPR session on Big data projects

8 December 2017: GDPR session on Big data projects

04.12.2017 BE law

How to draft efficient and pragmatic privacy policies?
During this GDPR session we will focus on the GDPR implications for your big data projects, such as purpose limitation, data minimization, data subject rights, automated decision making etc. What do they mean concretely and how to accommodate them in your big data policies. 

Our team will be available to share their best practices and discuss their insights with you. They will draw on their first-hand expertise in this field, as well as on their extensive experience. The sessions are opened and moderated by Erik Valgaeren, head of the TMT practice.

Date: Friday 8 December 2017

Time: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Place: Rue de Loxum 25 Loksumstraat, 1000 Brussels

If you wish to receive an official invitation to this session, please contact Sofie Van Yperzeele

Team

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