Privacy and data protection supporting the compliance of data sharing with EU rules is a new challenge for our society. A specific legal framework that protects relevant data from unauthorised use but also does not put European businesses at a disadvantage in global competition, is urgently needed.
That is what TRUSTS is working on. In the project’s deliverable 6.2. (Legal and Ethical Requirements) the issue of controllership of personal data, the ensuing allocation of data protection responsibilities and the legal basis for processing personal data are determined. It informs about the main concepts of the ePrivacy legal frameworks and their relation with GDPR and provides further conceptual legal information on privacy-preserving techniques that might be relevant for TRUSTS partners, stakeholders as well as the European data community.
If you are interested in learning more about TRUSTS work on privacy and data protection and the related deliverable do not hesitate to read TRUSTS news item and visit TRUSTS website.