Policy makers

Part 3: How do legal principles affect policy making? Slides + reading material In this module privacy is perceived as a means to effective policy making. In the Commission Impact Assessment Guidelines (2009), privacy is a requirement that should be taken into account in the EU policymaking process. KU Leuven
Legal and policy stakeholder
Subject Module Presentation Mode Content Partner
Data Privacy Basic principles/ Relevant legislation Slides + reading material The module elaborates on the content of principle such as consent principle, data minimization (proportionality), and data quality, and its importance for the protection of the rights of the individual in the EU. KU Leuven
Data Protection Data protection reform Slides + reading material The module explains the reasons that triggered the data protection reform, analyses its content and discusses the major changes that are envisaged in the two proposals KU Leuven
PbD: context Privacy-by-Design: Context Slides + reading material The module analyses how PbD developed in the EU and internationally. Of particular interest is the work of some European DPAs as well as of the EDPS that stressed the importance of the data minimization principle some time ago. KU Leuven
PbD: design process Privacy by Design and Risk Management Part 1 and 2 Slides + reading material The module discusses PbD within the general context of data governance. Privacy by design in the field of cloud computing and biometric verification in border control. Each example follows a set four-part structure. KU Leuven
Part 3: How do legal principles affect policy making? Slides + reading material In this module privacy is perceived as a means to effective policy making. In the Commission Impact Assessment Guidelines (2009), privacy is a requirement that should be taken into account in the EU policymaking process. KU Leuven