New episode of Newsletter Digest is out!
Listen to this new episode where we explain how can the confidentiality of communications be protected; the privacy impact of combatting migrant smuggling; what are children's online habits and its consequences and more.
Newsletter #107 is out!
In Newsletter #107, find more information about our numerous initiatives and actions to celebrate our 20th anniversary. January also marked Data Protection Day, a time to delve deeper into the data protection issues and approaches to take to protect individuals. And more.
Data Protection Day 2024
Each year on 28 January, we celebrate Data Protection Day. This date commemorates the anniversary of the Council of Europe’s Convention 108, the first binding international law securing individuals' rights to protection of their personal data.
Newsletter Digest - Bonus Episode #2
Happy Data Protection Day! Listen to our Q&A with the EDPS' Data Protection Officer
EDPS assesses privacy impact of Regulation to combat migrant smuggling and human trafficking
Announcing: CPDP Data Protection Day Conference
Join us on 25 January 2024 in Brussels at the Computers, Privacy, Data Protection conference organised by the EDPS, the Privacy Salon, CPDP colleagues, and the Council of Europe to mark Data Protection Day. More information on the topics to be discussed and registration details here: cpdp-dataprotectionday.eu.
EDPS publishes results of the Coordinated Enforcement Action on data protection officers
EDPS Anniversary: celebrating 20 years of protecting personal data
Since 2004, the EDPS protects the personal data of EU citizens and guides EU institutions, bodies, offices and agencies so that they are exemplary in upholding data protection principles. The celebration of these two decades is an opportunity to reflect on past, present, and future challenges for a modern regulator in order to pave the way forward for the next 20 years.
Discover dedicated website for the 20th Anniversary and learn about the four pillars mapping out our ambitions for the years to come.