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9th Annual European Data Protection and Privacy Conference

  On Wednesday 20/03 Spark Legal Network attended the 9th Annual European Data Protection and Privacy Conference. The Conference analysed the current state of data protection under the EU legislation, especially in the light of the upcoming anniversary of the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In relation to this, one […]

Spark Legal Network Newsletter

We are happy to share with you our first Newsletter! News about our latest projects, conferences, Brexit and much more. For further information see: https://mailchi.mp/98e40d74ce77/spark-legal-network-newsletter-57465 

New Study – Mapping and Assessment of Developments for one of the sectoral professions under Directive 2005/36/EC – nurse responsible for general care

Spark Legal Network is carrying out the study “Mapping and Assessment of Developments for one of the sectoral professions under Directive 2005/36/EC – nurse responsible for general care“ (DG GROW). The study aims to assist the European Commission with its assessment whether to propose an adaptation of the minimum training requirements for the profession of […]

Spark Legal Network Data Protection and Brexit Update

The UK government published on its website an explanatory note outlining the possible scenarios in the field of data protection in case no Brexit deal is reached.[1] Based on this note, the following document offers a summary of the prospects presented by the UK government regarding the data protection situation after Brexit. In order to […]

We are glad to see how our research work contributes to EU law making!

Yesterday the European Parliament adopted the Regulation on the free flow of non-personal data, which aims to remove obstacles to the free movement of non-personal data and will enter into force by the end of 2018: http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_STATEMENT-18-6001_en.htm Our study on data location restrictions (SMART 2015/0054), conducted in collaboration with time.lex and tech4i2, provided evidence on the […]

Publication of the study on “the future EU-UK relationship: options in the field of the protection of personal data for general processing activities and for processing for law enforcement purposes”

PwC, time.lex and Spark Legal Network have completed the study on the future EU-UK relationship: options in the field of the protection of personal data for general processing activities and for processing for law enforcement purposes. This study was commissioned by the European Parliament’s Policy Department for Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs at the request […]

Publication of the Final Report of the “study to support the review of Directive 2003/98/EC on the re-use of public sector information”

Deloitte, Open Evidence, WIK Consult, time.lex, the Lisbon Council and Spark Legal Network have completed the study to support the review of Directive 2003/98/EC on the re-use of public sector information, for the European Commission (DG CONNECT). Based on the best data available, this study provides an evaluation of the implementation the PSI Directive and […]

Study on the future relationship between the UK and the EU following Brexit in the field of the protection of personal data for general processing activities and for processing for law enforcement purposes

Spark Legal Network is participating in the study on the future relationship between the UK and the EU following Brexit in the field of the protection of personal data for general processing activities and for processing for law enforcement purposes (European Parliament’s LIBE Committee). The objective of this study is to have an overview of […]