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European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 Privacy and e-Government: the role of Data Protection legislation.

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1 European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 Privacy and e-Government: the role of Data Protection legislation Peter Hustinx 19 February 2013

2 European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 Public sector reform Re-allocation of public tasks –Different levels & private actors Common ICT infrastructure –Multifunctional use & shared delivery Online delivery of services –New interfaces with citizens

3 European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 Security & Privacy Very high level of security –Need for multi-level infrastructure? Good security good privacy –What should be authorised? –Data protection (Art. 8 Charter) Data Protection framework –Substantive conditions –Rights for data subjects

4 European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 Current challenges Scope of national law –Diversity and complexity Responsibility –Control increasingly shared Lawful processing –Careful analysis needed Data subjects rights –Practical exercise of rights Supervision & enforcement –Prior checking & consultation

5 European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 Data Protection Review Scope of proposed Regulation –Single set of rules, with some flexibility Responsibility –Stronger accountability (e.g. PbD, PIA) Lawful processing –Continued careful analysis needed Data subjects rights –Robust mechanisms required Supervision & enforcement –Stronger oversight & consistency

6 European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 Conclusions Data Protection Review –More effectiveness in practice –e-Government stakes are rising Delivery of e-Government –Clear allocation of responsibilities –More transparency & accountability –Privacy by Design & Impact Assessment –Monitoring of performance in practice

7 European Data Protection Supervisor Security of e-Government, Brussels, 19 February 2013 More information: Postal address: Rue Wiertz 60 - MTS 30 B-1047 Brussels


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