First Parallel Sessions 7 December 2017 - 13:00 - 15:00

Track 1: Data protection and Privacy

Panel 1: Privacy and data protection tensions in EU-US relations

Room: TBC

Chair: prof. dr. Joseph Cannataci

Mr. Bruno Gencarelli: European Commission

From tensions to solutions?

Prof. dr. Gert Vermeulen: Ghent University

Fake news: EU data shielded from bulk or mass collection and unnecessary or disproportionate access and use by US intelligence and law enforcement authorities

Dr. Brendan Van Alsenoy: Belgian Privacy Commission

The jurisdictional reach of European data protection

authorities: reconciling EU data protection law with public international law

Dr. Alberto Miglio: University of Turin

Back to Yahoo!? Regulatory clashes in cyberspace in the light of EU data protection law

Dr. Stefano Saluzzo: Université de la Vallée d'Aoste

Finding Safe harbours outside the European Union: The issue of onward transfers in EU data protection law


Track 2: Limits to freedom of movement in the European Union

Panel 2: Free movement and cross-border crime and criminal justice

Room: TBC

Chair: prof. dr. Wendy De Bondt
Mr. Alejandro Sánchez Frias: University of Málaga

Free movement & the impact on criminalisation: The new Directive on combating terrorism and the criminalisation of travelling

Dr. Martyna Kusak: Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan

Free movement & evidence gathering: a study of telephone tapping and house search

Mrs. Sofie Depauw: Ghent University

Free movement & evidence gathering: Mutual admissibility of forensic evidence: taking a step back to take a step forward

Mrs. Nele Audenaert: Ghent University

Free movement & sentencing – Unity of intent effect on sentencing: An EU dimension to ne bis in idem & proportionality?

Dr. Stefano Montaldo: University of Turin

Free movement & sentence executing: Offenders' rehabilitation: towards a new paradigm for EU criminal law?

PhD Seminar: International order and justice - Lecture Series

Separate registration required

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Room: Oude Infirmerie (2nd floor)

Chair: Judge J. Crawford