Open Dialog: Personal Data Protection

German-American Topics in English with Jason Browne

The personal data and privacy of EU citizens are explicitly protected under the Charter of Fundamental Rights. Germans take privacy and data protection particularly seriously because of their historical
experiences with governments abusing citizens’ personal information. Across the Atlantic, however, the U.S. has no such guarantees in its Constitution. Americans have only recently become concerned about the government’s access and use of their personal information. What can U.S. lawmakers learn from Europe’s approach to data protection?

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Veranstaltungssprache: Englisch

Mi, 10.Apr.2019 um 18:30