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Konferencja: General Data Protection Regulation: LET’S FOCUS ON SMEs


Udział biorą: Anna Trzop, Magdalena Piech.
Celem wydarzenia jest pokazania jakie konsekwencje dla MSP będzie miało Ogólne Rozporządzenie o Ochronie Danych Osobowych, jeśli podczas negocjacji między KE, PE a Radą (trilogów) nie zostanie on odpowiednio zmieniony.

"General Data Protection Regulation: LET'S FOCUS ON SMEs", a high-level policy breakfast meeting taking place on February 25th at 8am in Renaissance Brussels Hotel, rue Parnasse 19, 1050 Brussels. The event is co-organised with Polish Confederation Lewiatan.

The debate will focus on the impact of the Proposal for a General Data Protection Regulation on the SMEs. The main objective of the General Data Protection Regulation is to protect the personal data of the EU citizens. There have been already extensive debates on the risks and challenges for EU citizens inherent in the digital economy and data processing. As much as the privacy of Europeans should be a central focus for the new rules, we need to make sure that the provisions adopted can be implemented in practice. In this context, the impact of this Regulation on SMEs hasn't been sufficiently addressed so far. This perspective mustn't be overlooked, as 99% of the EU market is composed of SMEs.


Start - 8.00 am
Opening Remarks
Michał Boni - MEP, LIBE/ITRE Committee

Grzegorz Wójcik, Allegro Group
Jens-Henrik Jeppesen, Center for Democracy and Technology

Closing Remarks
Axel Voss - MEP, JURI/LIBE/PETI Committee

Interactive discussion between panelists and the audience, moderated by Magdalena Piech, Polish Confederation "Lewiatan" on following questions:
How can the proposal be improved to ensure that the new legal framework strengthens consumer trust and enhances the growth and competitiveness of European companies?
How can we achieve the right balance, allowing the companies to improve their performance, develop new services and reap the benefit of digital economy while ensuring protection of citizens' rights?
What will be the impact on large majority of European companies? How to avoid unnecessary burdens that will in the same time not improve the data protection?