FPF publishes 2023 Brussels Privacy Symposium report

20/02/2024 | Future of Privacy Forum

The Future of Privacy Forum (FPF) has published the report following the Brussels Privacy Symposium, organised in partnership with the Brussels Privacy Hub, held on 14 November 2023. This year's Symposium provided a global platform to discuss the EU Data Strategy, with a particular focus on three key topics that intersect with the EU and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 

Participants engaged in discussions throughout the day, debating the possible paradigm shift introduced by the push for access to data in the data strategy package, the network of impact assessments from the GDPR to the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act), and the future of enforcement of a new set of data laws in Europe. The Symposium aimed to provide an in-depth understanding of the complexities and interplay of different interests and policy goals of each new law.

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