After having followed Privacy in the Western world you have become acquainted with the overall global legal system and the origins of privacy as a concept as well as privacy as a (human) right. This course deals with the European legal system to protect privacy. European privacy protection is based upon human rights treaties, both on a European level as well global level such as, e.g. the UN Declaration on Human Rights. This course outlines and deals with these human rights treaties as well as with the specific rules and regulations that govern day to day privacy protection in Europe.
This course is part of the Privacy and Standardisation Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Understand legal fundamentals in European privacy law
Create awareness for the role of privacy protection and the rule of law
Learn about the human rights background of privacy protection
Become aware of the essential role of law in designing IT, crypto and security systems
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Human rights and Economic Cooperation in Europe
European Legal system
GDPR Main Elements
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PRIVACY IN EUROPE
Very clear and straightforward, the example of cases are relevant!
The lectures were very explicit and to the point. The powerpoints also very useful and the suggested readings also.
The reading materials are excellent, relevant and very detailed. This course gives a very thorough insight in the latest European data protection regulations. Recommended!
Good mix of historical, theoretical and practical elements of GDPR
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