School of Computing

Nov 16
14:00 - 15:00
The Rights of Individuals in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
School of Computing - Security Group Seminar
Speaker: Aysu Düz

Abstract

In this talk, I present the rights of individuals in the General Data Protection Regulation. The technological developments have an enormous impact on regulations as well. The new data protection regulation involves a bundle of rights of individuals in order to empower individuals to control over their data. Especially individual's privacy concerns regarding their personal data have a huge effect on changes in the Regulation. Then I present the concept of personal data, referring the scope of it. Moreover, I discuss all data subject rights, including subject access, data portability and the right to be forgotten, with their characteristics, consequences and implementation.

Bio

Aysu is an attorney licensed by Istanbul Bar Association in Turkey. She graduated from Bilkent University, Department of Law and finished her master about intellectual property law and international commercial law at University of Kent with a distinction. She wrote her dissertation about The Rights of Individuals in General Data Protection Regulation. She worked in Yasaman Law Firm (Istanbul), in the area of intellectual property law and commercial law as an attorney. She is interested in Data Protection and Privacy. Also, in this technological world, she is enthusiastic for protecting user privacy and freedom of expression.

Location

SW101,
Cornwallis South West,
University of Kent,
Canterbury,
Kent,
CT2 7NF
United Kingdom
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Details

Open to everyone, especially those interested in security research,

Free



Contact: Jason R.C. Nurse
E: j.r.c.nurse@kent.ac.uk

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Last Updated: 14/08/2015