Thursday 25 May 2023
Grande Halle

Panel Description

There remains considerable uncertainty as to how to best protect children’s privacy. Data controllers and processors in the EU are thus often left in a state of confusion as to what is required of them, and as to how they ought best to meet their obligations. Against this background, this panel brings together practicing lawyers who deal with issues of children’s privacy on a daily basis. Panelists will offer their perspectives on the current situation and will consider, amongst others, the following questions:

• What are the key current issues concerning the protection of children’s privacy?
• What are the different approaches to dealing with children’s privacy, and which novel forms of best practice have come to the fore over the past years?
• How should lawyers and other professionals deal with the ongoing uncertainty surrounding children’s privacy?
• What can legal practice tell us about about policy solutions moving forwards?

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