A general overview on how Privacy and Data Protection are defined in Kosovo, an outline on data protection legislation throughout the years, and the supervisory authority along with its court cases. Protection of personal data in Kosovo is a fundamental right which is guaranteed by the Constitution of the Republic of Kosovo. Article 36 of the Constitution stipulates that privacy and family life, inviolability of domicile, secrecy of correspondence, communication by phone and other means, and protection of personal data are guaranteed for each individual. Thus, the Constitution and the law guarantee implementation of some of the main International and European Conventions for the protection of human rights, fundamental freedoms and protocols.
“GDPR Briefing” elucidated vital concepts for the General Data Protection Regulation in an executive summary fashion. Representatives from various ICT businesses joined us for the two-hour event to familiarize with the legislative framework and the measures one should take to meet compliance requirements. This article will lay out the main takeaways from the briefing session. Regulation Overview While it is true that there have already been numerous cases since the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) (‘GDPR’) became effective…
“GDPR Briefing” is a two-hour event intended for representatives of ICT companies in Kosovo working with the EU market, solely for the purpose of acquainting with the General Data Protection Regulation – the core of Europe’s digital privacy legislation – and its practical implementation apropos of day-to-day business operations.
In order to assist in raising the level of preparedness and improvement of overall functionality on this matter both locally and internationally, Sense Cyber Research Center is proposing to hold a “Cyber Law” Conference for the second time, after a successful event last year together with Innovation Center Kosovo and Sentry Cybersecurity in 2018.