Rocco Panetta takes position on the ‘Vivendi – Telecom Italia’ case
Rocco Panetta made a declaration for the main Chinese news agency Xinhua on the influence of Vivendi over Telecom Italia.
Rocco Panetta’s interview on Cor.Com about the GDPR
Rocco Panetta has been interviewed by Cor.Com about the need for institutions to make a step forward in view of the come into force of the GDPR.
Rocco Panetta speaker for Getting the Deal Through Live – Data Protection
Rocco Panetta took part of the important meeting of ‘Privacy and Data Protection’ professionals organized in London by Getting The Deal Through.
P&A’s contribution to Getting The Deal Through – Data Protection & Privacy has been published
Firm’s professionals took care of the chapter of Getting The Deal Through – Data Protection & Privacy 2018, dedicated to Italian jurisdiction.
Course on compliance with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
September 28, 2017 – Rocco Panetta will be speaking at Paradigma’s Course on GDPR Compliance (link).
INVEO Seminar on Data Protection Impact Assessment and DPO
September 27, 2017 – Rocco Panetta will be speaking at InVeo Seminar on GDPR compliance (link).
“Heading towards a new privacy?” Conference in memory of Stefano Rodotà
On October 6th at Fondazione Basso’s Conference Room in Rome, there will be a Symposyum titled “Heading towards a new privacy? Conference in memory of Stefano Rodotà”.
Council releases proposed revisions of draft ePrivacy Regulation
The Council released its first report on the proposed revisions to the draft ePrivacy Regulation with a view to possible GDPR aligment before 2018 (link).
Master for data protection officers and privacy consultants
September 25, 2017 – The new edition of the renowned Master for data protection officer and privacy consultant organized by Federprivacy will begin, this year, with a full-day lesson by Rocco Panetta (link).
The European Court of Human Rights held that monitoring employees’ communications is a breach of fundamental rights
In Bărbulescu v. Romania the ECtHR considered the monitoring a breach of fundamental right to private life (link).