La Prof. Verónica Perez Asinari dictará el módulo de Protección de Datos en el 2016

Es un gusto anunciar que la Prof. Verónica Perez Asinari va a dictar junto con el Prof. Pablo Palazzi el módulo de la materia Protección de Datos personales en el año 2016 dentro del Programa DITC. María Verónica PÉREZ ASINARI es…
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Es un gusto anunciar que la Prof. Verónica Perez Asinari va a dictar junto con el Prof. Pablo Palazzi el módulo de la materia Protección de Datos personales en el año 2016 dentro del Programa DITC.

María Verónica PÉREZ ASINARI es una abogada argentina que actualmente trabaja como Head of Supervision and Enforcement Unit en el Supervisor Europeo de Protección de Datos Personales (European Data Protection Supervisor ver www.edps.europa.eu) en Bruselas. En EDPS Verónica se desempeña desde el año 2005, es decir hace mas de 10 años. Por ese trabajo esta en contacto constante con el Derecho de la Protección de Datos personales de la Unión Europea.

En ese caracter, ha participado en las audiencias de diversos casos del Tribunal Europeo de Justicia sobre protección de datos personales y acceso a la información pública tales como Case C-362/14 (Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner); Case T-343/13 (CN v EP); Case C-615/13P (Client Earth and Pan Europe v EFSA); Case F-46/09 (V v. EP); F-35/08 (Pachtitis v Commission and EPSO); C-301/06 (Ireland v Council and European Parliament on the data retention Directive 2006/24); C-317/04 y C-318/04 (Parliament v Council on PNR).

También fue investigadora en el Centre de Recherches Informatique et Droit (CRID) de la Universidad de Namur (Belgica) junto al reconocido Prof. Dr. Yves Poullet y dictó cursos en la Uniersidad de Namur. Tiene también una Maestría en Derecho Comunitario de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid habiendo escrito su tesina sobre transferencia internacional de datos personales.

A continuación transcribo sus investigaciones y publicaciones en materia de protección de datos personales:

Artículos

  • “ Proposal for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector of 12 July 2000 COM (2000) 385”, written in the framework of the ECLIP project with S. Louveaux.
  • “Data Protection and privacy in Global Networks: A European Approach…”, written in the framework of the ECLIP Project with Y. Poullet and S. Louveaux, The EDI Law Review 8: 147-196, 2001, Kluwer Law International, The Netherlands.
  • “How Accenture created a global approach to data transfers”, Privacy Laws and Business, Issue nº 64, September 2002.
  • “Is there any room for Privacy and Data Protection within the WTO rules?, Electronic Communications Law Review 9:249-280, 2002, Kluwer, the Netherlands;
  • “Opinion of the EU’s Article 29 Data Protection Working Party vis-à-vis the Level of Protection of Personal Data in Argentina”, available in http://www.droit.fundp.ac.be/publications/FavourableOpinion.pdf
  • “Latin America needs unity on data protection”, Privacy Laws and Business, Issue nº 67, March/April 2003.
  • “The WTO and the Protection of Personal Data. Do EU Measures Fall within GATS Exception? Which Future for Data Protection within the WTO e-commerce Context?”, http://www.bileta.ac.uk/03papers/perez.html
  • “L’Accord-Cadre Européen sur le télétravail. Aspects politiques et légaux. Un exemple de co-régulation ou d’autorégulation?”, Revue Ubiquité droit des technologies de l’information, avril 2003 ;
  • “The new Directive 2002/58/EC on privacy in the electronic communications sector. Some initial remarks” with S. Louveaux, Computers and Telecommunications Law Review, Issue 5, 2003, pp. 133-138;
  • “Electronic Evidence in Cybercrime Cases and the CTOSE Project”, with J-M Dinant and O. Leroux, Internet World Report, UK, June 2003;
  • “El Mercosur y la Decisión de la Comisión Europea sobre la adecuación de la legislación argentina en materia de protección de datos personales. ¿Se debe pensar en una solución a nivel regional?”, Revista de Derecho Internacional y del Mercosur, Buenos Aires, Año 7, n. 4, agosto 2003
  • “New Physics and the law. A Comparative Approach to the EU and US Privacy and Data Protection Regulation. Looking for adequate protection” with J. Dhont, L’utilisation de la métode comparative en droit Européen – Usage of Comparative methodology in European law, Presse Universitaire de Namur, 2003.
  • “La regulación de los datos de tráfico en la Unión Europea. ¿Entre la seguridad y los derechos fundamentales ? ”, Lexis Nexis, Jurisprudencia Argentina, JA 2004-II, fascículo n. 4.
  • “The Airline Passenger Data Disclosure Case and the EU-US Debate”, with Y. Poullet, Computer Law & Security Report 20 no. 2 2004, p. 98-116.
  • “Legal Constrains for the Protection of Privacy and Personal Data in Electronic Evidence Handling”, in Collecting and Producing Electronic Evidence in Cybercrime Cases, Ed. MV. Pérez Asinari, JM. Dinant and O. Leroux, International Review of Law Computers and Technology, UK, p. 231-250.
  • “Airline Passengers’ Data: Adoption of an Adequacy Decision by the European Commission. How will the story end?”, with Y. Poullet, Computer Law & Security Report, vol. 20 no. 5, p. 370-376
  • “ Données des voyageurs aériens : le débat Europe – Etats-Unis”, with Y. Poullet, Journal des tribunaux droit européenm, novembre 2004.
  • “The New Transatlantic Agenda and the Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance: Privacy/ Personal Data Protection and the Safe Harbour Decision. From Euphoria to Policy. From Policy to Regulation…?”, with Y. Poullet, in The Future of Transatlantic Economic Relations, ed. D. Andrews, M. Pollack, G. Shaffer, H. Wallace, European University Institute, Florence, July 2005.
  • “Internet gambling and betting services: When the GATS’ rules are not applied due to the public morals/public order exception. What lessons can be learnt? ”, in Computer Law & Security Review,Volume 22, Issue 4, 2006, Pages 299–308.
  • “International aspects of personal Data Protection. Quo Vadis EU? ”, in Défis du Droit à la Protection de la vie privée, ed. P. Palazzi, MV Pérez Asinari, Bruylant, Bruxelles, 2008.
  • “Transferencia internacional de datos personales”, with R. Barceló, in Protección de datos. Comentarios al Reglamento de Desarrollo de la LOPD, ed. Ricard Martínez Martínez, Tirant lo Blanch, 2008, p.
  • “Arrêt « Digital Rights Ireland » : invalidité de la directive sur la conservation des données de trafic”, with I. Chatelier, Journal de droit européen (J.D.E.) 2014/6
  • “Challenges for compliance with the rights of data subjects: the case of a hypothetical complaint related to the exercise of the right of access”, in Enjeux européens et mondiaux de la protection des données personnelles, dir. Alain Grosjean, Larcier, Louvain-la-Neuve, 2015.

Editorship:

Reports for research projects

  • Deliverables on data protection, ECLIP project (Electronic Commerce Legal Issues Platform), IST Program, DG INFSO, 2001.
  • Deliverable 3.2 of the CTOSE Project (Cybercrime Online Search for Evidence), Legal Requirements on Privacy and Data Protection, IST Program, DG INFSO, 2002.
  • Safe Harbour Decision Implementation Study, with J. Dhont and Y. Poullet, with the assistance of J. Reidenberg and L. Bygrave, at the request of the European Commission, DG MARKT, Namur, April 2004, Contract PRS/2003/AO-7002/E/27, http://www.europa.eu.int/comm/internal_market/privacy/docs/studies/safe-harbour-2004_en.pdf . Other reports in the framework of the same contract: PNR New Zealand, Adequacy Canada, Adequacy Australia
  • Rapport Sur l’application des principes de protection des données aux réseaux mondiaux de télécommunications, L’autodétermination informationnelle à l’ère de l’Internet, Eléments de réflexion sur la Convention n° 108 destinés au travail futur du Comité consultatif (T-PD), Conseil de l’Europe, 18 novembre 2004 (collaboratrice).

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Speaker

  • “Legal and Political Aspects of Information Society in Argentina”, European Commission, DG INFSO, Directorate C. Brussels, 26 February 2001.
  • “Data Protection and On-line Networks”, FUNDP-CRID, in the context of the study visit of University of Oslo students. Namur, 31 May 2001.
  • “Privacy, self-regulation and the Internet”, with Sophie Louveaux. 2nd ECLIP Summer School, Palma de Mallorca, 12 September 2001. http://www.eclip.org/summerschool/2nd/presentations/privacy.pdf
  • “Electronic Commerce Legal Issues Platform: the ECLIP project”, “e-EUCHINA: e-Business and e-Commerce” (IST Project), Beijing 6 November 2001. http://www.e-euchina.com/documents/Maria_Veronica.ppt
  • Case-study on liability and e-commerce. ECLIP Workshop on liability, Namur, 6 December 2001. http://www.eclip.org/workshop/9th/casestudy.pdf
  • “The WTO and the Protection of Personal Data. Do EU Measures Fall within GATS Exception? Which Future for Data Protection within the WTO e-commerce Context?”, BILETA Conference (British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association), hosted by the ICCL, Queen Mary, University of London, 14 April 2003.
  • “Legal Constrains for the Protection of privacy and personal data in e-evidence handling”, the CTOSE Conference “Colecting and Producing Electronic Evidence in Cybercrime cases”, Namur, 8-9 May 2003
  • “Personal data protection”, 3rd ECLIP Summer School, Palma de Mallorca, 18 September 2003 (general legal framework, TBDF, Safe Harbour, WTO implications, Directive 2002/58, children on the net, privacy after 11 September 2001) with Jan Dhont, theoretical presentation plus case-studies.
  • “Mesures prises par les autorités américaines en matière de transport aérien: problèmes qu’elles suscitent pour la vie privée des passagers. Le point de vue de droit européen”, Midi du Droit, University of Namur, 2 October 2003.
  • “Transfert de données à caractère personnel vers des pays tiers”, DES en DGTIC, University of Namur, 17 November 2003.
  • “Legal Aspects of the Information Society : Experience in the Frame of IST Projects”, WISTCIS Outlook Conference, Information Society Priorities: New Perspectives for European CIS Countries, Moscow, 21 November 2003.
  • “La lutte contre la cybercriminalité et la protection de la vie privée : deux impératives inconciliables ?”, JURITIC, University of Namur, 30 January 2004.
  • “Los datos personales de los pasajeros aéreos ante los requerimientos de las autoridades norteamericanas : visión desde la Unión Europea”, Public Voice Roundtable : Consumers and Privacy in Latinamerica, EPIC, Consumers International, CPACF, Foro de Habeas data, Buenos Aires, 16 April 2004.
  • “La Directiva 2002/58/CE sobre protección de la intimidad en el sector de las comunicaciones electrónicas : aspectos para reflexionar”, Ecomder, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 20 April 2004.
  • “The New Transatlantic Agenda and the Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance: Privacy/ Personal Data Protection and the Safe Harbour Decision. From Euphoria to Policy. From Policy to regulation…?”, Workshop “The New Transatlantic Agenda and the Future of Transatlantic Economic Governance”, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, 18-19 June 2004.
  • “The PNR Case: Pending Matters of Content and Legal Basis”, an afternoon expert meeting “The European-American Conflict about Passengers Data and the Fight against Terrorism”, Leiden University, 21 October 2004.
  • Presentation of results of the Safe Harbour Implementation Study, Workshop on TBDF, University of Namur, 6th December 2004.
  • “Traffic data et honeypots : le cadre européen”, JURITIC Surveillance électronique : possibilités techniques et cadre juridique, University of Namur, 4th February 2005.

Chairing panels

  • Panel on “Consentimiento Informado. ¿Regla o Excepción?”, 34 Conferencia Internacional de Autoridades de Protección de Datos y Privacidad, Punta del Este, Uruguay. Panel integrated by: Pablo Palazzi (Argentina), Willem Debeuckelaere (Belgian DPA) , Eduardo Ustarán (UK), Erin Egan (Chief Privacy Officer Facebook)
  • Panel on “Transborder data flows”, ERA Conference 2015: “European Data Protection Law: Recent developments. Panel integrated by Simon McGarr (lawyer Digital Rights Ireland), Paul Nemitz (Director, DG JUST, European Commission), Mario Oetheimer (FRA) and Kenneth Propp (US Mission in Brussels).