THE TEACHING IN THE FACULTIES OF LAW: PRIVACY

 

ROVANIEMI WORKSHOP

LAPLAND UNIVERSITY

 19th- 20th   JANUARY 2007

 PROGRAMME

ABSTRACTS

 

   19 January 2007      

 

- Fernando Galindo, University of Zaragoza (Spain), LEFIS Coordinator

Lefis  planned activities: 2007 and more

- Jari Raman, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi (Finnland)

The Project Lawful Interception in Transition

 - Philip Leith, Queen’s University, Belfast (UK)

Privacy and data protection Law

 - Pieter Kleve, Erasmus University, Rotterdam (Holland)

The right to know

 - Michael Bohne, University of Münster (Germany)

The Protection of Personal Rights and the Freedom of Speech in the Internet.

 - Reijo Aarnio, Data Protection Ombudsman (Finnland)

Data Protection in Finnland: some examples

 

 

 

     

Several pictures of the Rovaniemi Meeting

   20 January 2007

 

- Fernando Galindo, University of Zaragoza (Spain)

Surveillance, privacy & participation

- Tatiana Stefanova, LEX.BG (Bulgaria)

Privacy in the web

- Mindaugas Civilka, Vilnius University, Law Faculty (Lithuania)

Privacy and Human Rights

- Julio Pérez Gil, University of Burgos (Spain)

Principle of availability of data: investigation of crime vs. data protection

- Nicolás Cabezudo Rodríguez, University of Valladolid (Spain)

Data protection in criminal cases – The principle of proportionality

- Cesare Maioli, Cirsfid and University of Bologna (Italy)

Privacy and Identity Management in a Government E-Health System: an Experience in the Making

- Vladimir Vrecion, University Tomas Bata in Zlin (Czech Republic),

Privacy Protection , Data Protection  in the Czech Republic ( Reality, Problems, University Teaching)

 -Hristo Nihrizov, Center for the Law of Information and Communication Technologies  (Bulgaria)

Privacy in the electronic communications sector in Bulgaria