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Summary now available! The Promise of “Blockchain”: DLT-based applications re-shape data storage and sharing, but can they be compliant with the EU data protection law?

On 18 June 2020, the Brussels Privacy Hub and the Health and Ageing Law Lab (HALL)  in synergy with the Horizon 2020-funded research projects: Cyber-Trust| Advanced Cyber-Threat Intelligence, Detection, and Mitigation Platform for a Trusted Internet of Things, FASTER | First responder Advanced technologies for Safe and efficienT Emergency Response, and LOCARD | Lawful evidence collecting and continuity platform development held the webinar ‘The Promise of “Blockchain”: DLT-based applications re-shape data storage and sharing, but can they be compliant with the EU data protection law?’.

Panelists and respondents in alphabetical order were: Olga Gkotsopoulou (LSTS/VUB), Anastasiya Kiseleva (LSTS/HALL/VUB), Ashwinee Kumar (LSTS/VUB), Clément Pavué (Scorechain) representing the Cyber-Trust project, Jon Shamah (EEMA) representing the LOCARD project, Yuri Tijerino (Kwansei Gakuin University) and Carlos Tovar (Ariwonto), both representing the FASTER project. The session was chaired by Prof. Dr. Paul Quinn (LSTS/HALL/VUB). 

A Summary of the debate is now available