Since the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation, journalists and bloggers have been very uncertain as to what they have to pay attention to in order to be able to continue working in a legally compliant way and, above all, in a GDPR compliant manner. In principle, journalistic activities do not fall within the scope of the new General Data Protection Regulation, as they are protected by the so-called media privilege/exceptions, this does not mean that no responsibility for data protection should be assumed. Rather, the press has set up its own supervisory bodies and is therefore committed to data protection. To remove these uncertainties from journalists and other media professionals, LEXDATA experts have created a special Data Protection course for journalists (currently only available in Bucharest, Brasov, Sibiu) that teaches the requirements of GDPR in the context of media privilege. The course is suitable for journalists, bloggers, influencers, freelance editors, photographers, public relations staff, press companies and all other media professionals who process data for journalistic and editorial purposes.
New workshop: 21 January 2020 – BRASOV
1 day = 3 hours …..theory, legislation, practical examples and procedures …and LEXDATA DIPLOMA!
Lector: Bogdan PANAIT
- business intelligence specialist & data protection officer
- research associate – National Center for Specific Integrated Assistance and Security Services
- senior training adviser – EU Agency for Law Enforcement Training
LEXDATA event supported by Learnex