CyberSafeIreland submits contribution to Government Data Forum’s Consultation on the “Digital Age of Consent”

Posted on Nov 8, 2016

CyberSafeIreland is delighted to have been invited by the Government Data Forum to contribute to their consultation process on the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the “Digital Age of Consent”.

The Government Data Forum was established by the Minister for Data Protection, Dara Murphy T.D. and brings together a broad mix of expertise and experience from industry, law, academia, civil society and the public sector to advise Government on key issues around the growth of digital and personal data. If you have any questions regarding our submission, please direct queries to info@cybersafeireland.org.


Read our Submission Document

CyberSafeIreland Briefing Note for GDF

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  1. Pat McKenna
    December 24, 2016

    Hi, a very well thought-out submission. Regarding age as a single factor for consideration, I would take the view that the age must be reduced to the minimum age at which we know that significant numbers of children join SNS. It is farcical that we cannot hold SNS accountable for the production of usage data and protection of those under 13 years because of the notional age limitation. If you are interested in having a discussion at some point then please drop me a line. Best, Pat

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