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Register now for our webinar ‘Personal data management and altruism’

Save the date for 12 April for the second session of our series about the Data Governance Act

On 12 April 2024 from 10:00 to 11:30 CET, join us for the webinar on ‘Personal data management and altruism: how and when are individuals empowered to make data sharing decisions?’. Building upon the foundation laid in our previous webinar, this second session in our series exploring data governance delves deeper into the intricacies of the Data Governance Act (DGA) and its profound implications for data sharing control, contrasting with the Open Data Directive.

This webinar is designed to provide comprehensive insights into the legal framework introduced by the DGA, with a specific focus on empowering individuals to control their own data. We will examine the main features of the DGA mechanisms, highlighting innovations compared to the Open Data Directive and anticipating benefits for public sector bodies and the public interest.

Participants can expect in-depth discussions on the novel dynamics introduced by the DGA, exploring how individuals are incorporated into data sharing decisions and the associated challenges and opportunities. Our panelists from MyData Global and Datalog will provide detailed analyses of two pivotal aspects: the utilisation of data intermediation services for personal data management, and the concept of data altruism.

Whether you are a policy maker, data sharing platform developer, or data re-user, this session offers invaluable knowledge to navigate the evolving data governance landscape. Do not miss this opportunity to deepen your understanding of personal data management and individual data sovereignty in the digital era. Register now to secure your spot and gain valuable insights from Europe's leading open data experts. 

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