Private Blockchains: Uncertain Area Under EU GDPR Privacy Regulations

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Private Blockchains Occupy Uncertain Area Under EU GDPR Privacy Regulations

A new study that was undertaken by Queen Mary University of London and the University of Cambridge, UK, came to some interesting conclusions about how blockchain could fit into the EU’s complex regulatory structure.

Source: Private Blockchains: Uncertain Area Under EU GDPR Privacy Regulations

Controlling your data: the competing visions of blockchains and GDPR.

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October 5, 2018 – 12:00 pm @ Spui25

The Blockchain&Society Policy Research Lab organised a workshop entitled:

Controlling your data: the competing visions of blockchains and GDPR.

Half of the speakers and the audience were women, Yay!

The workshop brought together legal and technical experts to discuss the concept of decentralisation and how the goals and rules of data protection can be accommodated in the context of blockchain technologies.

The event was part of the Amsterdam Privacy Conference.

Is GDPR an immovable block to blockchain? 

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A report has claimed that GDPR could hinder innovation in blockchain within Europe. If that is right, then this could be enough to ensure that the technology stars of tomorrow, the next Amazons or Googles, won’t be European. The report did hint at the opportunity, however. Blockchain could be as transformative for business as the internet, at least nine out of ten technology professionals think that, or so found a survey by BTL Group.

Source: Is GDPR an immovable block to blockchain? – GDPR.Report