By EDRi

This archive gathers all documents and material produced by EDRi on the Data Protection Regulation and Directive.

Index:

Full position paper
Comments on draft reports and amendments
Campaign material
Websites
Articles 2011
Articles 2012
Articles 2013


Full position paper

Position on the Regulation on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation) – available at http://edri.org/files/1012EDRi_full_position.pdf


Comments on draft reports and amendments

LIBE

* Comment on draft report – available at http://dpreform.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/edri-comments-on-libe-albrecht-report1.pdf
* Comment on amendments to articles 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 31, 32, 79, 80, 83 – available at http://dpreform.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/edri-analysis-of-libe-ams1.pdf

EMPL

* Comment on draft opinion – available at http://dpreform.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/edris-comments-on-the-draft-empl-opinion-on-the-general-data-protection.pdf

IMCO

* Comment on draft opinion – available at http://dpreform.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/edri-comments-on-draft-imco-opinion-fv.pdf
* Comment on amendments– available at http://dpreform.files.wordpress.com/2012/12/edris-comments-on-imco-amendments-for-the-gdpr.pdf

ITRE

* Comment on draft opinion – available at http://dpreform.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/edris-comments-on-draft-itre-opinion-on-general-data-protection-regulation-2.pdf

JURI

* Comment on draft opinion – available at http://dpreform.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/edri-comments-draft-opinion-juri-2.pdf


Campaign material

  • An introduction to Data Protection – available at http://www.edri.org/files/paper06_datap.pdf
  • Privacy? Why Care? – available at http://edri.org/files/eudatap-01.pdf
  • The EU is the global standard setter for #privacy and data protection – available at http://edri.org/files/eudatap-02.pdf
  • Industry lobbying & astroturfing against the data protection reform – available at http://edri.org/files/eudatap-03.pdf
  • I don’t care about data protection and privacy – issue 1 – available at http://edri.org/files/care.pdf
  • I don’t care about data protection and privacy – issue 2 – available at http://edri.org/files/policecare.pdf
  • Myths and truths of the data protection reform I – available at http://edri.org/files/dataprotection-myths-1.pdf
  • Myths and truths of the data protection reform II – available at http://www.privacycampaign.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/dataprotection-myths-2.pdf
  • Your Privacy is in Danger – available at http://www.privacycampaign.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/YourPrivacyinDanger.pdf
  • Key issues of the data protection regulation – available at http://www.edri.org/files/Keyissues-EUDataP.pdf
  • How to contact your MEP – available at http://www.privacycampaign.eu/2013/02/how-to-contact-your-meps/


Websites

  • Articles, recitals and EDRi amendments on the draft Directive: http://policingprivacy.eu/
  • Articles, recitals and EDRi amendments on the draft Regulation: http://protectmydata.eu/
  • Naked citizens: https://www.nakedcitizens.eu/
  • Call your MEPs campaign portal: http://www.privacycampaign.eu/


Articles 2011

14 December: Brief overview of the leaked EU Data Protection Regulation – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number9.24/overview-data-protection-regulation


Articles 2012

  • 27 January: EDRi Initial Comments on the Proposal for a Data Protection Regulation – available at http://www.edri.org/CommentsDPR
  • 1 February: Data Protection Week 2012: CPDP and the BarCamp – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.2/data-protection-week-2012
  • 1 February: ENDitorial: EDRi’s initial comments on the Data Protection Regulation – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.2/edri-comments-on-data-retention
  • 15 February: ENDitorial: EU DP Regulation Proposal: The French CNIL defends its turf – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.3/cnil-dp-regulation-turf
  • 14 March: EDPS on the new draft EU data protection policy – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.5/edps-eu-data-protection-policy
  • 26 September: Data protection package: a proposed timetable in the EP – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.18/data-protection-package
  • 7 November: ENDitorial: The Microsoft IE10 Do Not Track “controversy”- available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.21/microsoft-ie10-dnt
  • 21 November: Surprise! Facebook doesn’t Like the Data Protection Regulation – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.22/facebook-doesnt-like-eu-regulation
  • 5 December: ENDitorial: What could possibly go wrong? – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.23/what-could-possibly-go-wrong-data-protection
  • 5 December: Lobbying DP Regulation: European Banking Federation as an example – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.23/european-banking-federation-data-protection
  • 12 December: EDRi’s websites on the data protection reform package – available at http://www.edri.org/dataprotectionreform
  • 19 December: Companies abuse a loophole in data protection law – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number10.24/data-protection-law-loophole


Articles 2013

  • 8 January: European Parliament Data protection draft – compromise or compromised? – available at http://www.edri.org/ep-eudatap
  • 16 January: Privacy Camp: civil society warm-up for the CPDP – available at http://www.edri.org/pre-cpdp
  • 17 January: US lobbying against the data protection reform intensifies – available at http://www.edri.org/us-eudatap
  • 4 February: Consumer protection MEPs recommend bureaucracy and destruction of privacy rights – available at http://www.edri.org/IMCO-EUdataP
  • 5 February: Fight back on data protection: Launch of European privacy campaign – available at http://www.edri.org/privacycampaign
  • 11 February: Lobby groups take CTRL+V of data protection proposal – available at http://www.edri.org/lobbyplag-eudatap
  • 13 February: Recommended Action: support your privacy rights – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number11.3/action
  • 13 February: US privacy groups believe US officials lobby to weaken EU privacy – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number11.3/us-privacy-groups-eu-law-lobby
  • 20 February: Industry Committee scrapes together a majority for a disastrous data protection opinion – available at http://www.edri.org/itre-eudatap
  • 25 April: Press release: Regulation set to strip citizens of their right privacy – available at http://www.edri.org/PR-eudatap
  • 25 April: 25 April: Citizens stripped by EU Parliament proposals warns civil rights coalition – available at http://www.edri.org/eudatap-conference
  • 8 May: EDRi Organises European Activist Barcamp and Safari on Threats to Citizens’ Privacy Rights (13-15 May) – available at http://www.edri.org/eudatap_camp
  • 8 May: Launch of Nakedcitizens.eu – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number11.9/launch-nakedcitizens-eu
  • 13 May: Protecting the “right” of businesses to secretly make money out of your data – available at http://www.edri.org/theirprivacy
  • 22 May: EU privacy reform: What you can do now – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number11.10/eu-privacy-report-what-can-you-do-now
  • 28 May: If we assume the earth is flat – how much does data protection cost? – available at http://www.edri.org/flatearth
  • 5 June: Will the new data protection rules be even weaker than the old ones? – available at http://www.edri.org/edrigram/number11.11/weaker-data-protection-regulation%3F
  • 10 June: PRISM explains the wider lobbying issues surrounding EU data protection reform – available at http://www.edri.org/prism
  • 10 June: Viviane Reding dismantles UK’s arguments against effective data protection – available at http://www.edri.org/reding