Design and development of public monitoring system for Personal data protection
The project aims to compare the current state of data protection and to offer assistance on this matter to 6 EU candidate and acceding countries (Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Latvia and the Slovak Republic) in the field of protection and free movement of personal data as part of the process of development of the internal market and the provision of free movement of people, goods, services and capitals, to benefit from the experience of the member countries (The United Kingdom), concerning personal data protection in the context of the European market and the information society and to initiate a discussion on a national level on the measures that has to be taken in order to keep the course of further alignment with the EU acquis on this matter, by using the experience of the EU candidate and acceding countries. The project activities include organizing an International Conference, publication and circulation of a collection of reports and results from the conference, organizing a National Discussion Forum, outlining policy measures for the purpose of setting the Bulgarian legislation on personal data protection in accordance with the EU acquis.
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