Data Act Round Table Discussions 2024

D&I Event

D&I Innovation Powerhouse organizes in-depth Round Table Discussions on the Data Act during this Spring. In this series of discussions we will familiarize ourselves with the core issues of the data regulation that will soon come into force.

In a breakfast event on 18 April 2024 we will discuss data act and personal data from the data protection point of view.

The round table series is aimed for in-house lawyers representing different companies, organizations, public bodies and industries as well as other data professionals.

If you have not yet received an invite, but would like to participate, please contact us at [email protected] and get fully prepared before the transition period ends on 12 September 2025.

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