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UK-EU data adequacy

Inquiry

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

This call for evidence was closed following the prorogation of Parliament on 24 May 2024. When committees are reappointed in the new Parliament following the general election on 4 July 2024 they may consider whether to reopen previous calls for evidence.

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Past events

Tuesday 21 May 2024
4:15pm Public
5:30pm Private
UK-EU data adequacy - Oral evidence 21 May 2024
4:15pm
  • Professor Peter Swire (Professor of Law and Expert on Privacy and Cybersecurity at Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech)
  • Josh Lee Kok Thong (Managing Director at Asia-Pacific, Future of Privacy Forum)
Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Tuesday 14 May 2024
4:00pm Public
5:00pm Private
Oral evidence session 14 May 2024
UK-EU data adequacy - Oral evidence
3:00pm
  • Robert Jones CBE (Director General Operations at National Crime Agency)
  • Peter Ayling (Deputy Chief Constable at National Police Chiefs' Council)
Independent Monitoring Authority - Oral evidence
4:00pm
  • Leo O'Reilly (Interim Chair at Independent Monitoring Authority)
  • Miranda Biddle (Chief Executive at Independent Monitoring Authority)
  • Pam Everett (Director of Operational Delivery at Independent Monitoring Authority)
  • Rhys Davies (General Counsel at Independent Monitoring Authority)
Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Tuesday 7 May 2024
4:00pm Public
5:00pm Private
UK-EU data adequacy - Oral evidence 7 May 2024
4:00pm
  • Nicola Watkinson (Managing Director, International at The City UK)
  • Ruth Boardman (Co-head at Bird & Bird's International Privacy and Data Protection Group)
  • Neil Warwick (Policy Champion for International Affairs at Federation of Small Businesses (FSB))
Room 4, Palace of Westminster
Tuesday 30 April 2024
4:00pm Public
6:00pm Private
UK-EU data adequacy - Oral evidence 30 April 2024
4:00pm
  • Martin Kelly (Former official at Home Office)
  • Dr Nora Ni Loideain (Director at Information Law & Policy Centre, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London)
Room 3, Palace of Westminster

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