15 Oct

Homo Digitalis at ANT1 TV network’s news

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On Tuesday, October 8, 2019, Homo Digitalis’s Vice President, Mr Stefanos Vittoratos gave an interview at ANT1 TV network regarding the ever-changing cyber security legal framework in our country.
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07 Oct

Homo Digitalis at Researcher’s Night 2019

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Homo Digitalis participated in Researcher’s Night event for the second consecutive year, spreading information and knowledge to hundreds of adults and youngsters regarding their digital rights.
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22 Sep

Homo Digitalis at Researcher’s Night 2019!

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The event will take place on Friday 27 September 2019 from 17:00 p.m. to 23:00 p.m. in the premises of the Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (“FORTH”) and the entrance is free of any charge.
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17 Sep

Law 4624/2019 on personal data: An initial discussion

Posted by: Homo Digitalis
On Tuesday the 24th of September 2019 the​ Institute for Privacy Law, Data Protection, and Technology, established by the European Public Law Organization (EPLO), and the Athens Bar Association are holding an event under the name: 'Law.
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29 Aug

Homo Digitalis in Netweek journal

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In the newest Netweek issue, Homo Digitalis’s Stefanos Vitoratos gives an interview on the recent draft legislation relating to personal data implementing GDPR, which was adopted on the 26th of August 2019 by the Greek Parliament.
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04 Aug

Schrems II Case before the CJEU

Posted by: Homo Digitalis
On Tuesday 9 and Wednesday, 10 July, a very important case for the protection of personal data was heard before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.
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07 Jul

Homo Digitalis on PARAPOLITICA 90,1 FM radio

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On June 26 2019, Homo Digitalis’s Katerina Pouliou, had an interview on PARAPOLITICA 90,1 FM radio with the journalist G. Houdalakis about elections and the processing of personal data.
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11 Jun

The newest issue of GDPR Today is out!

Posted by: Homo Digitalis
Today, June 11th 2019, the new issue of GDPR Today has been released including many articles and statistics about the compliance of GDPR! It is the third participation of Homo Digitalis!
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06 Jun

Homo Digitalis at ENISA Conference in Greece

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Our organisation had the great pleasure to participate in the conference organised by ENISA under the title: “Artificial intelligence: An opportunity for the EU cyber-crisis management”.
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15 May

Open Letter on the dangers of using deep packet inspection

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Today, 15 May 2019, European Digital Rights (EDRi) along with other 45 civil society organizations, academics and private actors from 15 different countries, including Homo Digitalis, sent an open letter to European legislators informing them on the.
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05 Dec

Actions in national and european level regarding e-evidence

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18 organizations sent a letter to all the EU Member States, putting forward their vivid concerns regarding the approach suggested by the Austrian Presidency in the draft Regulation on European production and preservation orders for electronic evidence.
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12 Nov

Homo Digitalis in the European Parliament

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On the 8th of November a conference on “Facebook and other social dangers” took place in the European Parliament. Homo Digitalis was invited by Mr. Kouloglou and was represented by Anastasia Karagianni.
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01 Oct

The European Cyber Security Month is here

Posted by: Homo Digitalis
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) together with the European Commission (DG CONNECT) and other partners devote October to cyber security every year
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02 Aug

Reddit was hacked

Posted by: Homo Digitalis
According to the official press release by the company, published yesterday (01.08.2018), some hackers got access to the computer systems of the platform and thus, gained access to users’ personal data.
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