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Austria Österreichische Datenschutzbehörde, Wickenburggasse 8 1080 Vienna
Belgium Belgian Institute for Postal services and Telecommunications, Ellipse Building Bd. Du Roi Albert II, 35 - 1030 Brussels
Bulgaria Commission for personal data protection, 2 Prof. Tsvetan Lazarov Blvd., Sofia 1592
Croatia Croatian Post and electronic communications Agency, Roberta Frangeša Mihanovića 9 10110 Zagreb
Cyprus Office for Personal Data Protection, P.O.Box 23378, 1682 Nicosia, Cyprus
Czech republic Office for Personal Data Protection, Pplk. Sochora 27 170 00 Praha 7
Denmark Danish Business Authority, Langelinie Allé 17 2100 Copenhagen Denmark
Estonia Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate, 39 Tatari St., 10134 Tallinn
Finland Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority,
France Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés, 3 Place de Fontenoy TSA 80715 75334 PARIS CEDEX 07 France
Germany Der Bundesbeauftragte für den Datenschutz und die Informationsfreiheit, Husarenstr. 30 53117 Bonn
Greece Hellenic Data Protection Authority, Kifissias 1-3, 115 23 Athens
Hungary National Media and Infocommunications Authority, 1015 Budapest, Ostrom u. 23-25
Ireland Office of the Data Protection Commissioner, 21 Fitzwilliam Square South Dublin 2 D02 RD28
Italy Garante per la protezione dei dati personali, Piazza Venezia 11 – 00187 Roma
Latvia Data State Inspectorate, Blaumana iela 11/13-15, Riga, LV-1011
Lithuania State Data Protection Inspectorate, A. Juozapaviciaus g. 6, Vilnius
Luxembourg Commission nationale pour la protection des données, 1, avenue du Rock’n’Roll L-4361 Esch-sur-Alzette
Malta Office of the Information and Data Protection Commissioner, Level 2, Airways House High Street Sliema SLM 1549
Netherlands Dutch Data Protection Authority, Postbus 93374 2509 AJ Den Haag
Poland The Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warsaw
Portugal Comissão Nacional de Protecção de Dados, Av. D. Carlos I, 134 - 1.º 1200-651 Lisboa
Romania National Supervisory Authority for Personal Data Processing, 28-30 G-ral Gheorghe Magheru Bld. District 1, post code 010336 Bucharest
Slovakia Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic, Tovarenska 7, P.O. BOX 40, 828 55 Bratislava 24
Slovenia Information Commissioner, Dunajska cesta 22 SI-1000 Ljubljana
Spain Agencia Española de Protección de Datos, C/ Jorge Juan, 6 28001 Madrid
Sweden Swedish Post and Telecom Authority, Box 5398 SE-102 49 Stockholm
EDPS

The European Data Protection Supervisor is an independent authority that supervises the EU administration's processing of personal data to ensure compliance with privacy rules.

News

Watch video address by Wojciech Wiewiórowski. Read full text. 'EU Digital Solidarity: a call for a pan-European approach against the pandemic'

The latest edition of the EDPS Newsletter is online now!Newsletter n°78

EDPS Comments to DG CONNECT of the European Commission on monitoring of COVID-19 spread.Monitoring spread of COVID-19

Read the press release.EDPS closes investigation into European Parliament’s 2019 election activities

When we started our work on the Strategy for the five-year mandate of the European Data Protection Supervisor, one of the first issues we discussed was whether it should be either a living document, ready to be changed or adjusted, or a robust, future-proof plan. The moment you realise the world has changed: re-thinking the EDPS Strategy

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the EDPS has decided to activate its Business Continuity Plan. All EDPS staff will be teleworking from 13 March to 13 April 2020. We understand it as a change of working modality, and we try to operate as normally as possible. We invite you to contact us via our general email: edps@edps.europa.eu, or using the contact form.EDPS response to COVID-19 outbreak

2019 could be described as a year of transition, across Europe and the world. The 2019 Annual Report provides an insight into all EDPS activities in 2019, which was the last year of a five-year EDPS mandate. EDPS activities therefore focused on consolidating the achievements of previous years, assessing the progress made and starting to define priorities for the future. Read the Press Release.Annual Report 2019

The latest edition of the EDPS Newsletter is online now!EDPS Newsletter 77

EDPS Opinion on the opening of negotiations for a new partnership with UK.Opinion: negotiations for a new partnership with UK

On 13 February, the EDPS organised a workshop to discuss and debate challenges and opportunities of AI and Facial Recognition applications in the future to come. The event gathered more than 50 leading researchers, experts and practitioners from academia, regulators, business and civil society, to share their insights and experiences to deepen our understanding of the challenges ahead and the possible policy responses. There was a general consensus that as AI can have a significant impact both on an individual and on society as a whole, clear red lines on certain extremely high-risk scenarios need to be defined where the essence of rights and freedoms of individuals may be at stake. Artificial Intelligence should be used to improve our lives, individually and as a society, but such improvement should never come at the cost of our values and fundamental rights.AI and Facial Recognition: Challenges and Opportunities

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