Public Consultation on the Processing of Children’s Personal Data and the Rights of Children as Data Subjects under the GDPRData Protection Commission
Since 19 December 2018, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) is running a public consultation on issues relating to the processing of children’s personal data and the rights of children as data subjects under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The DPC invites all interested parties to make written submissions in response to the online consultation document below, which identifies the specific issues and questions on which views are sought. Arising from this consultation, the DPC will produce a series of guidance materials on the subject of children and data protection.
The final date for responses is Friday 1 March 2019.
The DPC intends to publish on its website the content of all submissions received in response to this consultation document and the identity of the party making the submission (unless that party is an individual and has expressly requested not to be so identified).
Written submissions can be made by email to email@example.com . Alternatively, submissions can be posted to: Children’s Consultation, Data Protection Commission, 21 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2.
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merzWISSENSCHAFT: Children / Media / RightsJutta Croll
Children have rights. This is not least enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. This agreement was revolutionary in 1989 and its implementation has unfortunately not been taken for granted to this day. Particularly in view of digitisation, it is worth taking a look at how children's rights are taken into account in the design and provision of media services, but also in the implementation of media education activities. In the course of the mediatisation of all areas of life ("deep mediatisation") this seems more important than ever. New digital technologies offer new opportunities for social participation - children and young people also benefit, for example, from the wide range of information and communication offerings.
In the special edition merzWissenschaft Nr.6, published in December 2018, two articles based on the work of the project Kinderrechte.digital were published.
Stop! Secret - The children's right to data protection and privacy in the digital world
Main topics of this article are data protection and privacy issues from a child’s rights perspective. The authors discuss how the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) addresses the protec-tion requirements of children and how a child-centred implementation of the GDPR should be shaped. The topic is analyzed from three angles: the relation to children’s rights on a national level, the thematic placement into the European context, and taking into account the perspective of children themselves.
The influence of domain names on children's rights on the Internet
Given the central importance of the internet to children’s lives in the 21st Century the Domain Name System (DNS) can have a decisive impact on children’s rights. This is because the contractual terms on which a domain is allocated by ICANN can either require relevant actors to take steps to protect children’s rights to access, protection and participation or they can be silent or more permissive, thereby opening the way for bad actors to put those rights and children’s safety in jeopardy. This paper describes the underlying infrastructure of the Internet Corporation of Assigned Na-mes and Numbers - ICANN - and offers a perspective on the potential of the DNS to contribute to children’s rights and on the obligations of those responsible for managing the DNS to have in regard to children’s rights.
Here you can access the abstracts of all articles contained
Here you will get directly to the order of the edition
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Call for Issues for the Internet Governance Forum 2019IGF Internet Governance Forum, IGF Internet Governance Forum
Internet governance is the development and application by governments, the private sector and civil society of shared principles, norms, rules, decision-making procedures, and programmes that shape the evolution and use of the Internet.
The Internet Governance Forum - IGF is an annual open conference, initiated by the United Nations in 2006. Internet penetration worldwide, internet usage, technical aspects and regulation are on the agenda. Human rights have played a big role from the beginning. This year an open call for issues again provides the opportunity to put children’s rights and child protection in the focus of IGF.
The call is open for all stakeholders till 24 January at https://www.intgovforum.org/multilingual/content/igf-2019-call-for-issues
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IGFD2018Jutta Croll, Stiftung Digitale Chancen
The tenth Internet Governance Forum Germany will take place today in the Wappensaal of the Rotes Rathaus in Berlin under the heading Digital Participation. In his opening speech, Prof. Dr. Helge Braun, Federal Minister for Special Tasks and Head of the Federal Chancellery, presented the Federal Government's digital strategy. The focus was on expanding the network infrastructure, but also on promoting digital skills for more digital participation.
Other topics during the day will include the future of work, international conflicts in cyberspace, the Network Enforcement Act one year after its entry into force, and the topics that will lead to the Global Internet Governance Forum 2019 in Berlin: Internet Governance Radar, Citizen Dialogue and the Multistakeholder Approach.
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