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Work Package 2 Deliverables

This Work Package aims to navigate the key ethical and legal requirements that are likely to be applicable to the LOCARD project.

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Striking the proper balance between, for example, the legitimate interests and the rights and obligations contained in the personal data protection framework and other legal approaches connected to privacy is of the utmost importance. This includes the new General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) Regulation 2016/679/EU, which shall apply from 25 May 2018 to all Member States, case law of the European Court of Human Rights and key illustrative examples from member states of the European Union. To this end, legal and ethical requirements should be effectively embedded inthe relevant technologies (including on the basis of the so-called data protection by design principle (art. 25 in GDPR)). The form of this Work Package has also been designed to comply with the need to perform an impact assessment asdescribed by article 35 GDPR.

 

Download LOCARD Work Package 2 deliverables from the following table:

TitleDescriptionLeadApproval DateDownload File
D2.2- SELP Compliance Report Report describing (a) the development of the appropriate Socio, Ethical, Legal and Privacy (SELP) framework for measurements of the applicable ethical and social principles, and (b) how LOCARD complies to those measurements. EEMA 22 July 2020 HERE
D2.3 - SELP Impact Assessment Report documenting the SELP requirements and how they will be implemented in practice. It will report the results of the liaison with the technical task leaders to ensure that the outcomes create the most positive impacts for the project. Where appropriate mitigations will be listed, and the outcomes described. EEMA 22 July 2020 HERE
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