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European Commission Data Protection Officer

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This article is part of a series on the
politics and government
of the European Union

The European Commission Data Protection Officer is a position in the European Commission responsible for independently ensuring the application, within the Commission, of Regulation 45/2001 regarding data protection. The current officer (as of June 2008) is Philippe Renaudière.

Further, the Officer maintains a register of all operations processing personal data, containing information on the purpose and conditions of operations, being available to the public (the register is available online).

See also

External links

  • Web site of the Data Protection Officer of the European Commission


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