• SOURCE: S&D Group at European Parliament

Data protection – ready-to-air (EN)

ID

430026

Shoot Date

14 Apr 2016

Shoot Location

Strasbourg, France

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Edited package in English
Shotlist
FRANCE, STRASBOURG (APRIL 14, 2016) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL) 1. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG (EXTERIOR) 2. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE VOTE ON DATA PROTECTION AND PNR 3. VOICE-OVER SAYING (ENGLISH): This Thursday, the European Parliament approved the ‘data protection package’, defining how European citizens' data can be used. Both on the side of the private and public bodies, and by the police and criminal justice authorities. FRANCE, STRASBOURG (APRIL 13, 2016) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL) 4. CLAUDE MORAES (S&D MEP, UK) SAYING (ENGLISH): “We have created a good balance between keeping people safe and ensuring their privacy. These are two things which are difficult to balance but I think we've got it right this week.” FRANCE, PARIS (SEPTEMBER 30, 2015) (EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AUDIOVISUAL – ACCESS ALL) 5. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS YOUNG WOMEN CHECKING HER INFORMATION ON HER TWITTER ACCOUNT 6. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS COMPUTER SCREEN ON THE TWITTER ACCOUNT FRANCE, STRASBOURG (APRIL 13, 2016) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL) 7. VOICE-OVER SAYING (ENGLISH): This package brings practical benefices to individuals: the right to know when they’ve been hacked, if their financial information is safe, the right to be forgotten and the obligation, for companies processing large amount of data to appoint a data protection officer to ensure they are fulfilling their legal obligations.  8. CUTAWAY: MARJU LAURISTIN TALKING TO A JOURNALIST 9. MARJU LAURISTIN (S&D MEP, EE) SAYING (ENGLISH): “I think this package is progressive as it is putting the personal fundamental values and fundamental rights in the centre of all the data protection problematic.” 10. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF MARJU LAURISTIN TALKING TO A JOURNALIST THE NETHERLANDS, THE HAGUES (OCTOBER 18, 2013) (EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AUDIOVISUAL - ACCESS ALL) 11. CUTAWAY: EUROPEAN CYBERCRIME CENTRE IN THE HAGUES (INSIDE) 12. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF EMPLOYEES AT THEIR DESK CHECKING CYBERDATA FRANCE, STRASBOURG (APRIL 13, 2016) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL) 13. VOICE-OVER SAYING (ENGLISH): S&D MEP Marju Lauristin has negotiated the part of the package which is dedicated to crime prevention. She fought to ensure that personal date is processed lawfully and collected for explicit and legitimate purpose.  14. MARJU LAURISTIN (S&D MEP, EE) SAYING (ENGLISH): “This set of common rules is very important to build trust between police organisation and law enforcement authorities from the different countries on one side. On the other side, it is important for individuals because they will know that their rights are protected in each EU country if they are not under criminal investigation as a suspect.” UNITED STATES, NEW YORK (NOVEMBER 10, 2010) (EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AUDIOVISUAL – ACCESS ALL) 15. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE NEW YORK AIRPORT 16. CUTAWAY: PASSENGERS WAITING IN LINE TO SHOW THEIR PASSPORT 17. CUTAWAY: CLOSE-UP ON A PASSENGER’S PASSPORT FRANCE, STRASBOURG (APRIL 13, 2016) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL) 18. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF CLAUDE MORAES PERFORMING A LIVE INTERVIEW IN STRASBOURG 19. VOICE-OVER SAYING (ENGLISH): The data protection package has been voted alongside the Passenger Name Record Directive, which aims to regulate the transfer of passenger data from the airlines to the Member States' law enforcement authorities. A development welcomed by the S&D Group although they warn it is not a silver bullet.  20. CLAUDE MORAES (S&D MEP, UK) SAYING (ENGLISH): "As a political Group, the S&D is very much willing to work and to legislate on such issues as PNR and the police directive. As well as we do our job in the European Parliament –and we are happy to do this- we are saying to the Member States that they have a job to do. We don't believe they are doing their job well enough. We don't believe that the Council is sharing information well enough. We don't believe that they are understanding their responsibilities.” 21. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG (INTERIOR) 22. VOICE-OVER SAYING (ENGLISH): Team work will therefore be needed to efficiently implement this set of rules aiming at protecting citizens’ safety in the full respect of their fundamental rights.
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