12 Mar 2014
European Parliament, Strasbourg; Brussel
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM (MARCH 7, 2014) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL)
1. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE BELGIAN PRIVACY COMMISSION (EXTERIOR)
2. CUTAWAY: EVA WIERTS AT HER DESK, ON HER COMPUTER
3. EVA WIERTS (COMMUNICATION OFFICER, BELGIAN PRIVACY COMMISSION) SAYING (ENGLISH):
"Nobody has to be paranoid about anything, you just have to be aware of the fact that you are constantly giving your data to other people and other people may use them."
4. CUTAWAY: EVA WIERTS WORKING AT HER DESK
5. EVA WIERTS (COMMUNICATION OFFICER, BELGIAN PRIVACY COMMISSION) SAYING (ENGLISH):
"Buying a cell phone also implies that you buy a device with a specific number attached to it which make it traceable. So in a sense, just by buying a mobile phone, you are also traceable .The risks increase when you use apps like foursquare for example because that means you actively say to people 'this is where I am right now, I have just gone into this bar or I have just visited this place if interest'."
6. CUTAWAY: EVA WIERTS USING A MOBILE APPLICATION AND GOING ON FACEBOOK
7. EVA WIERTS (COMMUNICATION OFFICER, BELGIAN PRIVACY COMMISSION) SAYING (ENGLISH):
"Facebook also has a lot of apps that are actually not produced by Facebook, but are external partners, and it happens quite a lot that these apps use data from your data profile. So what I try to do is not to use apps and if I really want to use them, make sure that they do not use any data that I have on my profile, from family data to friends for example."
8. CUTAWAY: EVA WIERTS CHECKING FILES AT HER DESK
FRANCE, STRASBOURG (MARCH 12, 2014) (SOCIALISTS AND DEMOCRATS, EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - ACCESS ALL)
9. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN STRASBOURG (EXTERIOR)
10. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF THE VOTE ON DATA PROTECTION
11. DIMITRI DROUTSAS (S&D MEP AND RAPPORTEUR FOR DATA PROTECTION) SAYING (ENGLISH):
"The priority always have been and must be to strengthen the fundamental rights of the citizens and this is why I am very satisfied that we were able to have a positive vote today in the European Parliament for both the regulation and the directive on data protection, which means that we are reforming the data protection in all sectors: private and public. "
12. CUTAWAY: DIMITRI DROUTSAS BEING INTERVIEWED BY JOURNALISTS
13. DIMITRI DROUTSAS (S&D MEP AND RAPPORTEUR FOR THE DATA PROTECTION) SAYING (ENGLISH):
"First of all the individual can rely on an enforced data protection authority in his own member state, this is of course very important. Secondly he has the right to really do with his personal data what he wants, meaning that if he wants to erase something, a piece of personal data that has been put on the Internet for instance, the individual has the right to ask to quest from everybody to really erase this piece of information. "
14. CUTAWAY: DIMITRI DROUTSAS BEING INTERVIEWED BY JOURNALISTS
15. DIMITRI DROUTSAS (S&D MEP AND RAPPORTEUR FOR THE DATA PROTECTION) SAYING (ENGLISH):
"My appeal goes to the member states, to the governments of the member states, to the Council to speed up now with their work, to do their homework so that we can get to the final negotiation with the Council, the Commission, in order to really finalize the reform of the data protection package. "
16. CUTAWAY: DIMITRI DROUTSAS BEING INTERVIEWED BY JOURNALISTS
PARIS, FRANCE (OCTOBER 17, 2013) (EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AUDIOVISUAL – ACCESS ALL)
1. CUTAWAY: VARIOUS OF A WOMEN CREATING A TWITTER ACCOUNT AND GOOGLING HER NAME ON THE BROWSER
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