Jun 20, 2023
In this episode of PrivacyPod, Joost and Panu talk to professor Herke Kranenborg who holds a chair in European Data Protection and Privacy Law at Maastricht University. In addition, professor Kranenborg is a member of the European Commission's Legal Service, which serves as an in-house legal counsel to the commission as well as represents the Commission in the Court of European Union in Luxembourg.
Professor Kranenborg has a interesting position in the commission as he has taken part in many of the privacy related cases in the European Court of Justice as a commission representative.
You can hear Joost being a bit starstruck with his hero in this episode, but in the end he handles it well.
Professor Kranenborg gives us an unique look into what it is like to prepare and argue in the one of the most important privacy cases in this decade from the commission perspective. We also discuss other landmark cases, so get your pencils ready! Or actually, you dont, since all the cases are listed here below.
And what is the most important case this year according to professor Kranenborg? Listen in, and you will find out.
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