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Status quo regarding the child's article 8 GDPR age of consent for data processing across the EU

Ingrida Milkaite (UGent) and Eva Lievens (UGent)
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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force more than a year and a half ago, on 25 May 2018. In December 2019 one Member State of the European Union (EU) – Slovenia – is yet to adopt its final GDPR implementation law. In practice, the fact that Slovenia has not yet passed its GDPR implementation law means that the article 8 GDPR age currently is 16 years instead of the age which is proposed in Slovenian draft legislation (15 years) until the national law is officially adopted. This update focuses in particular on developments in Greece, Portugal and the United Kingdom.
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privacy, data protection, child, children's rights, GDPR, Children, data protection, age of consent, implementation, EU, HRC, Law & Technology

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Milkaite, Ingrida, and Eva Lievens. “Status Quo Regarding the Child’s Article 8 GDPR Age of Consent for Data Processing across the EU.” BIK PORTAL, no. 20/12/2019, Better Internet for Kids, 2019.
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Milkaite, I., & Lievens, E. (2019). Status quo regarding the child’s article 8 GDPR age of consent for data processing across the EU. BIK PORTAL. Better Internet for Kids.
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Milkaite, Ingrida, and Eva Lievens. 2019. “Status Quo Regarding the Child’s Article 8 GDPR Age of Consent for Data Processing across the EU.” BIK PORTAL. Better Internet for Kids.
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Milkaite, Ingrida, and Eva Lievens. 2019. “Status Quo Regarding the Child’s Article 8 GDPR Age of Consent for Data Processing across the EU.” BIK PORTAL. Better Internet for Kids.
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Milkaite I, Lievens E. Status quo regarding the child’s article 8 GDPR age of consent for data processing across the EU. BIK PORTAL. Better Internet for Kids; 2019.
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I. Milkaite and E. Lievens, “Status quo regarding the child’s article 8 GDPR age of consent for data processing across the EU,” BIK PORTAL, no. 20/12/2019. Better Internet for Kids, 2019.
@misc{8640119,
  abstract     = {The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force more than a year and a half ago, on 25 May 2018. In December 2019 one Member State of the European Union (EU) – Slovenia – is yet to adopt its final GDPR implementation law. In practice, the fact that Slovenia has not yet passed its GDPR implementation law means that the article 8 GDPR age currently is 16 years instead of the age which is proposed in Slovenian draft legislation (15 years) until the national law is officially adopted. This update focuses in particular on developments in Greece, Portugal and the United Kingdom.},
  author       = {Milkaite, Ingrida and Lievens, Eva},
  keywords     = {privacy,data protection,child,children's rights,GDPR,Children,data protection,age of consent,implementation,EU,HRC,Law & Technology},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {20/12/2019},
  publisher    = {Better Internet for Kids},
  series       = {BIK PORTAL},
  title        = {Status quo regarding the child's article 8 GDPR age of consent for data processing across the EU},
  url          = {https://www.betterinternetforkids.eu/web/portal/practice/awareness/detail?articleId=3017751},
  year         = {2019},
}