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3rd Annual European Data Protection Intensive 2009

If you haven't already booked, do it now and don't miss out on this fantastic event. We have a few places left so reserve your place now!

WHY SHOULD I ATTEND? The concept behind this conference is unique. No other data protection and privacy event brings together data protection experts from all EU member states plus Switzerland and Norway, to provide authoritative information and reliable advice on the data protection rules and regulations throughout Europe.

WHAT WILL I GAIN BY ATTENDING? The event will feature a keynote address on strategic issues in EU data protection by Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor, followed by a outstanding interactive panel sessions focusing on the key issues facing international data protection professionals.

GROUP INTERACTIVE SESSIONS: Expert speakers from across Europe will provide an overview highlighting each country's regime and discuss hot issues such as international data transfers, electronic marketing, social networking and more. Listen to and question our speakers on issues affecting you, your company and your clients.

NETWORKING DINNER: Complete the day by attending our Annual European Data Protection Intensive Dinner, to network with leading data protection privacy professionals from around the world.

This is a must attend event for all Data Protection Professionals!

- Full programme: http://e-comlaw.com/EuropeanIntensive2009/index.asp?section=program

- Location: Hunton & Williams, Brussels, Belgium

- Date: Monday 18 May 2009

- Costs: £495 / €595 / $750

- Online: http://e-comlaw.com/EuropeanIntensive2009/index.asp?section=form

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