Tine A. Larsen

President, National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD) – Luxembourg

Tine A. Larsen was appointed one of four commissioners of Luxembourg’s Data Protection Authority as of 1st November 2014 and assumes the presidency of the collegiate body.

She holds a Master in Law with a specialisation in commercial law from the University Robert Schumann in Strasbourg, France, and an MA in International Peace and Security from King’s College London.

She took the bar exam in Luxembourg in 1999 and practised as a lawyer before joining the Luxembourg Government Administration in 2003. After two years as an attaché with the Luxembourg Army Headquarters, she joined the National Rescue Services Agency. As of 2008, she was the head of its administrative, technical and medical division.

Mrs Larsen represents Luxembourg DPA at the European Data Protection Board. She is also a member of the national “Judicial Oversight Authority” (Autorité de contrôle judiciaire), the national “Information Commission” (Commission d’Accès aux documents), as well as an advisory member of the Luxembourg Human Rights Consultative Commission.

11.45 - 12.30

Tuesday RAID Virtual 2024

Panel 3: Rethinking Data Protection

  • Cultural Perspectives on Privacy: Understanding how attitudes toward personal privacy vary across cultures.
  • Global Consensus on Data Access: Exploring common ground on when governments and law enforcement access personal data.
  • Addressing Security Concerns: The impact of international data flows on security and proposing mitigating strategies.
  • Assessing GDPR's Ongoing Relevance: Evaluating the effectiveness of GDPR and responses of global data protection regulations.
  • Navigating Tech Legislation: Understanding the impact of DSA, AI Act, and other regulations on data protection.
  • Evolution of DPAs: Exploring the changing role of Data Protection Authorities in the current regulatory landscape