Event Title

Protection of Personal Data, Security of Information and Access to Public Documents: Challenge for Kosovo Institutions

Session

Information Systems and Security

Description

The opening of the economic market, the free movement of people and goods, the right to freedom of expression, political alternatives to governance in society, free circulation of ideas and services; at the time of democratic development are the values on which the country's democracy remains unmovable. Whereas, when these developments, in co-operation, are in strong cohesion with the rule of law, then a country's state and democratic stability can be said to be advanced. The new technological developments of this century have also spurred new rules regarding the protection of the individual, and our common values of democracy. While the new challenge in Kosovo, though surpassing both the state and regional borders, is the aspect of the right to personal data protection (PDP), information security (IS) and access to public documents (APD). In the future, we will try to spot our shortcomings in this regard, while at the same time giving recommendations to overcome these challenges.

Keywords:

Data protection, Information security, Access to public documents, ICT, Social networks

Session Chair

Anita Mirijamdotter

Session Co-Chair

Bejtush Ademi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.205

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Protection of Personal Data, Security of Information and Access to Public Documents: Challenge for Kosovo Institutions

Pristina, Kosovo

The opening of the economic market, the free movement of people and goods, the right to freedom of expression, political alternatives to governance in society, free circulation of ideas and services; at the time of democratic development are the values on which the country's democracy remains unmovable. Whereas, when these developments, in co-operation, are in strong cohesion with the rule of law, then a country's state and democratic stability can be said to be advanced. The new technological developments of this century have also spurred new rules regarding the protection of the individual, and our common values of democracy. While the new challenge in Kosovo, though surpassing both the state and regional borders, is the aspect of the right to personal data protection (PDP), information security (IS) and access to public documents (APD). In the future, we will try to spot our shortcomings in this regard, while at the same time giving recommendations to overcome these challenges.