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14th July 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Portcullis House (Boothroyd Room), UK Parliament, London – NOW ONLINE DUE TO COVID-19

All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain (APPG Blockchain) 


Register – LINK HERE 


On behalf of the APPG Blockchain Chair Martin Docherty-Hughes MP, and the Secretariat at Big Innovation Centre, we would like to invite you to our Evidence Meeting on BLOCKCHAIN REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

Questions to inspire:

Data Governance

  • How is data used by Blockchain Networks?
  • Can Blockchain make data collection auditable and transparent? And how can Transparency and Privacy find the right balance?
  • Can Blockchain be the definitive tool to protect personal data privacy and security?
  • How can Governments and Policymakers regulate Data Ownership on Blockchain networks?

Regulatory Framework

  • Which challenges do Blockchain networks (Public and Private) raise for Privacy and Data protection under GDPR?
  • Will it be necessary for a new data regulation for Blockchain?
  • In a Cross-Border decentralised environment which law will be applicable?
  • Who is the “Data Controller” in a public Blockchain Network?
  • How can Governments and Policymakers regulate Blockchain networks?

Confirmed Evidence Givers (across academia, businesses and regulators):

  • Dr Michèle Finck, Senior Research Fellow at Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competitionante 
  • Dr Enrico Rossi, Fellow at LSE – London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Charles Kerrigan, Partner at CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
  • Muhammad Tanoli, Head of Blockchain R&D at Consumer Node


There will be 4 to 8 formal Evidence Givers
There will also be an opportunity to share your opinion and raise practical questions.
Press invited
This event will be filmed