So about data security, sharing and the General Data Protection Regulation in the EU for coworking worldwide

Hi, all,

As you may have noticed (koff) the EU’s Data Protection regulations are in ful effect as of next week, 25 May.

The European Coworking Assembly, together with Linkilaw, Ouishare and Included.co, would like to cordially invite you all to join us on the Hero’s Journey, GDPR and Coworking (how’s that for a title)

It is a journey in five parts; The first part is already live. It starts with figuring out what GDPR is about, and deciding to do something about it.

The next part is an interview looking into what GDPR covers and what that has to do with coworking.

Next up is a Q&A so coworking spaces and coworkers can ask specifically about use cases, their data, how GDPR will or could affect them (that’s you!)

After that is a free webinar which will be informed by the Q&A, focused on GDPR and coworking

Finally there will be a wrapup, with summaries (and handouts!) and an opportunity to ask more questions and get real answers from experts int he field.

Please join us.

Since we can’t send most of you an email now, we have arranged to release instructions to take part in each step via our Twitter and Facebook pages. So if you want to join us all you have to do is, well, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or follow along on the Blog

Have had similar questions come up in quite a few coworking groups across the different social networks.

So good to see this being tackled for all coworking space operators who may ‘touch’ the data of EU nationals in some way or form.

:slight_smile: And the link for those who’d like to submit questions to be answered and possibly discussed in the webinar is: https://included.co/qa/gdpr-coworking/

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On Tuesday, 15 May 2018 10:19:53 UTC-4, Jeannine van der Linden wrote:

Hi, all,

As you may have noticed (koff) the EU’s Data Protection regulations are in ful effect as of next week, 25 May.

The European Coworking Assembly, together with Linkilaw, Ouishare and Included.co, would like to cordially invite you all to join us on the Hero’s Journey, GDPR and Coworking (how’s that for a title)

It is a journey in five parts; The first part is already live. It starts with figuring out what GDPR is about, and deciding to do something about it.

The next part is an interview looking into what GDPR covers and what that has to do with coworking.

Next up is a Q&A so coworking spaces and coworkers can ask specifically about use cases, their data, how GDPR will or could affect them (that’s you!)

After that is a free webinar which will be informed by the Q&A, focused on GDPR and coworking

Finally there will be a wrapup, with summaries (and handouts!) and an opportunity to ask more questions and get real answers from experts int he field.

Please join us.

Since we can’t send most of you an email now, we have arranged to release instructions to take part in each step via our Twitter and Facebook pages. So if you want to join us all you have to do is, well, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or follow along on the Blog

The next chapter of the Hero’s Journey: Coworking, Coworkers, and GDPR has been released!

The first chapter is Alex’s article on data and is here.

The second chapter is an interview with our GDPR expert, and is here

The third chapter is the Q&A, where you can submit allll the questions you have, and is here.

Fourth up, will be on 24 May and will be the webinar which will be fcused on GDPR and coworking. I will add the link here,

or you can follow us on FB or Twitter to get notifications of each chapter as it is released.

Warm Regards,

Jeannine

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On Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 9:51:43 PM UTC+2, Hector Kolonas wrote:

Have had similar questions come up in quite a few coworking groups across the different social networks.

So good to see this being tackled for all coworking space operators who may ‘touch’ the data of EU nationals in some way or form.

:slight_smile: And the link for those who’d like to submit questions to be answered and possibly discussed in the webinar is: https://included.co/qa/gdpr-coworking/

On Tuesday, 15 May 2018 10:19:53 UTC-4, Jeannine van der Linden wrote:

Hi, all,

As you may have noticed (koff) the EU’s Data Protection regulations are in ful effect as of next week, 25 May.

The European Coworking Assembly, together with Linkilaw, Ouishare and Included.co, would like to cordially invite you all to join us on the Hero’s Journey, GDPR and Coworking (how’s that for a title)

It is a journey in five parts; The first part is already live. It starts with figuring out what GDPR is about, and deciding to do something about it.

The next part is an interview looking into what GDPR covers and what that has to do with coworking.

Next up is a Q&A so coworking spaces and coworkers can ask specifically about use cases, their data, how GDPR will or could affect them (that’s you!)

After that is a free webinar which will be informed by the Q&A, focused on GDPR and coworking

Finally there will be a wrapup, with summaries (and handouts!) and an opportunity to ask more questions and get real answers from experts int he field.

Please join us.

Since we can’t send most of you an email now, we have arranged to release instructions to take part in each step via our Twitter and Facebook pages. So if you want to join us all you have to do is, well, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or follow along on the Blog

It’s today!

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The webinar portion of the Hero’s Journey: Coworking, Coworkers, and GDPR has been released!

The first chapter is Alex’s article on data and is here.

The second chapter is an interview with our GDPR expert, and is here

The third chapter is the Q&A, where you can submit allll the questions you have, and is here.

Fourth up is the webinar today at 10:30 London. You can join us here: https://zoom.us/j/297372233

or you can follow us on FB or Twitter to get notifications of each chapter as it is released.

Warm Regards,

Jeannine

On Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 9:51:43 PM UTC+2, Hector Kolonas wrote:

Have had similar questions come up in quite a few coworking groups across the different social networks.

So good to see this being tackled for all coworking space operators who may ‘touch’ the data of EU nationals in some way or form.

:slight_smile: And the link for those who’d like to submit questions to be answered and possibly discussed in the webinar is: https://included.co/qa/gdpr-coworking/

On Tuesday, 15 May 2018 10:19:53 UTC-4, Jeannine van der Linden wrote:

Hi, all,

As you may have noticed (koff) the EU’s Data Protection regulations are in ful effect as of next week, 25 May.

The European Coworking Assembly, together with Linkilaw, Ouishare and Included.co, would like to cordially invite you all to join us on the Hero’s Journey, GDPR and Coworking (how’s that for a title)

It is a journey in five parts; The first part is already live. It starts with figuring out what GDPR is about, and deciding to do something about it.

The next part is an interview looking into what GDPR covers and what that has to do with coworking.

Next up is a Q&A so coworking spaces and coworkers can ask specifically about use cases, their data, how GDPR will or could affect them (that’s you!)

After that is a free webinar which will be informed by the Q&A, focused on GDPR and coworking

Finally there will be a wrapup, with summaries (and handouts!) and an opportunity to ask more questions and get real answers from experts int he field.

Please join us.

Since we can’t send most of you an email now, we have arranged to release instructions to take part in each step via our Twitter and Facebook pages. So if you want to join us all you have to do is, well, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or follow along on the Blog

:+1: I’ll.be there!

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Have a remarkable day

Bernie J Mitchell
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www.berniejmitchell.com

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On Thu, May 24, 2018 at 6:45, Jeannine van der Linden [email protected] wrote:

It’s today!

The webinar portion of the Hero’s Journey: Coworking, Coworkers, and GDPR has been released!

The first chapter is Alex’s article on data and is here.

The second chapter is an interview with our GDPR expert, and is here

The third chapter is the Q&A, where you can submit allll the questions you have, and is here.

Fourth up is the webinar today at 10:30 London. You can join us here: https://zoom.us/j/297372233

or you can follow us on FB or Twitter to get notifications of each chapter as it is released.

Warm Regards,

Jeannine

On Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at 9:51:43 PM UTC+2, Hector Kolonas wrote:

Have had similar questions come up in quite a few coworking groups across the different social networks.

So good to see this being tackled for all coworking space operators who may ‘touch’ the data of EU nationals in some way or form.

:slight_smile: And the link for those who’d like to submit questions to be answered and possibly discussed in the webinar is: https://included.co/qa/gdpr-coworking/

On Tuesday, 15 May 2018 10:19:53 UTC-4, Jeannine van der Linden wrote:

Hi, all,

As you may have noticed (koff) the EU’s Data Protection regulations are in ful effect as of next week, 25 May.

The European Coworking Assembly, together with Linkilaw, Ouishare and Included.co, would like to cordially invite you all to join us on the Hero’s Journey, GDPR and Coworking (how’s that for a title)

It is a journey in five parts; The first part is already live. It starts with figuring out what GDPR is about, and deciding to do something about it.

The next part is an interview looking into what GDPR covers and what that has to do with coworking.

Next up is a Q&A so coworking spaces and coworkers can ask specifically about use cases, their data, how GDPR will or could affect them (that’s you!)

After that is a free webinar which will be informed by the Q&A, focused on GDPR and coworking

Finally there will be a wrapup, with summaries (and handouts!) and an opportunity to ask more questions and get real answers from experts int he field.

Please join us.

Since we can’t send most of you an email now, we have arranged to release instructions to take part in each step via our Twitter and Facebook pages. So if you want to join us all you have to do is, well, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or follow along on the Blog

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