Dr. Katharina Lasota Heller, LL.M.
Alumni of Max-Planck-Institute in München and McGeroge School of Law in Sacramento.
Attorney at law with strong academic background along with business oriented focus, admitted in Switzerland and in Warsaw, professional experience + 20 years.
Currently Managing Partner of LEXcellence Law Firm in Zug.
President of Swiss-Polish Blockchain Association.
Member of Legal and Regulatory Working Group of Crypto Valley Association.
Visionary and thinker with a profound experience in the area of data processing, big data, e-commerce, fintech, blockchain, mobile payments, intellectual property, compliance, risk management, and international labor law.
How far can a consent serve as a justification for data processing on a Blockchain?
Processing of personal data is generally prohibited, unless it is expressly allowed by law, or the data subject has consented to the processing. Consent can however be withdrawn.
Are they situations when further processing (after the consent has been withdrawn) might still be allowed: beside the contract: legal obligations, vital interests of the data subject, public interest or legitimate interest? Discussion based on real life example.