Re: [WIRELESS-LAN] GDPR

2018-04-06 Thread Philippe Hanset
Not that I would ever promote such an insane measure: Block IP addresses from the EU to Universities that do not comply! foreign brains and out of state tuition are motors of our US-edu economy and richness, can we afford to lose this? We did something similar with FATCA, pressuring banks all

Re: [WIRELESS-LAN] GDPR

2018-04-06 Thread Robert Mathews (OSIA)
On 4/6/2018 12:52 PM, Lee H Badman wrote: > Interesting- I couldn’t tell if rules were different between EU > residents vs visitors. I’m sure a lot of campus legal > departments/lawyers are busy right now trying to figure it all out. > I’ll be curious to see how operations for US colleges abroad

GDPR

2018-04-06 Thread Lee H Badman
Worthy of posting on both lists, apologies to those who will see it twice. Anyone feel like sharing what you've changed or are thinking about related to GDPR if you have network operations in Europe? The new regs go into effect May 25. -Lee Lee Badman | Network Architect | CWNE #200

RE: GDPR

2018-04-06 Thread Caston Thomas
My understanding is that GDPR will apply to students & faculty visiting the EU on school related events (internships, foreign studies, conferences, trips), alumni traveling on behalf of the school. Logins & online activity from individuals in the EU will fall under GDPR. Logs will have to be

RE: GDPR

2018-04-06 Thread Lee H Badman
Interesting- I couldn't tell if rules were different between EU residents vs visitors. I'm sure a lot of campus legal departments/lawyers are busy right now trying to figure it all out. I'll be curious to see how operations for US colleges abroad are specifically impacted from the network and

Re: [WIRELESS-LAN] GDPR

2018-04-06 Thread Philippe Hanset
Lee, We have to follow GDPR closely due to the eduroam/Govroam/ANYROAM implications. Some of the logic behind GDPR is based on the location of the person whether EU Citizen or not. GDPR applies to all EU Citizens but also to visitors of the EU, and also to EU Citizens when using remote

Re: [WIRELESS-LAN] GDPR

2018-04-06 Thread Daniel Brisson
I’m very interested to see how this 1) gets enforced and 2) litigated. My curiousity comes from the practicality of enforcing anything to do with your example #1 from below. -dan — Dan Brisson Network Engineer University of Vermont From: The EDUCAUSE Wireless Issues Constituent Group