Speaker Bio & Abstract

Dr Philip Lueghausen Partner
BHO Legal

BiographyPhilip studied law at the University of Cologne. He received his doctoral degree after graduating from the University of Cologne with a thesis on a copyright matters in IPTV services under the guidance of Professor Prütting. Before he joined BHO Legal as partner, Philip worked 9 years as a lawyer with renowned Cologne and Düsseldorf boutique law firms in the field of data protection law, IT law and intellectual and industrial property law. He is a member of the Cologne Bar Association, The German Association for the Protection of Industrial Property and Copyright (GRUR), and NRW.uniTS, a network project backed by the Ministry for Innovation, Science and Research of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia. He is a permanent lecturer for the FORUM Institut für Management GmbH in the field of data protection in the pharmaceutical industry and is a trainer in inhouse workshops for the management and specialised employees of his clients. Philip has German nationality and works and communicates fluently in German and English.AbstractLocation-based data for e-Health under the EU GDPRDevices and applications generating or using geographical information are intimately linked to individuals, their whereabout, movements and behavior. E-Health services, wearables, or apps are increasingly coupled with such geolocation data. Both e-Health and geolocation data are highly sensitive with regard to personal data and their combination even increases the sensitivity level. The presentation is intended to shed light on the data protection perspective of providing location-based services in the e-Health sector, namely considering the European GDPR and experiences gained one year after its entry into effect and summarizes the obligations for companies (worldwide) arising from the GDPR in relation to geolocation data linked to health data, including for data processing in the R&D context, user consent, data protection principles and specific compliance obligations, such as impact assessments.