Dr. Cyril Pernet explaining GDPR for brain imaging research

Dr. Cyril Pernet explaining GDPR for brain imaging research

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In light of the development of GDPR-compliant consent forms and data sharing agreements, and the acceptance of the ‘Open Brain Consent’ paper, Dr. Cyril Pernet discusses the impact of GDPR on our work in an interview with the Organization for Human Brain Mapping.

We are scientists, when we read the GDPR text, we don’t understand the implications. We do not know how judges will interpret the law. This means that we need lawyers to guide us on how to interpret what is written there.

Cyril Pernet

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