An organisation using personal data should document its data governance processes to maintain and demonstrate compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As processes evolve, their documentation should reflect these changes with an assessment showing ongoing compliance. Through this paper, we show how semantic representations of processes are useful towards maintaining ongoing GDPR compliance by using a test-driven approach that generates and checks constraints for adherence to GDPR requirements.
Semantic interoperability in the transportation sector is one of the European Commission challenges: establishing an interoperability framework enables European transport industry players to make their business applications ‘interoperate’ and provides the travelers with a new seamless travel experience, accessing a complete multimodal travel offer which connects the first and last mile to long distance journeys.
Legal information is important in our everyday life and therefore should be easily accessible for all citizens. Unfortunately, at the current state access to legal information is not always easily possible and even with the existence of public legal databases the search process can be tedious and time consuming. We are convinced that a legal knowledge graph containing legal information in a graph instead of raw text increases the accessibility of legal information for all citizens on different scales, from state/ federal laws and judgments to European legislation and judgments.