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Reforming European Data Protection Law

Ingenaaid Engels 2014 9789401793841
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This book on privacy and data protection offers readers conceptual analysis as well as thoughtful discussion of issues, practices, and solutions. It features results of the seventh annual International Conference on Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection, CPDP 2014, held in Brussels January 2014.
The book first examines profiling, a persistent core issue of data protection and privacy. It covers the emergence of profiling technologies, on-line behavioral tracking, and the impact of profiling on fundamental rights and values. Next, the book looks at preventing privacy risks and harms through impact assessments. It contains discussions on the tools and methodologies for impact assessments as well as case studies.
The book then goes on to cover the purported trade-off between privacy and security, ways to support privacy and data protection, and the controversial right to be forgotten, which offers individuals a means to oppose the often persistent digital memory of the web.
Written during the process of the fundamental revision of the current EU data protection law by the Data Protection Package proposed by the European Commission, this interdisciplinary book presents both daring and prospective approaches. It will serve as an insightful resource for readers with an interest in privacy and data protection.


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Over Serge Gutwirth

Serge Gutwirth is Professor of Human Rights, Comparative Law and Legal Theory and Co-Director of the Law, Science, Technology & Society Research Group, Vrije Universiteit Brussel.

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Over Ronald Leenes

Ronald Leenes is full professor in regulation by technology at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), Tilburg University, the Netherlands and TILT director. His primary research interests are techno-regulation, conceptual issues with respect to privacy, data protection in practice, data analytics, robotics and human enhancement. Currently his work focuses on accountability and transparency in Big Data and the Cloud and on regulatory failure in technology regulation. He was responsible for TILT's research in several EU projects, such as PRIME, PRIMELIFE, ENDORSE, Robolaw and A4Cloud and has contributed extensively to NoE FIDIS.

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Over Paul De Hert

Paul De Hert is Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law and Criminology of Vrije Universiteit Brussel. He is the Director of the research group on Fundamental Rights and Constitutionalism and senior member of the research group on Law, Science, Technology & Society. He is also associated-professor Law and Technology at the Tilburg Institute for Law and Technology and Co-Director of the Brussels Privacy Hub.

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Foreword; Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes and Paul De Hert.- I. Profiling: a persistent core issue of data protection and privacy.- 1. The emergence of profiling technologies and its impact on Fundamental Rights and Values.; Francesca Bosco, Niklas Creemers, Valeria Ferraris, Daniel Guagnin and Bert-Jaap Koops.- 2. On-line behavioral tracking: what may change after the legal reform on personal data protection; Georgia Skouma and Laura Leonard.- II. Taming the future : assessments and evaluations of risks in the sphere of privacy and data protection.- 3. A systematic approach to the legal evaluation of security measures in public transportation; Christian Ludwig Geminn and Alexander Rossnagel.- 4. Models and tools for the computational support of technology impact assessments, applied in the context of mass transportation; Ronald Grau.- 5. Impact Assessment as negotiated knowledge; Leon Hempel and Hans Lammerant.- 6. Data Processing in Employment Relations; Impacts of the European General Data Protection Regulation focusing on the Data Protection Officer at the worksite; Clara Fritsch.- III. To forget or not to forget? Or is the question: how to forget?.- 7. Timing the Right to Be Forgotten. A study into "time" as a factor in deciding about retention or erasure of data; Paulan Korenhof, Jef Ausloos, Ivan Szekely, Meg Ambrose, Giovanni Sartor, Ronald Leenes.- 8. Ten Reasons Why the `Right to be Forgotten' should be Forgotten; Christiana Markou.- 9. Tracing the right to be forgotten in the short history of data protection law: The "new clothes" of an old right; Gabriela Zanfir.- IV. Does it take two to tango: Privacy and security?.- 10. Privacy versus security: problems and possibilities for the trade-off model; Govert Valkenburg.- 11. Privacy and security - on the evolution of a European conflict; ; Matthias Leese.- V. Designing and supporting privacy and data protection.- 12. Evolving FIPPs: Privacy by Design Not Privacy Paternalism; Ann Cavoukian.- 13. Evolution or revolution? Steps forward to a new generation of data protection regulation; Attila Kiss and Gergely Laszlo Szoeke.- 14. Do People Know about Privacy and Data Protection Strategies? Towards the "Online Privacy Literacy Scale" (OPLIS); Sabine Trepte et al.- 15. LEAP: The LEAP Encryption Access Project; Elijah Sparrow and Harry Halpin.- 16. Enabling Privacy by Design in Medical Records Sharing; Jovan Stevovic, Eleonora Bassi, Alessio Giori, Fabio Casati and Giampaolo Armellin.

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