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Could the doctrine of moral rights be used as a basis for understanding the notion of control within data protection law?
This article considers the notion of individual control of personal data as envisaged by the European data protection framework and makes the argument that it is a poorly-understood and under-developed concept, but that ...
Big Data and the Reform of the European Data Protection Framework: : An Overview of Potential Concerns Associated with Proposals for Risk Management-based Approaches to the Concept of Personal Data.
This article considers the emergence of big data and how it poses considerable difficulties for the European Data Protection framework’s key enabling concept: the notion of personal data. The article starts by outlining ...
Systems thinking, big data, and data protection law: Using Ackoff’s Interactive Planning to respond to emergent policy challenges.
This article examines the emergence of big data and how it poses a number of significant novel challenges to the smooth operation of some the European data protection framework’s fundamental tenets. Building on previous ...