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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 ...
Post-mortem social media: law and Facebook after death
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017-06)
Interpretation of TRIPS Provisions in a Manner Consistent with Human Rights Instruments: A Policy Option for the Exploration of South-South Judicial Cooperation
The rigid interface between the enforcement provisions of patents under TRIPS standards and the institutional, technical and human resource capacity deficiencies means that political decisions to exploit the TRIPS flexibilities ...
The international Trojan Horse – investor to state dispute settlements and the spill over effects for the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC)
There is a great deal of uncertainty in the realm of international intellectual property law, with the EU and the US negotiating the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a trade agreement that aims to ...
Post-mortem Privacy 2.0: Theory, law and technology
This paper builds on the general survey of post-mortem privacy set out in the author’s earlier work. The concept of post-mortem privacy is further developed both at a theoretical level (underpinned by theories of autonomy) ...
UK Shareholder Voting on Director's Remuneration: Has Binding Vote Made any Difference?
Directors’ remuneration has been a contentious issue in the UK since the early 1990s. The Companies Act 2006 gives the shareholders voting rights and highlights the shareholders as responsible for monitoring and curbing ...