Reforming European data protection law

Reforming European data protection law

Reforming European data protection law

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Edition Details

  • Creators or Attribution (Responsibility): Paul de Hert, Leenes, Ronald , Serge Gutwirth
  • Language: English
  • Jurisdiction(s): Germany
  • Publication Information: Dordrecht : Springer, [2015] ©2015
  • Publication Type (Medium): Electronic books
  • Material: Document, Internet resource
  • Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
  • Series title: Law, governance and technology series, volume 20.
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1 online resource.

Purpose and Intended Audience

Useful for students learning an area of law, Reforming European data protection law is also useful for lawyers seeking to apply the law to issues arising in practice.

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Bibliographic information

  • Publisher: Springer
  • Responsable Person: Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul de Hert, editors.
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Country/State: Germany
  • Number of Editions: 10 editions
  • First edition Date: 2014
  • Last edition Date: 2015
  • Languages: English, German
  • Library of Congress Code: KJE6071
  • Dewey Code: 343.40999
  • ISBN: 9789401793858 9401793859 9401793840 9789401793841
  • OCLC: 896116907

Main Contents

Preface; Contents; Contributors; Part I Profiling: A Persistent Core Issue of Data Protection and Privacy; 1 Profiling Technologies and Fundamental Rights and Values: Regulatory Challenges and Perspectives from European Data Protection Authorities; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Profiling: Towards a Definition; 1.3 Societal Consequences of Digitization; 1.4 Profiling as a Threat for Fundamental Rights and Values; 1.4.1 Fundamental Values; 1.4.2 Fundamental Rights; The Right to Privacy and the Right to Data Protection; The Right to Non-discrimination. 1.5 So Far so Good
Regulating Profiling1.6 National Data Protection Authorities' (DPAs) Responses to Profiling Questionnaire; 1.6.1 Findings; Legal Aspects; Domains of Application; Fundamental Rights; Procedure to Complaint; Awareness; 1.7 Conclusions; References; 2 On-line Behavioral Tracking: What May Change After the Legal Reform on Personal Data Protection; 2.1 On-line Behavioral Tracking; 2.1.1 Definition and Today's Trends; 2.1.2 Techniques of Online Tracking; On-line Scrutiny Through Cookies: Are They Always a Threat to Privacy? Javascript2.1.2.3 Stateless Tracking; Supercookies and Evercookies; Location Tracking; Online Social Network Tracking; 2.1.3 Risks of On-line Tracking; 2.2 On-line Tracking Under the Current Data Protection Legal Framework; 2.2.1 Personal Data Protection Directive; 2.2.2 Applicability of the Core Foundations of Personal Data Protection; Purpose Limitation; Data Subject Notice; Proportionality; Obligation to Obtain Prior Consent; Data Destruction/Retention. 2.3 Future Personal Data Protection Framework: How Will It Affect Behavioral On-line Tracking?2.3.1 Scope of Application; 2.3.2 Definitions; 2.3.3 Consent; 2.3.4 Notice; 2.3.5 The Right of Erasure (“Right to Be Forgotten”); 2.3.6 Data Protection “by Design”; 2.3.7 Towards a “Privacy Friendlier” Internet Tracking: The Role of Society, (Social) Media and Education; 2.4 Conclusion; Bibliography; Part II Taming the Future: Assessments of Risks in the Sphere of Privacy and Data Protection; 3 A Systematic Approach to the Legal Evaluation of Security Measures in Public Transportation. 3.1 Introduction3.2 Social and Legal Acceptability of Security Measures; 3.3 The Basic Concepts of Decision Making; 3.4 The Legal Evaluation of Security Measures; 3.4.1 Pre-stage
Identifying Fundamental Legal Provisions; Type and Functions of the Security Measure; Fundamental Legal Provisions; 3.4.2 Stage 1
Deduction of Legal Requirements; 3.4.3 Stage 2
Concretisation into Legal Criteria; 3.4.4 Stage 3
Concretisation into Technical Objectives; 3.4.5 Stage 4
Comparison; 3.4.6 Alternative: Stage 4
Technical Design Proposals; 3.4.7 Example of Use.

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