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Data Protection on the Move: Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection

Edited by: Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes, Paul De Hert

ISBN13: 9789401773751
Published: January 2016
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £97.00



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This volume brings together papers that offer methodologies, conceptual analyses, highlight issues, propose solutions, and discuss practices regarding privacy and data protection. It is one of the results of the eight annual International Conference on Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection, CPDP 2015, held in Brussels January 2015.

The book explores core concepts, rights and values in (upcoming) data protection regulation and their (in)adequacy in view of developments such as Big and Open Data, including the right to be forgotten, metadata, and anonymity. It discusses privacy promoting methods and tools such as a formal systems modeling methodology, privacy by design in various forms (robotics, anonymous payment), the opportunities and burdens of privacy self management, the differentiating role privacy can play in innovation. The book also discusses EU policies with respect to Big and Open Data and provides advice to policy makers regarding these topics.

Also attention is being paid to regulation and its effects, for instance in case of the so-called ‘EU-cookie law’ and groundbreaking cases, such as Europe v. Facebook.

This interdisciplinary book was written during what may turn out to be the final stages of the process of the fundamental revision of the current EU data protection law by the Data Protection Package proposed by the European Commission. It discusses open issues and daring and prospective approaches. It will serve as an insightful resource for readers with an interest in privacy and data protection.

Subjects:
Data Protection
Contents:
Foreword
About the authors
1. Mind the air gap Preventing privacy issues in robotics
Bibi van den Berg
2. Europe v. Facebook: An Imbroglio of EU Data Protection Issues
Liana Colonna
3. The Context-Dependence of Citizens' Attitudes and Preferences Regarding Privacy and Security
Michael Friedewald, Marc van Lieshout, Sven Rung and Merel Ooms
4. On Locational Privacy in the Absence of Anonymous Payments
Tilman Frosch, Sven Schage, Martin Goll and Thorsten Holz
5. Development towards a Learning Healthcare System - Experiences with the privacy protection framework of the TRANSFoRm project
Wolfgang Kuchinke, Christian Ohmann, Robert Verheij, Evert-Ben van Veen and Brendan Delaney
6. Could the CE Marking be relevant to enforce privacy by design in the Internet of things?
Eric Lachaud
7. Big data in governmental ICT policies: a comparison between the EU and the US
Hans Lammerant and Paul De Hert
8. Privacy and innovation: from disruption to opportunities
Marc Van Lieshout
9. Behavioural advertising and the new 'EU cookie law' as a victim of business resistance and a lack of official determination
Christiana Markou
10. Forget about Being Forgotten: From the Right to Oblivion to the Right of Reply
Yod-Samuel Martin and Jose M. Del Alamo
11. Do-It-Yourself Data Protection - Empowerment or Burden?
Tobias Matzner, Philipp Masur, Carsten Ochs and Thilo von Pape
12. Privacy Failures as Systems Failures: A Privacy-Specific Formal System Model - A Systemic and Multi-Perspective Approach
Anthony Morton
13. A Precautionary Approach to Big Data Privacy
Arvind Narayanan, Joanna Huey and Edward W. Felten
14. The Impact of Domestic Robots on Privacy & Data Protection, and the Troubles with Legal Regulation by Design
Ugo Pagallo
15. Is the human rights framework still fit for the Big Data era? A discussion of the ECtHR's case law on privacy violations arising from surveillance activities
Bart Van Der Sloot
16. Metadata, traffic data, communications data, service use information... What is the difference? Does the difference matter? An interdisciplinary view from the UK
Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Evangelia Papadaki, and Tim Chown
17. Global Views on Internet Jurisdiction and Trans-Border Access
Cristos Velasco, Julia Hornle and Anna-Maria Osula.