Data Protection and Privacy Under Pressure: Transatlantic tensions, EU surveillance, and big data

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Gert Vermeulen, Eva Lievens
Maklu, 4 dec. 2017 - 341 pagina's

Since the Snowden revelations, the adoption in May 2016 of the General Data Protection Regulation and several ground-breaking judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union, data protection and privacy are high on the agenda of policymakers, industries and the legal research community.
Against this backdrop, Data Protection and Privacy under Pressure sheds light on key developments where individuals’ rights to data protection and privacy are at stake. The book discusses the persistent transatlantic tensions around various EU-US data transfer mechanisms and EU jurisdiction claims over non-EU-based companies, both sparked by milestone court cases. Additionally, it scrutinises the expanding control or surveillance mechanisms and interconnection of databases in the areas of migration control, internal security and law enforcement, and oversight thereon. Finally, it explores current and future legal challenges related to big data and automated decision-making in the contexts of policing, pharmaceutics and advertising.

 

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Inhoudsopgave

1 Prologue
13
2 Guide for the reader
14
Underresourced Special Rapporteurs
16
4 The SRP as a critical friend and developer of a common substantive interpretation of the right to privacy in a variety of settings
18
5 Surveillance privacy and international law
19
6 Privacy as a universal enabling right to develop ones personality
36
7 Is privacy like Coke? The cultural flavour of privacy as a universal right
41
8 Epilogue
45
1 Introduction
171
2 European Essential Guarantees
172
3 Provided by law
173
4 Necessity and proportionality
175
5 An independent oversight mechanism
181
6 Effective remedies available to the individual
183
7 The Court of Justice confirms the European essential guarantees
185
8 EPILOGUE
189

9 Selected literature
46
Clear since 911 clearer since Snowden
49
2 Safe Harbour dead
53
3 Long live the Privacy Shield? Tele2 Sverige AB and Digital Rights Ireland respectively La Quadrature du Net and Others v Commission
58
4 Data collection for national security purposes
61
5 Data collection for Law enforcement or public interest purposes
70
6 Conclusion
72
7 Selected Literature
73
1 Introduction
77
2 The extraterritorial reach of the GDPR
78
3 Assessment under public international law
90
4 Conclusion
97
5 Selected Literature
98
1 Introduction
101
Yahoo
104
three alternatives
106
4 Reference for preliminary ruling from the French Council of State
109
The way forward?
111
6 Strengths and weaknesses of a more flexible approach
116
7 Selected Literature
119
1 Introduction
123
An Overview
125
3 The place of onward transfers in EU data protection law
129
The case of onward transfers between public authorities
134
A look at the EUUS Privacy Shield
139
Is there a case for transnational private regulation?
142
7 Selected literature
144
1 Introduction
147
2 A Brief Scope of the EUUS PNR Agreement
150
3 What happens to the PNR data in the US?
151
4 Issues with respect to EU Fundamental Rights of Privacy and Personal Data Protection
153
5 Conclusion
167
6 Selected Literature
168
1 Introduction
193
2 The EU diverse landscape of intelligence oversight
197
3 Proportionality and public trust
209
4 Concluding remarks
211
5 Selected Literature
212
1 Introduction
215
2 Three waves in the evolution of panEuropean immigration databases
218
3 Conclusion
247
4 Selected Literature
248
1 Introduction
254
2 Predictive policing methods
264
3 Review methodology
268
4 Review results
269
5 Discussion conclusions
278
6 Selected Literature
281
Review protocol
289
Review flow diagram
290
Overview of the selected studies with their main characteristics
291
1 Introduction
293
2 Big data developments in the pharmaceutical sector
295
3 Genetics and genomics as new pharmaceutical technologies
296
4 Predictive and personalized medicine
298
5 Risks and challenges in relation to genetic tests
301
6 European Convention on Human Rights and the Oviedo Convention
302
7 UNESCO Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights
305
8 EU data protection law
306
9 Conclusions
309
1 CHILDRENS RIGHTS AND PERSONALISED ADVERTISING
313
2 PERSONALISED ADVERTISING IN THE CURRENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
321
3 SELFREGULATION AND TARGETING CHILDREN WITH PERSONALISED ADVERTISING
331
4 RECONCILING CHILDRENS AND ADVERTISERS BEST INTERESTS
335
5 Selected Literature
337
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Over de auteur (2017)

Gert Vermeulen is full professor of international and European criminal law and director of the Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (IRCP) at Ghent University, and privacy commissioner at the Belgian DPA.
Eva Lievens is assistant professor of law and technology at Ghent University.

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