2008

Profiling the European Citizen

Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-6913-0 (Print) 978-1-4020-6914-7 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxx

  2. What is Profiling?

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      Pages 16-16

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      General Introduction and Overview

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      Pages 17-45

      Defining Profiling: A New Type of Knowledge?

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      Pages 47-63

      General Description of the Process of Behavioural Profiling

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      Pages 65-87

      The Role of Algorithms in Profiling

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      Pages 89-109

      Behavioural Biometric Profiling and Ambient Intelligence

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      Pages 111-127

      Personalisation and its Influence on Identities, Behaviour and Social Values

  3. Applications of Profiling

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 130-130

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      Pages 131-145

      Biometric Profiling: Opportunities and Risks

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      Pages 147-168

      Profiling and Location-Based Services (LBS)

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      Pages 169-184

      Collecting Data for the Profiling of Web Users

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      Pages 185-200

      User Profiling for Attention Support at School and Work

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      Pages 201-215

      Profiling of Customers and Consumers - Customer Loyalty Programmes and Scoring Practices

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      Pages 217-237

      Profiling in Employment Situations (Fraud)

  4. Profiling, Democracy and Rule of Law

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 240-240

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      Pages 241-270

      Cogitas, Ergo Sum. The Role of Data Protection Law and Non-discrimination Law in Group Profiling in the Private Sector

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      Pages 271-302

      Regulating Profiling in a Democratic Constitutional State

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      Pages 303-343

      Profiling and the Identity of the European Citizen

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      Pages 345-363

      Knowing Me, Knowing You – Profiling, Privacy and the Public Interest

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      Pages 365-368

      Concise Conclusions: Citizens out of Control

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 369-373