2010

Data Protection in a Profiled World

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ISBN: 978-90-481-8864-2 (Print) 978-90-481-8865-9 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-22

  2. GENERIC ISSUES

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-30

      About the E-Privacy Directive: Towards a Third Generation of Data Protection Legislation?

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      Pages 31-41

      Some Caveats on Profiling

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      Pages 43-52

      Levelling up: Data Privacy and the European Court of Human Rights

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      Pages 53-74

      Responding to the Inevitable Outcomes of Profiling: Recent Lessons from Consumer Financial Markets, and Beyond

  3. SPECIFIC ISSUES : SECURITY BREACHES, UNSOLICITED ADJUSTMENTS, FACEBOOK, SURVEILLANCE AND ELECTRONIC VOTING

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 75-75

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      Pages 77-104

      The Emerging European Union Security Breach Legal Framework: The 2002/58 ePrivacy Directive and Beyond

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      Pages 105-117

      From Unsolicited Communications to Unsolicited Adjustments

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      Pages 119-137

      Facebook and Risks of “De-contextualization” of Information

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      Pages 139-156

      Surveillance in Germany: Strategies and Counterstrategies

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      Pages 157-175

      Verifiability of Electronic Voting: Between Confidence and Trust

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      Pages 177-189

      Electronic Voting in Germany

  4. THIRD PILLAR ISSUES

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 191-191

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      Pages 193-210

      The New Council Decision Strengthening the Role of Eurojust: Does It also Strengthen Data Protection at Eurojust?

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      Pages 211-226

      The Case of the 2008 German–US Agreement on Data Exchange: An Opportunity to Reshape Power Relations?

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      Pages 227-243

      DNA Data Exchange: Germany Flexed Its Muscle

  5. TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT VIEWS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 245-245

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      Pages 247-256

      Information Privacy in Europe from a TA Perspective

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      Pages 257-262

      Privacy and Security: A Brief Synopsis of the Results of the European TA-Project PRISE

  6. LEGAL PRACTITIONER’S VIEWS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 263-263

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      Pages 265-270

      The Role of Private Lawyers in the Data Protection World

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      Pages 271-286

      Transfer and Monitoring: Two Key Words in the Current Data Protection Private Practice: A Legal Practitioner’s View

  7. TECHNOLOGIST’S VIEWS

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 287-287

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      Pages 289-299

      Architecture Is Politics: Security and Privacy Issues in Transport and Beyond

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      Pages 301-321

      PETs in the Surveillance Society: A Critical Review of the Potentials and Limitations of the Privacy as Confidentiality Paradigm

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      Pages 323-334

      Privacy by Design: A Matter of Choice