2012

European Data Protection: In Good Health?

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ISBN: 978-94-007-2902-5 (Print) 978-94-007-2903-2 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-1

  2. Surveillance, Profiling and Prediction

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      Pages 1-1

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      We Are All Connected to Facebook … by Facebook!

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      Pages 21-33

      Behavioural Tracking on the Internet: A Technical Perspective

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      Pages 35-51

      Privacy for Loan Applicants Versus Predictive Power for Loan Providers: Is It Possible to Bridge the Gap?

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      Pages 53-77

      Cookie Wars: How New Data Profiling and Targeting Techniques Threaten Citizens and Consumers in the “Big Data” Era

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      Pages 79-101

      The Data Mining Balancing Act

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      Pages 103-121

      Managing Suspicion and Privacy in Police Information Systems

  3. Regulation, enforcement and security

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 123-123

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      Pages 125-142

      The Set Up of Data Protection Authorities as a New Regulatory Approach

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      Pages 143-183

      Information Sharing in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice—Towards a Common Standard for Data Exchange Between Agencies and EU Information Systems

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      Pages 185-202

      The Adequacy of an EU-US Partnership

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      Pages 203-232

      Law Enforcement in the Clouds: Is the EU Data Protection Legal Framework up to the Task?

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      Pages 233-247

      Privacy Self-regulation Through Awareness?

  4. Concepts and prospection

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 249-249

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      Pages 251-265

      Privacy Penetration Testing: How to Establish Trust in Your Cloud Provider

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      Pages 267-284

      Review of the Data Protection Directive: Is There Need (and Room) For a New Concept of Personal Data?

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      Pages 285-314

      Towards a European eID Regulatory Framework

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      Pages 315-329

      From the Protection of Data to the Protection of Individuals: Extending the Application of Non-discrimination Principles

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      Pages 331-346

      On the Principle of Privacy by Design and its Limits: Technology, Ethics and the Rule of Law

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      Pages 347-363

      The Right to Forget, the Right to be Forgotten