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Deep Diving into Data Protection

1979-2019 Celebrating 40 Years of Privacy and Data Protection at the CRIDS

Book | 1st edition 2021 | World | Jean Herveg

This book celebrates the 40th anniversary of the creation of the CRID and the 10th anniversary of its successor, the CRIDS. It gathers twenty-one very high quality contributions on extremely interesting and topical aspects of data protection. The authors come from Europe as well as from the United States of America and Canada. Their contributions have been grouped as follows:
1° ICT Governance;
2° Commodification & Competition;
3° Secret surveillance;
4° Whistleblowing;
5° Social Medias, Web Archiving & Journalism;
6° Automated individual decision-making;
7° Data Security;
8° Privacy by design;
9° Health, AI, Scientific Research & Post-Mortem Privacy.

This book is intended for all academics, researchers, students and practitioners who have an interest in privacy and data protection.

Digital version available on :

  • Strada lex Belgium
  • Strada lex Luxemburg
  • Strada lex Europa

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Type of product Book
Format Paperback
EAN / ISSN 9782807926493 / 9782807933477
Series name Collection du Crids
Weight 746 g
Status Available
Number of pages 480 p.
Access to exercice No
Publisher Larcier
Language English
Publication Date Apr 8, 2021
Available on Jurisquare No
Available on Strada Belgique Yes
Available on Strada Europe Yes
Available on Strada Luxembourg Yes
Table of contents

CHAPTER 1 – ICT Governance
CHAPTER 2 – Commodification and Competition
CHAPTER 3 – Secret surveillance
CHAPTER 4 – Whistleblowing
CHAPTER 5 – Social Medias, Web Archiving & Journalism
CHAPTER 6 – Automated Individual Decision-Making
CHAPTER 7 – Data Security
CHAPTER 8 – Privacy by Design
CHAPTER 9 – Health, AI, Scientific Research & Post-Mortem Privacy
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