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Trans-Atlantic data privacy relations as a challenge for democracy

Author: Dan Jerker B Svantesson; Dariusz Kloza
Publisher: Cambridge [England] ; Antwerp [Belgium] ; Portland [Oregon] : Intersentia, [2017] ©2017
Series: European integration and democracy series, v. 4.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
I think you are misunderstanding the perceived problem here, Mr President. No one is saying that you broke any laws. We are just saying it is a little bit weird that you did not have to.' - John Oliver The Daily Show, 10 June 2013 'John Oliver formulated in this context the very question about the limits, about the use and abuse, of the law and of the state's power when it comes to global mass surveillance  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 2016288615
(OCoLC)992488122
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dan Jerker B Svantesson; Dariusz Kloza
ISBN: 9781780685786 1780685785
OCLC Number: 1055679397
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Foreword / Wojciech R. Wiewiórowski --
Preface --
Transnational data privacy in the EU digital single market strategy / Rolf H. Weber --
Principles for US-EU data flow arrangements / Erich Schweighofer --
The role of proportionality in assessing trans-Atlantic flows of personal data / David Lindsay --
US surveillance law, safe harbour and reforms since 2013 / Peter Swire --
The paper shield : on the degree of protection of the EU-US privacy shield against unnecessary or disproportionate data collection by the US intelligence and law enforcement services / Gert Vermeulen --
International data transfers in Brazil / Danilo Doneda --
From ACTA to TTIP : lessons learned on democratic process and balancing of rights / Trisha Meyer and Agnieszka Vetulani-Cęgiel --
Free trade agreements and data privacy : future perils of Faustian bargains / Graham Greenleaf --
Nine takeaways on trade and technology / Marietje Schaake --
Extraterritoriality in the age of the equipment-based society : do we need the 'use of equipment' as a factor for the territorial applicability of the EU data protection regime? / Michał Czerniawski --
Jurisdictional challenges related to DNA data processing in transnational clouds / Heidi Beate Bentzen and Dan Jerker B. Svantesson --
Regulating economic cyber-espionage among states under international law / Maša Kovič Dine --
Terrorism and paedophilia on the internet : a global and balanced cyber-rights response is required to combat cybercrime, not knee-jerk regulation / Felicity Gerry --
Does it matter where you die? : chances of post-mortem privacy in Europe and in the United States / Iván Székely --
The right to be forgotten, from the trans-Atlantic to Japan / Hiroshi Miyashita --
Is the definition of personal data flawed? : hyperlink as personal data (processing) / Jakub Míšek --
Big data and 'personal information' in Australia, the European Union and the United States / Alana Maurushat and David Vaile --
Blending the practices of privacy and information security to navigate contemporary data protection challenges / Stephen Wilson --
It's all about design : an ethical analysis of personal data markets / Sarah Spiekermann --
Evaluation of US and EU data protection policies based on principles drawn from US environmental law / Mary Julia Emanuel --
Flagrant denial of data protection : redefining the adequacy requirement / Els de Busser --
A behavioural alternative to the protection of privacy / Dariusz Kloza --
The future of automated privacy enforcement / Jake Goldenfein --
Moving beyond the special rapporteur on privacy with the establishment of a new, specialised United Nations agency : addressing the deficit in global cooperation for the protection of data privacy / Paul de Hert and Vagelis Papakonstantinou --
Convention 108, a trans-Atlantic DNA? / Sophie Kwasny --
Landscape with the rise of data privacy protection / Dan Jerker B. Svantesson and Dariusz Kloza.
Series Title: European integration and democracy series, v. 4.
Other Titles: Transatlantic data privacy relations as a challenge for democracy
Responsibility: edited by Dan Jerker B. Svantesson, Dariusz Kloza.

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'I think you are misunderstanding the perceived problem here, Mr President. No one is saying that you broke any laws. We are just saying it is a little bit weird that you did not have to.' - John  Read more...

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