- Publication frequency quarterly
- approx. 100 pages
- ISSN 2364-2831
- Language English
Issue 1/2019 – Eventful Start of 2019 for Data Protection Law in Europe and Beyond
The world of data protection law is buzzing with activity as the reader of the new issue 1/2019 of the European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL) can clearly observe. The latest edition of the journal covers a wide range of highly interesting analyses from Europe and beyond. We offer a strong international angle – with articles and reports on US, Japanese and Chinese developments and their link to the EU. Read a timely assessment of the recent CNIL fine on Google LLC, case notes on AG Szpunar’s opinion in C-507/17 Google LLC v CNIL, on C-207/16 Ministerio Fiscal and the ECtHR’s Ben Faiza ruling.
The articles in EDPL 1/2019 cover an array of topics including: adequacy findings for third countries that have ratified Convention 108, the alternative interpretation of right to be forgotten in Japan, and the data protection exemption for immigration purposes under the European Convention on Human Rights.
View the whole content of EDPL 1/2019: HERE.
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