- Publication frequency quarterly
- approx. 100 pages
- ISSN 2364-2831
- eISSN 2364-284X
- Language: English
EDPL 3/2023 – Privacy and Data Protection Law 10 Years from Now
To celebrate the 5-year anniversary of the GDPR, the latest issue of the European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL) is looking ahead – to the future of privacy and data protection law. The articles and opinions in EDPL 3/2023 are dedicated to this theme. Leading experts share their views how the rapid technological and societal developments will affect privacy, which fundamental concepts and aims of the current laws should be revised, and which regulatory approach should be adopted. Read the articles on:
- Resolving the Conflict Between Trade and Data Protection Law
- Two Necessary Approaches to a Privacy-Friendly 2033
- A Theory of EU Data Protection Law
- Recalibrating the Data Economy: Towards a System of Access and Benefit Sharing
It is an honour to feature opinions by Anu Talus, Chair of the EDPB, about the GDPR at Five (and Beyond) and by Maja Brkan, Judge at the General Court, on Artificial Intelligence and Judicial Decision-Making.
As always, in the journal you can find informative country reports from:
- France ∙ Google’s Compliance with Injunctions on Cookie Banners
- Germany ∙ Data Retention Law Nullified, Again
- Italy ∙ Vaccine Booking Procedure
- Norway ∙ DPA Blocks Personalised Advertising on Facebook and Instagram
The case notes in EDPL 3/2023 offer analysis of:
Completing the issue is the book review of Suzanne Vergnolle’s L’effectivité de la protection des personnes par le droit des données à caractère personnel.
View all articles from the latest issue of EDPL here.
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