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Call for Papers Young Scholars Award 2022
Have you written your thesis about data protection law? Or are you currently working on it?
Submit a shortened article based on it to our 6th annual EDPL Young Scholars Award, and we are going to publish the 5 best ones in the first issue of the European Data Protection Law Review in 2022!
Have a look at all information here.
EDPL 2/21 Out Now
Issue 2/2021 of the European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL) is now available.
The articles section of EDPL 1/2021 offers in-depth analyses on a variety of topics including , Regulating Automated Decision-Making: An Analysis of Control over Processing and Additional Safeguards in Article 22 of the GDPR, Transparency and Consent in Data-Driven Smart Environments,
The reports section includes the following contributions:
- Recent Developments and Overview of the Country and Practitioner’s Reports
- European Union ∙ EDPB Issues Guidance on Personal Data Transfers Based on Adequacy Decisions in the Context of the Law Enforcement Directive
- European Union ∙ First of Many? First GDPR Transnational Code of Conduct Officially Approved After EDPB Opinions 16/2021 and 17/2021
- Council of Europe ∙ The Council of Europe’s Tromsø Convention on Access to Official Documents
- Spain ∙ GDPR ‘Glasnost’: The Spanish AEPD Raises the Transparency Bar and Sanctions Two Banks
- The Netherlands ∙ Administrative Court Judgment on the Interpretation of Commercial Interests as Legitimate Interests
- Italy ∙ Supreme Court of Cassation on Automated Decision Making: Invalid Consent if an Algorithm is Not Transparent
- Germany ∙ New Act on Privacy and Electronic Communications
- Ireland ∙ Data Protection Implications of Data-driven Measures Adopted in Ireland at the Outset of the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Czech Republic ∙ The EU Whistleblowing Directive and its implementation in the Czech Republic: Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Challenges in Whistleblower Protection
- Practitioners’ Corner ∙ Anonymisation and Re-Identification Risk for Voice Data
- Practitioners’ Corner ∙ Administrative Fines for Infringement of Information Duties:Aggravating and Mitigating Factors in Light of Data Subjects’ Indifference
The issue also includes following Case Notes
- The Meaning of Article 267 TFEU to the GDPR’s Concept of a ‘Controller’
- Adding and Removing Elements of the Proportionality and Necessity Test to Achieve Desired Outcomes
- The Grand Chamber might Set Back the Clock in Mass Surveillance Cases
- A Right of Access to State-held Information Concerning the Education and Work History of (Elected) Candidates for Parliament
- Heavy Financial Sanctions and Missed Opportunity to Clarify the Importance of Data Protection Rules in the Law Enforcement Context
View all articles of EDPL 2/2021 HERE.
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