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A timely and innovative examination of the EU data protection regime, this book challenges existing assumptions about data protection and expounds a clear vision for the future of this crucial and contentious area of law.
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Nearly two decades after the EU first enacted data protection rules, key questions about the nature and scope of this EU policy, and the harms it seeks to prevent, remain unanswered. The inclusion of a Right to Data Protection in the EU Charter ha...
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Merlin Gmann, Common Market Law Review The ideas presented in this concise and thoughtfully structured book lay a strong groundwork for the normative understanding of European data protection law, a subject frequently described as difficult to grasp but all the more relevant to current and future societies and legislation.
Herke Kranenborg, International Data Privacy Law This is a book certainly worth reading for everyone interested in a more fundamental analysis of the right to data protection in the European Union (EU). It is impressive how Lynskey manages to present her analysis of the subject, which is widely acknowledged as complicated, in such an accessible manner. She is not afraid of addressing difficult questions which other data protection scholars may raise but ultimately leave unresolved, to be reflected upon later.
Orla Lynskey is a Lecturer in Law at the London School of Economics where she teaches in the fields of Digital Rights, Internet Law and Competition Law.
PART I: CONCEPTUALISING EU DATA PROTECTION LAW ; 1. Introduction ; 2. Characteristics of the EU Regime ; 3. The Dual Objectives of Data Protection Regulation ; 4. The Link Between Privacy and Data Protection ; PART II: 'INDIVIDUAL CONTROL': DATA PROTECTION'S UNSTATED OBJECTIVE ; 5. Reconciling Data Protection with Other Rights and Interests ; 6. The Role of Individual Control Over Personal Data ; 7. The Limits of Control ; 8. Conclusions and Future Prospects