Data Subject Rights under the GDPR (inbunden)
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Inbunden (Hardback)
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Engelska
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288
Utgivningsdatum
2021-05-13
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1
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OUP Oxford
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240 x 165 x 24 mm
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599 g
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1
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9780198868422
Data Subject Rights under the GDPR (inbunden)

Data Subject Rights under the GDPR

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To navigate the changing landscape and be able to pursue claims, this book gives practitioners and activists a comprehensive overview of data subject rights. It also provides readers with the historical context and theoretical underpinnings that shaped the introduction of data subject rights.
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Dr. Helena U. Vrabec works as a data protection expert at Palantir Technologies in New York (USA) and is a visiting researcher at eLaw - Center for Law and Digital Technologies at Leiden Law School (The Netherlands). She previously worked as a fellow at Yale Law School, a researcher at Leiden Law School and served as a European Commission ethics expert. Prior to that, she was a privacy adviser for Ernst & Young. Dr. Vrabec holds degrees in law from the University of Ljubljana (SI) and Tilburg University (NL), and a PhD in data protection law from Leiden University (NL).

Innehållsförteckning

1: Introduction 2: Safeguarding individuals in the data-driven economy - EU data protection framework in the Nutshell 3: Control as a central notion in the discussion on data subject rights 4: The right to information 5: The right of access under EU data protection law 6: The right to be forgotten 7: Data portability as a data subject right 8: Data subject rights in relation to profiling 9: Conclusions: striving for data subject control within and beyond data subject rights Bibliography