A data protection layer for the Internet protocol model

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an example of “technologically neutral” law – the idea that laws that regulate technology should not mandate specific technologies as this will lead to loopholes or the laws becoming quickly out of date. But another way to ensure that systems do not become out of date is to […]

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Data portability for researchers

Data protection law has suddenly become a very popular topic with the advent of the new GDPR. One interesting aspect of the GDPR is that it introduces a new data subject right, the right to data portability (Article 20), which allows data subjects to request the personal data that they have provided to a data […]

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Reproducible notebooks for exercising GDPR data rights

The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) strengthens data subject rights over personal data, such as the rights to access, erase, rectify personal data, or to obtain data from a data controller in a portable format to transfer to a different data controller. But these rights are only effective if they are exercised, that […]

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