The Brussels Privacy Hub Working Papers are intended to circulate research in progress for comment and discussion. The Working Papers focus on all areas of data protection and privacy research and can contain empirical research on privacy issues and analytical work on privacy governance and regulation in the EU; global flows of data; reconciling law enforcement and privacy interests; privacy challenges posed by new technologies; comparative research on privacy in different regions; jurisprudential issues of privacy protection; and many others.
Editorial Board: Paul De Hert, Christopher Kuner and Gloria González Fuster.
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N°23 Logic and Key Points of China’s Cybersecurity Review Measures (June 2020) by Yanqing Hong, Senior Fellow, Law and Development Institute, Peking University of China, Edited by Vagelis Papakonstantinou, Brussels Privacy Hub (9 pages)
N°21 Article 8 ECHR compliant and foreseeable surveillance: the ECtHR’s expanded legality requirement copied by the CJEU. A discussion of European surveillance case law (April 2020) by Paul De Hert & Gianclaudio Malgieri (42 pages)
N°20 The Proposed ePrivacy Regulation: The Commission’s and the Parliament’s Drafts at a Crossroads? (March 2020) by Elena Gil González, Paul De Hert & Vagelis Papakonstantinou
N°19 Access to the Internet in the EU: a policy priority, a fundamental, a human right or a concern for eGovernment? (February 2020) by Lina Jasmontaite and Paul de Hert (23 pages)
BPH hosts regular workshops, conferences and seminars on various pertinent privacy and data protection issues. These summaries provide the opportunity to those who did not attend to be informed of the key points of discussion:
Mapping EU cybersecurity law and its future challenges (11 October 2019)
20 years in 10 questions (14 May 2019)
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