MUSIC & SURVEILLANCE #9 Painted Caves

Albums titled 'Surveillance' are under the radar of our MUSIC & SURVEILLANCE series for obvious reasons. And If they offer a musically captivating vision of how does it feel to be permanently monitored and put in pieces in large databases, it is particularly urgent to know more about them. Painted Caves is the new project … Continue reading MUSIC & SURVEILLANCE #9 Painted Caves

Reloading Data Protection: Multidisciplinary Insights and Contemporary Challenges

The book 'Reloading Data Protection: Multidisciplinary Insights and Contemporary Challenges', edited by Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes and Paul De Hert is now available from Springer. The book has four sections: first, it reviews developments in data protection in different parts of the world; second, it focuses on the right to be forgotten in a digital … Continue reading Reloading Data Protection: Multidisciplinary Insights and Contemporary Challenges

Free circulating statements: anthropological notes on food-related health claims in the EU

On Tuesday 17 December 2013, LSTS will welcome Kim Hendickx, of the Université de Liège's Spiral Research Group, for a seminar around his work in progress on the subject of "Free circulating statements: anthropological notes on food-related health claims in the EU". The event, organised in the context of VUB's Food Law Hub activities, will take … Continue reading Free circulating statements: anthropological notes on food-related health claims in the EU