'Corporate transparency is crucial, but it must also become more meaningful' is the title of a contribution by LSTS members Paul De Hert and Dariusz Kloza to the blog of The Privacy Surgeon, where they outline the growing trend to transparency and argue why such information must move from being merely “available” to being “meaningful”. … Continue reading LSTS at The Privacy Surgeon on corporate transparency
Following last year's revelations, Edward Snowden seems to be trapped in a role ironically reminiscent of another famous character – George Orwell's Big Brother. Read the full text on 'Edward Snowden: the last Big Brother?', by Gloria González Fuster and Rocco Bellanova, at Opendemocracy.net's 'Joining the dots on state surveillance in Europe' series.
The book 'The Emergence of Personal Data Protection as a Fundamental Right of the EU', by LSTS researcher Gloria González Fuster, has been published by Springer. The work explores the coming into being in European Union (EU) law of the fundamental right to personal data protection. Approaching legal evolution through the lens of law as … Continue reading The Emergence of Personal Data Protection as a Fundamental Right of the EU
The edited volume Histories of State Surveillance in Europe and Beyond which is co-edited by LSTS researcher Rosamunde van Brakel is out now with Routledge! The volume includes chapters by LSTS researchers Rosamunde van Brakel on 'The emergence of identity cards in Belgium and its colonies' and Lucas Melgaço on 'Brazilian universities under surveillance: Information control … Continue reading Histories of State Surveillance in Europe and Beyond