xxiii, 334 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
9789048188642 hardback 9048188644 hardback
Conference proceedings. "The chapters of this volume were all presented at the second Conference on Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP2009) held in Brussels in January 2009"--P.  of cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
About the e-privacy directive: towards a third generation of data protection legislation? / Yves Poullet Some caveats on profiling / Serge Gutwirth and Mireille Hildebrandt Levelling up: data privacy and the European Court of Human Rights / Gordon Nardell QC Responding to the inevitable outcomes of profiling: recent lessons from consumer financial markets, and beyond / Tal Zarsky Emerging European Union security breach legal framework: the 2002/58 ePrivacy directive and beyond / Rosa Barcelo and Peter Traung From unsolicited communications to unsolicited adjustments / Gloria González Fuster, Serge Gutwirth and Paul de Hert Facebook and risks of "de-contextualization" of information / Franck Dumortier Surveillance in Germany: strategies and counterstrategies / Gerrit Hormung, Ralf Bendrath and Andreas Pfitzmann Verifiability of electronic voting: between confidence and trust / Wolter Pieters Electronic voting in Germany / Melanie Volkamer New Council decision strengthening the role of Eurojust: does it also strengthen data protection at Eurojust? / Diana Alonso Blas Case of the 2008 German-US agreement on data exchange: an opportunity to reshape power relations? / Rocco Bellamova DNA data exchange: Germany flexed its muscle / Sylvia Kierkegaard Information privacy in Europe from a TA perspective / Walter Peissl Privacy and security: a brief synopsis of the results of the European TA-Project PRISE / Johann Čas Role of private lawyers in the data protection world / Christopher Kuner Transfer and monitoring: two key words in the current data protection private practice: a legal practitioner's view / Tanguy van Overstraeten, Sylvie Rousseau and Guillaume Couneson Architecture is politics: security and privacy issues in transport and beyond / Bart Jacobs PET's in the surveillance society: a critical review of the potentials and limitations of the privacy as confidentiality paradigm / Seda Gürses and Bettina Berendt Privacy by design: a matter of choice / Daniel le Métayer.