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The Boundaries of Data

March 15, 2024 | Hardcover
ISBN: 9789463729192
$191.95
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Description

The legal domain distinguishes between different types of data and attaches a different level of protection to each of them. Thus, non-personal data are left largely unregulated, while privacy and data protection rules apply to personal data or personal information. There are stricter rules for processing sensitive personal data than for 'ordinary' personal data, and metadata or communications data are regulated differently than content communications data. Technological developments challenge these legal categorisations on at least three fronts: First, the lines between the categories are becoming harder to draw and more fluid. Second, working with various categories of data works well when the category a datum or dataset falls into is relatively stable. However, this is less and less so. Third, scholars increasingly question the rationale behind the various legal categorisations. This book assesses to what extent either of these strategies is feasible and to what extent alternative approaches could be developed by combining insights from three fields: technology, practice and law.

About this Author

Bart van der Sloot is associate professor specialising in tech and privacy at Tilburg University. He was inter alia a co-author to the WRR Big Data Study and the WODC research into Big Data and procedural law for the 21st Century. Bart has won three prestigious prices and grants: the NWO Top Talent Grant, the NWO Veni Grant and the KNAW Early Career Award. Sascha van Schendel is a post-doctoral researcher in the field of AI and the rights to data protection and non-discrimination at Tilburg University. She was inter alia a co-author to the WRR Big Data Study and the WODC research into Big Data and procedural law for the 21st Century and has many other data protection publications to her name.

ISBN: 9789463729192
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 332
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Published: 2024-03-15

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