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In this tenth article in our series on "Big Data & Issues & Opportunities", we address various legal issues and opportunities that one may encounter when using open data for big data technologies.
In this seventeenth article in our series on "Big Data & Issues & Opportunities", we look into the social and ethical aspects of privacy, with a particular focus on transparency, consent and control, and personal data ...
In this seventh article in our series on "Big Data & Issues & Opportunities", we focus on the free flow of data in the context of big data processing. Where relevant, illustrations from the transport sector will be ...
In this sixth article of our "Big Data & Issues & Opportunities" series (see our previous article here), we look into the possible use of personal data as counter-performance in the context of supply of digital content ...
In this fourteenth article in our series on "Big Data & Issues & Opportunities", we will focus on the impact of big data on different aspects of EU competition law and seek to create more clarity on when and how the ...
This sixteenth article will delve into a particular social and ethical issue that may materialise in a big data context, namely (data-driven) discrimination.
When big data technologies were first being developed, they were mainly deployed in the sphere of marketing.
In the context of the digital economy, data is often referred to as the new fuel driving the economy. This comparison has its origin in the title of a May 2017 report by The Economist entitled "The world's most valuable ...
In July 2020 the CJEU Schrems II judgment invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield under the provisions of EU data protection law governing transfers of data to third countries.
On 14 April 2019 the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy launched a public consultation of its proposal to amend the Dutch Telecommunications Act (DTA).