The right information, at the right time, for the right user has become the most valuable currency of our times. Yet, traditional view on the use of information is being challenged: never before both businesses and users had to deal with the necessity of processing enormous amounts of data, often either privacy-sensitive or covered by intellectual property rights. The law tries to respond – both domestically and internationally – with new rules and novel applications of traditional rules. This book investigates these rules, their rationales, and consequences.
Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien, 2018., 167 pp.
Protection of non-personal data – Data ownership – Criminal jurisdiction and transnational crime – Identity theft in the
EU and in the US – Wearable technologies – Biometric data – Jurisdiction in data protection law – General Data Protection
Regulation in the context of electronic commerce