The study finds that while the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) lays down horizontal directly applicable rules in all Member States, there remains variation in the range of national-level legislation linked to its implementation in the area of health.
This paper approaches data portability from a privacy and data protection perspective, noting there may be flow-on effects on competition and benefits for consumers resulting from a data portability implementation.
This paper outlines privacy and data protection concerns of this tracking, profiling and targeting ecosystem that can also be used beyond digital advertising to seek to manipulate the opinion forming process, and there are significant concerns about the consequences of this ecosystem for democracy.
This project is a research and advocacy initiative launched by BEUC and aimed at addressing the issues that plague the digital consumers of today and undermine the digital society as a whole.
This EPRS in-depth analysis reviews and assesses trade dealings, adequacy challenges and transfer instruments under the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
This study reviews the main legal and regulatory challenges associated with online platform (OP) operations and analyses the incentives for OPs, their users and third parties to detect and remove illegal or harmful and dangerous material, content and/or products.
This report, building on the basic pseudonymisation techniques, examines advanced solutions for more complex scenarios that can be based on asymmetric encryption, ring signatures and group pseudonyms, chaining mode, pseudonyms based on multiple identifiers, pseudonyms with proof of knowledge and secure multi-party computation. It then applies some of these techniques in the area of healthcare […]