The book explores the social, political, and legal implications of the collection and use of personal information in computer databases.
This report aims to raise the awareness of the general audience and serve as a resource to policy shapers and practitioners in the public and private sectors to help frame the debate around data.
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 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 Study discusses the concept of “European Digital Sovereignty”, opportunities opened by the concept but also the risks and pitfalls.