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In a funny and innovative way citizens are reminded to pay attention before sharing private information on Internet
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In a funny and innovative way citizens are reminded to pay attention before sharing private information on Internet
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Report/Study Technology-induced challenges in Privacy & Data Protection in Europe
The ENISA Working Group on Privacy & Technology has been established to analyse the problems posed by these technology trends and the implications for the current EU legal framework. The main task of the Working Group is to propose actions to cope with these difficulties. In this report, we identify the main technology-induced gaps between data protection regulation and the realities of the developing socio-economic environment. We consider the potential threats and opportunities presented by state-of-the-art technologies and suggest priorities for tackling the most pressing gaps.
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Report/Study Technology-induced challenges in Privacy & Data Protection in Europe [French Version]
In this page you will find the French version of the report.
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Report/Study Technology-induced challenges in Privacy & Data Protection in Europe [Spanish Version]
In this page you will find the Spanish version of the report.
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Report/Study Technology-induced challenges in Privacy & Data Protection in Europe [German Version]
In this page you will find the German version of the report.
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Report/Study Study on data collection and storage in the EU
Given the clear contrast between the importance of the privacy by design principle on the one hand, and the reality of lax data protection practices with many online service providers on the other hand, the aim of this study is to present an analysis of the relevant legal framework of European Member States on the principles of minimal disclosure and the minimum duration of the storage of personal data. The study is not intended to go too deep into the details of the legal complexities of the data protection legislation. It rather focuses on a limited number of relevant use cases and tries to find out how the aforementioned principles are expressed in concrete legal or regulatory provisions applicable to these cases, and how they are observed in practice.
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Report/Study Data breach notifications in the EU
The introduction of a European data breach notification requirement for the electronic communication sector introduced in the review of the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC) is an important development with a potential to increase the level of data security in Europe and foster reassurance amongst citizens on how their personal data is being secured and protected by electronic communication sector operators. Against this background, ENISA reviewed the current situation in order to develop a consistent set of guidelines addressing the technical implementation measures and the procedures, as described by Article 4 of the reviewed Directive 2002/58/EC.
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Report/Study On the security, privacy and usability of online seals
This report analyses the conditions under which online security and privacy seals (OSPS) can be deployed to support users to make an informed trust decision about Web services and their providers with respect to the provided security and privacy. This report is motivated by the numerous policy documents, that mention marks, seals, logos, icons, (collectively referred as OSPS) as a mean enabling users to judge on the trustworthiness of services offered on the Web.
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Report/Study Privacy, Accountability and Trust – Challenges and Opportunities
In the study, we focus on some of the available technologies and research results addressing privacy and data protection and topics related to, or influencing privacy, such as consent, accountability, trust, tracking and profiling. The objective is to provide a comprehensive and realistic view of both limitations generated and possibilities provided by technologies in the case of personal data protection rights.
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