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Report/Study The right to be forgotten - between expectations and practice
The right to be forgotten is included in the proposed regulation on data protection published by the European Commission in January 2012. The regulation is still to be adopted by the European Parliament for entering into force. The different legal aspects of the right to be forgotten (i.e. right to erasure or right to oblivion) have been debated in different contexts and are beyond the scope of this paper. With this paper we aim to cover other facets of the right to be forgotten. We focus on the technical means to enforce or support the right in information systems; as can be seen from this paper, there are technical limitations and there is a further need for clear definitions and legal clarifications.
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Is e-data the new currency? New ENISA report looks at privacy and tracking
Internet users are increasingly tracked and profiled, with personal data being treated as currency in exchange for services. A gap exists between the legal requirements for personal data protection and the practice in the online environment.
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Report/Study Privacy considerations of online behavioural tracking
Internet users are being increasingly tracked and profiled and their personal data are extensively used as currency in exchange for services. It is important that this new reality is better understood by all stakeholders if we are to be able to support and respect the right for privacy.
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ENISA Video File ECSM video clip (long version)
In a funny and innovative way citizens are reminded to pay attention before sharing private information on Internet
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Annual Privacy Forum
On 10th and 11th of October 2012 ENISA is organising in collaboration with DG INFSO and University of Cyprus the Annual Privacy Forum 2012 (APF’2012) www.privacyforum.eu
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File Monetizing Privacy
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File PDF document Collecting users information – the value of privacy
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File PDF document “Ιδιωτικότητα” – ένα θεμελιώδες δικαίωμα – μεταξύ οικονομίας και πρακτικής.
Ιδιωτικότητα και οικονομία της ιδιωτικότητας
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File La vie privée - un droit fondamental: entre réalité économique et usages. L’ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency) publie deux nouveaux rapports concernant les aspects économiques de la vie privée et des études de cas sur les pratique
Deux nouveaux rapports de recommandations sur la protection des données personnelles.
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File Das Grundrecht auf Datenschutz zwischen Wirtschaft und Wirklichkeit. Die ENISA veröffentlicht zwei neue Berichte zur Ökonomie der Privatsphäre und Fallstudien zur Online-Praxis beim Sammeln und Speichern von Daten in der EU
Die ENISA veröffentlicht zwei Berichte mit Empfehlungen zum Schutz von persönlichem Daten Datenschutz wird in der EU als Grundrecht anerkannt, aber wie verhält es sich mit der ökonomischen Wirklichkeit? Sind Online-Nutzer dazu bereit für Datenschutz zu bezahlen? Schätzen Einzelpersonen den Schutz ihrer privaten Daten hoch genug, um mehr für Serviceanbieter zu zahlen, die sorgsamer mit ihren Daten umgehen? Die „Study on monetising privacy – An economic model for pricing personal information“ („Studie zur Monetisierung des Datenschutzes – Ein ökonomisches Modell zur Bewertung persönlicher Information“) schlägt einen Bogen zwischen den Faktoren Personalisierung, Datenschutzbedenken und Wettbewerb zwischen Online-Anbietern.
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