My review of the book La vie privée à l’heure de la société du numérique by Yves Poullet for the European Data Protection Law (EDPL) Review has been published – details here.
The paper ‘Cross-border Access to E-Evidence: Framing the Evidence‘ (Gloria González Fuster and Sergi Vázquez Maymir) has now been published at the CEPS Paper in Liberty and Security series, and is available to download.
The book The Ethics of Cybersecurity, edited by Cybersecurity Regulation in the European Union: The Digital, the Critical and Fundamental Rights‘ (Gloria González Fuster and Lina Jasmontaite).‘
My chapter on ‘El Comité Europeo de Protección de Datos (CEPD): Territorio Desconocido’ has been published in Rosario García Mahamut and Beatriz Tomás Mallén (eds.), El Reglamento General de Protección de Datos: Un Enfoque Nacional y Comparado: Especial Referencia a la LO 3/2018 de Protección de Datos y Garantía de los Derechos Digitales, Editorial Tirant lo Blanch (pp. 161-180).
The discussion paper prepared for the Exploring the Privacy and Data Protection connection: International Workshop on the Legal Notions of Privacy and Data Protection in EU Law in a Rapidly Changing World, co-organised by VUB’s Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) Research Group and the Brussels Privacy Hub (BPH), is available for download.
A 2019 version of the report ‘Cross-border Access to Electronic Data through Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters‘ (Marco Stefan and Gloria González Fuster), expanded and improved, is now available from download from this link.
The paper ‘Cross-border Access to Electronic Data through Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters: State of the art and latest developments in the EU and the US‘, by Marco Stefan and Gloria González Fuster, has now been published in the CEPS Liberty & Security Series. The paper was prepared in the context of the JUD-IT project. It can be downloaded here.
This document presents the Bonn PRINTEGER Consensus Statement: Working with Research Integrity — Guidance for research performing organisations. The aim of the statement is to complement existing instruments by focusing specifically on institutional responsibilities for strengthening integrity. It takes into account the daily challenges and organisational contexts of most researchers. The statement intends to make research integrity challenges recognisable from the work-floor perspective, providing concrete advice on organisational measures to strengthen integrity. Access the Bonn PRINTEGER Statement through Science and Engineering Ethics, or download it here.
The chapter ‘No (Big) Data, No Fiction? Thinking Surveillance With/Against Netflix‘ by Rocco Bellanova and Gloria González Fuster has been published in The Politics and Policies of Big Data: Big Data, Big Brother?, edited by Ann Rudinow Saetnan, Ingrid Schneider and Nicolas Green. A pre-print of the chapter is available here.