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.
The blog post ‘Putting the person back into personal data protection‘ has been published by the Technolawgeeks Blog. Read the full text here.
The piece ‘A Security Union In Full Respect Of Fundamental Rights: But How Effectively Respectful?‘ by Gloria González Fuster has been published as a contribution to the book Constitutionalising the Security Union: Effectiveness, Rule of Law and Rights on Countering Terrorism and Crime, co-edited by Sergio Carrera and Valsamis Mistilegas and published by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS).
The book ‘Courts, Privacy and Data Protection in the Digital Environment‘, edited by Maja Brkan and Evangelia Psychogiopoulou, has now been published by Edward Elgar Publishing. It includes the chapter ‘Courts, privacy and data protection in Spain: Experiencing data protection’s dominance‘, by Gloria González Fuster.
The book Surveillance, Privacy and Security: Citizens’ Perspectives, edited by Michael Friedewald, J. Peter Burgess, Johann Cas, Walter Peissl and Rocco Bellanova, has been published by Taylor and Francis, and available as open access PDF through this link. It includes the chapter ‘The legal significance of individual choices about privacy and personal data protection‘, co-authored by Gloria González Fuster and Serge Gutwirth.
This drawing was made at the request of the Access to Knowledge for Development Center (A2K4D), of The American University in Cairo, and presented at their event ‘Big Data Big Questions: From Data to Knowledge in the MENA Region‘ on 7th March 2017. A concise explanation of how to read it can be found here (pdf).