The video of the talk ‘Music is Surveillance‘ at Re:Publica 2017 is now available on-line. On the same subject can also be read (and heard) the piece ‘Streaming als Überwachungsinstrument?‘, by Christoph Möller, for Deutschlandfund Kultur.
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).
Watch the full panel at CPDP2017 Youtube Channel.
My background paper ‘Wearables, Health and Privacy: A European Perspective‘ has been published accompanying the report by Kathryn C. Montgomery, Jeff Chester, Katharina Kopp on Health Wearable Devices in the Big Data Era: Ensuring Privacy, Security, and Consumer Protection for the Center for Digital Democracy and the School of Communication of the American University.
Now published at European Data Protection Law, a case note on the European Court of Human Rights’ judgment in Dragojevic v Croatia (15 January 2015): ‘What Prior Judicial Scrutiny of Secret Surveillance Stands For’.