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Algorithmic price fixing under EU competition law: how to crack robot cartels?

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Ad-blocking – the dark side of consumer empowerment: a new hope or will the empire strike back?

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The Directive for data protection in the police and justice sectors: towards better data protection?

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Reforming Data Subject Consent – Burdening with Proof? - The recent adoption of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by the European Parliament has spelled the end of the protracted negotiations surrounding the Data Protection Directive (Dir. 95/46/EC). As a result, the focus has now shifted towards interpreting the final text after the intense lobbying and trilogue phases. The purpose of this post is to provide some brief insights into the potential consequences of just one of the...

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The Personal Data Equaliser - The concept of personal data – key in determining data protection law’s material scope of application – may seem pretty straightforward in the abstract. In practice, particularly when assessing the applicability of specific data subject rights, things get a lot murkier.  Personal Data – a Disharmonious Concept It is a truism to say that Personal Data constitutes data protection law’s central building block. Indeed, personal data is the key factor in determining...
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