TITLE

Hero or Villain: The Data Controller in Privacy Law and Technologies

AUTHOR(S)
DIAZ, CLAUDIA; TENE, OMER; G√úRSES, SEDA
PUB. DATE
November 2013
SOURCE
Ohio State Law Journal;2013, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p923
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses whether the information privacy framework in the U.S. and Europe offers adequate protection against the risk of surveillance by respective governments. It highlights the gap between the constitutional and information privacy frameworks as shown by the analysis of privacy enhancing technologies (PETs), which enables individuals to engage in online activities free from surveillance and interference.
ACCESSION #
93394616

 

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