B. van der Sloot
B. van der Sloot
Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society
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The European Union general data protection regulation: what it is and what it means
CJ Hoofnagle, B van der Sloot, FZ Borgesius
Information & Communications Technology Law 28 (1), 65-98, 2019
Group privacy: New challenges of data technologies
L Taylor, L Floridi, B Van der Sloot
Springer, 2016
Big Data and security policies: Towards a framework for regulating the phases of analytics and use of Big Data
D Broeders, E Schrijvers, B van der Sloot, R Van Brakel, J de Hoog, ...
Computer Law & Security Review 33 (3), 309-323, 2017
Do data protection rules protect the individual and should they? An assessment of the proposed General Data Protection Regulation
B Van der Sloot
International Data Privacy Law 4 (4), 307, 2014
Privacy as Personality Right: Why the ECtHR's Focus on Ulterior Interests Might Prove Indispensable in the Age of Big Data
B Van der Sloot
Utrecht J. Int'l & Eur. L. 31, 25, 2015
Digital consumers and the law: towards a cohesive European framework
L Guibault, N Helberger
Kluwer Law International BV, 2012
Exploring the boundaries of Big Data
B van der Sloot, D Broeders, E Schrijvers
Amsterdam University Press, 2016
Welcome to the Jungle: the liability of internet intermediaries for privacy violations in Europe
B Van der Sloot
J. Intell. Prop. Info. Tech. & Elec. Com. L. 6, 211, 2015
Introduction: A new perspective on privacy
L Taylor, L Floridi, B Sloot
Group privacy, 1-12, 2017
Legal fundamentalism: is data protection really a fundamental right?
B Sloot
Data protection and privacy:(in) visibilities and infrastructures, 3-30, 2017
Privacy as human flourishing: Could a shift towards virtue ethics strengthen privacy protection in the age of Big Data
B Van der Sloot
J. Intell. Prop. Info. Tech. & Elec. Com. L. 5, 230, 2014
A new approach to the right to privacy, or how the European Court of Human Rights embraced the non-domination principle
B Van der Sloot
Computer law & security review 34 (3), 539-549, 2018
Ten questions for future regulation of big data: A comparative and empirical legal study
B van der Sloot, S van Schendel
J. Intell. Prop. Info. Tech. & Elec. Com. L. 7, 110, 2016
The Practical and Theoretical Problems with ‘Balancing’ Delfi, Coty and the Redundancy of the Human Rights Framework
B Van der Sloot
Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 23 (3), 439-459, 2016
Do privacy and data protection rules apply to legal persons and should they? A proposal for a two-tiered system
B van der Sloot
Computer law & security review 31 (1), 26-45, 2015
How to assess privacy violations in the age of Big Data? Analysing the three different tests developed by the ECtHR and adding for a fourth one
B Van der Sloot
Information & Communications Technology Law 24 (1), 74-103, 2015
Conclusion: what do we know about group privacy?
L Taylor, B Sloot, L Floridi
Group Privacy, 225-237, 2017
Is the human rights framework still fit for the big data era? A discussion of the ECtHR’s case law on privacy violations arising from surveillance activities
B Sloot
Data protection on the move, 411-436, 2016
Privacy as virtue
B Van der Sloot
Intersentia, 2017
Do groups have a right to protect their group interest in privacy and should they? Peeling the onion of rights and interests protected under article 8 ECHR
B Sloot
Group privacy, 197-224, 2017
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