Forthcoming Content

Each volume of Journal of Data Protection & Privacy consists of four 100-page issues.

The articles scheduled for Volume 4 include:

  • The end of the transition period: Implications for UK data protection after Brexit
    Dr Oliver Butler, Research Fellow of the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights and a Fellow of Wadham College, University of Oxford
  • Personal data protection in the credit-scoring industry of China
    Arlene Zhang, Data Law Research Center & Cyber Law Research Institute
  • Personal information protection in Japan
    Christopher P Wells, Partner and Narumi Ito, Associate, Morgan Lewis
  • Data protection laws — one of the most important sources of competitive advantage in the context of international trade
    Yihan Dai, Associate Research Fellow, East China University of Political Science and Law
  • Comparison of notice requirements for consent between ISO/IEC 29184:2020 and GDPR
    Harshvardhan J. Pandit, ADAPT Centre, Trinity College Dublin and Georg Philip Krog, Signatu AS
  • A year of change: An analysis of how COVID-19 has impacted the data privacy profession in 2020
    abrina Palme, Co-founder and CEO, Palqee Technologies
  • ICO fines Ticketmaster UK Limited £1.25million for failing to protect customers’ payment details
    Joanne Bennett, Commercial Lawyer and Data Protection Consultant
  • The California Privacy Rights Act of 2020: A broad and complex data processing regulation that applies to businesses worldwide
    Lothar Determann, Partner and Jonathan Tam, Senior Associate, Baker McKenzie
  • Data protection and space: What challenges will the General Data Protection Regulation face when dealing with space-based data?
    Shakila Bu-Pasha, Postdoctoral Researcher, Faculty of Law, University of Helsinki and Heidi Kuusniemi, Professor and Director of Digital Economy, University of Vaasa
  • Implementation of the ECOWAS Supplementary Act on personal data protection: Lessons from the EU GDPR
    Dennis Agelebe, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Environmental Law Center, Faculty of Law of the University of Cologne
  • Attitudes, policies and practices for privacy professionals in the wake of the COVID -19: Processing of health, genetic and biometric personal data
    Natalya Spuling
  • A European perspective for data protection: GDPR and its effect on FS and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
    Dr Ali Polat
  • Statistical analysis of relationships of US organizations size, popularity, age and location to frequency of data breaches
    Ohud Saud Alqahtani and Zhiyuan Chen, The University of Maryland
  • Unregulated drones and an emerging threat to right to privacy: A critical overview
    Nehaluddin Ahmad, Saurabh Chaturvedi and Ahmad Masum
  • International personal data transfer: An analysis of Brazil’s legal system and new LGPD under the adequacy standard of EU GDPR
    Alexandre Rajagopalan
  • Can you own, protect and monetize your data? The Data Trust model proposes you can
    Susan Raab, CDP Institute
  • Book review: EU Personal Data Protection in Policy and Practice
    Reviewed by Dr Jacob Kornbeck
  • Book review: Data protection: A practical guide to UK law
    Reviewed by Ardi Kolah
  • Book review: Legal Challenges of Big Data
    Reviewed by Ardi Kolah