Forthcoming Content

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

The articles scheduled for Volume 5 include:

  • Observing 2021-2022 data breach decisions of the Irish Data Protection Commission
    Marie C. Daly, Special Counsel, Covington & Burling LLP
  • The AI Act in light of the EU Digital Agenda: A critical approach
    Konstantinos Kouroupis, Assistant Professor of EU and Data Rights Law, Department of Law, Frederick University
  • Technical controls that protect data when in use and prevent misuse
    Magali Feys, Founder,, Joseph W. Swanson, Attorney at Law, and Patricia M. Carreiro, Attorney at Law, Carlton Fields and Gary LaFever, Co-CEO and General Counsel, Anonos Inc.
  • Privacy nutrition labels, App Store and the GDPR: Unintended consequences?
    Miloš Novović, PhD, Associate Professor of Law, BI Norwegian Business School
  • Comment: Who are you on Web 3.0?
    Lothar Detterman, Partner, Baker & McKenzie, apl. Professor, Freie Universität Berlin Law School and Lecturer, University of California, Berkeley School of Law    
  • UK Data Protection and Digital Information Bill explained
    Steve Wilkinson, Security Cleared Data Protection Subject Matter Expert
  • Ethics is nothing other than reverence for life and data 
    Sascha Francis Schneider, Privacy Counsel, Data Protection Officer, Alight Solutions    
  • Privacy concerns: A systematic review of older adults’ perceptions surrounding the use of technology
    DeeDee M. Bennett Gayle, Associate Professor in the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity, University at Albany, State University of New York, et al.
  • Deconstructing the regulatory impact of the U.S. CLOUD Act: An optimal regulatory approach to ensuring access to data in the cloud?
    Lori Baker, Vice President, Legal & Director of Data Protection, Office of the Commissioner of Data Protection, United Arab Emirates and Nick Roudev, Managing Associate, Linklaters LLP
  • African Union’s data policy framework and data protection in Africa
    Kinfe Yilma, Addis Ababa University Law School  
  • On the advent of environmental, social and governance reporting and its intersection with privacy
    Martijn ten Bloemendal, Global Privacy Counsel, AbbVie
  • Getting connected: Providing IT services to the German healthcare sector subject to ecclesiastical data protection law
    Tamara Bukatz, Data protection and privacy consultant
  • ISO 27001 and ISO 27701 aligned to global data privacy requirements
    Alexandra Borzan
  • Enforcing the right to be forgotten as a human right
    Saheed Alabi, Director of Legal Research, Alidson Global Network
  • GDPR Glasnost: Spain’s AEPD raises the transparency bar and sanctions two banks
    Philipp Fischer, Partner, Banking & Finance/Data Protection Department, Oberson Abels and Levis and Julien Levis, Head of Data Privacy at an International Group
  • China’s PIPL and DSL: Is China following the EU’s approach to data protection
    Ziwen Tan, LL.M. Candidate, China University of Political Science and Law and Channing Zhang, Privacy Protection Manager, Kingnet Network
  • The New EU Standard Contractual Clauses as a type of appropriate safeguards in the international transfer of personal data
    Anna Popowicz-Pazdej, Privacy Lawyer, Global Data Privacy Specialist, Dentons, CIPP/E and doctorate researcher, University of Wroclaw, Poland
  • Teleology - the missing piece to solving the GDPR puzzle
    Pawel Kuch, Faculty of Law, Doctorate RWF, University of Zurich
  • Book review: Data protection around the world: Privacy laws in action
    Reviewed by Dr Jacob Kornbeck
  • Book review: Privacy is hard and seven other myths: Achieving privacy through careful design
    Reviewed by Ardi Kolah
  • Book Review: Regulatory insights on artificial intelligence
    Reviewed by Ardi Kolah
  • Book review: Taming the algorithm: The right not to be subject to an automated decision in the General Data Protection Regulation by Pawel Kuch 
    Reviewed by Chris Bellamy, Professor Emeritus of Maritime Security, University of Greenwich, former Director of Security Studies and the Resilience Centre the UK Defence Academy