Volume 2 (2018)

Each volume of Journal of Data Protection & Privacy consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 2 are:

Volume 2 Number 4

  • Editorial: In loco parentis of the GDPR and implementing a GDPR/CCPA maturity framework
    Ardi Kolah, Founding Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Data Protection & Privacy, Executive Fellow, Henley Business School and Privacy Consultant
  • Information veracity towards a secure information posture
    Clive Brindley, Senior Manager, Accenture South Africa, Ben Silverstone, Senior Teaching Fellow, WMG, University of Warwick
  • Digital responsibility redefined in Denmark
    Mads Hennelund, digital transformation expert
  • Data classification: A means to an end
    David King, Regional Information Security Officer EMEA, Omnicom Media Group
  • Transparency, automated decision-making processes and personal profiling
    Manuela Battaglini, CEO, Transparent Internet, Steen Rasmussen, Centre Director, University of Southern Denmark
  • Implementing a by design and by default approach
    Richard Preece, Director, DA Resilience
  • Automotive viewpoint: How dealerships can streamline GDPR compliance, while minimising data breach and supply chain risks
    Jim Steven, Head of Data Breach Services, Experian Consumers Services
  • Unified surveillance systems: Data mining with PeekYou, GPS and facial recognition
    Jessica Berger, cyber security analyst, privacy programme consultant
  • Feeling fine! Harmonisation and inconsistency in EU supervisory authority administrative fines
    Arye Schreiber, CEO, MyEDPO
  • Country profile — Chile
    Oscar Molina, Chapter Co-Chair for Chile, IAPP, Andrea Céspedes, Associate, Albagli Zaliasnik
  • Book review: ‘The Handbook of Privacy Studies. An Interdisciplinary Introduction’
    Reviewed by Dr Jacob Kornbeck​​​​​​​

Volume 2 Number 3

  • Industry 4.0 and the GDPR: Two sides of the same coin 
    Ricardo Pinto, PMO Head & Senior Program Manager, Alliance Healthcare 
  • The blockchain-GDPR paradox 
    Andries Van Humbeeck, Co-founder, Blockchain Consultant, TheLedger 
  • How to prepare for data breaches? Lessons learned from recent incidents 
    Paul Lanois, Attorney, DC-USA, SCOTUS
  • Understanding ‘what is privacy’ for millennials on Facebook in India​​​​​​​
    Neeraj Pandey, Associate Professor of Marketing, NITIE & Bhargav Gudipudi, Consultant, Deloitte 
  • Understanding the scope and impact of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 
    Elizabeth (Liz) Harding, Jarno J. Vanto, Reece Clark, L. Hannah Ji, Sara C. Ainsworth, Polsinelli 
  • The applicability of the GDPR to the Internet of Things ​​​​​​​
    Phuong le Pham, Supervision Officer, Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens
  • Lawful disclosure of administrative data for research purposes in the UK  
    Jessica Bell, Susan E Wallace, Miranda Mourby, Heather Gowans, Stergios Aidinlis, Hannah Smith, Jane Kaye, Researchers, HeLEX, Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford 
  • To consent or not to consent, that is the question ​​​​​​​
    Adam Horton-Tuckett, Information Governance Consultancy Lead and Heléna Ashton-Wenham, Information Governance Lead, NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit 
  • Book review: ‘Blockchain and the Law: The Rule of Code’ 
    Dr Jacob Kornbeck, Policy Officer, European Commission  ​​​​​​​

Volume 2 Number 2

  • Editorial: Global data protection will become the norm
    Ardi Kolah, LL.M, Executive Fellow, Henley Business School and privacy consultant
  • Brazil’s new General Data Protection Law
    Steve Wilkinson, DPO EMEA, APAC, Thomson Reuters; Associate Lecturer, GDPR; Henley Business School
  • An exemplary illustration of the distinction between private life and data protection (Art. 7–8 CFR): The ECtHR’s joint decision in FNASS v France and Longo v France (Art. 8 ECHR)
    Jacob Kornbeck, Legal Officer chez EDPS
  • EU as a single digital society with relevance to the socio-legal approach
    Shakila-Bu-Pasha, Doctoral Researcher in Information & Communication Law, EU Data Protection Law, Localization and Privacy, GDPR
  • Lawful disclosure of administrative data for research purposes in the UK
    Jessica Bell, Research Fellow, Melbourne Law School; HeLEX, Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, Susan E Wallace, Miranda Mourby, Heather Gowans, Stergios Aidinlis, Hannah Smith and Jane Kaye researchers, HeLEX, Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies, Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford
  • Privacy as ultimate dealmaker of the data transaction: How profiling can be GDPR compliant and lead to value creation for businesses
    Laura Brodahl, Privacy & Data Protection Lawyer, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati and Vincent Jocquet, SVP Finance, Sentiance
  • Customers could be the weak link in consumer data management systems
    Bernadette Kamleitner, Professor of Marketing, WU Vienna; Heads of Institute for Marketing and Consumer Research, Vincent Mitchell, Professor of Marketing, The University of Sydney Business School, Andrew Stephen, L’Oréal Professor of Marketing, Associate Dean of Research, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, and Ardi Kolah, LL.M, Executive Fellow, Henley Business School and privacy consultant
  • Case note: The future of national data retention legislation: Opinion of Advocate General Saugmandsgaard Øe, 19th July, 2016
    Sascha van Schendel, PhD researcher, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology & Society, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
  • Book review: Internet of Things, for Things and by Things
    Ardi Kolah, LL.M, Executive Fellow, Henley Business School and privacy consultant

Volume 2 Number 1

  • Editorial: Look back, leap forward
    Ardi Kolah, Journal of Data Protection & Privacy
  • A case study in GDPR Article 3 and supporting recitals: Why not get ready for the GDPR (or other global-reaching DP laws) to apply to your non-EU business?
    Lori Baker, Vice President, Legal & Director of Data Protection, DIFC
  • Data is your organisation’s core business: Are you prepared to govern it?
    Annelies Moens, Managing Director, Privcore Pty
  • The directive on security of networks and information systems (NISD): One more critical step towards a ‘connected digital single market’ for the EU
    Abigail Dubiniecki
  • The GDPR accountability principle and the use of scenario workshops in the digital age
    Richard Preece, Director DA Resilience
  • GDPR: Valuing data, assessing risk and consent services
    Stephen Cameron, CIO, Anzen Data
  • The right to data portability: An in-depth look
    Jose Belo, Of Counsel on Data Protection and Privacy, Teofilo dos Santos and Patricia Macedo Alves, CEO, DATTA — Privacy Solutions
  • GDPR’s tools to tackle AI and machine-driven data
    Anna Aurora Wennakoski
  • Are you ready for the applied GDPR?
    Stephen Wilkinson, Data Protection Officer EMEA, Thomson Reuters
  • Cyber security developments in Israel
    Bentsi Ben-Atar, CMO, co-founder, Sepio Systems
  • Book review: German Facebook ruling
    Reviewed by Stephen Wilkinson, Data Privacy Protection Services
  • Book review: The GDPR Handbook: A Guide to Implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation
    Reviewed by Dr Jacob Kornbeck
  • Book review: Copyright and Information Privacy — Conflicting rights in balance
    Reviewed by Jose Belo, Of Counsel (Data Protection and Privacy), Teofilo Araujo dos Santos Law Firm