Volume 3 (2019)

Each volume of Journal of Data Protection & Privacy consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 3 are listed below. Further articles scheduled to be published in Volume 3 can viewed on the Forthcoming content page.

Volume 3 Number 2

  • Editorial: Look back, leap forwards
    Ardi Kolah, Founding Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Data Protection & Privacy
  • Papers: The big data race
    Alex Brown, Partner, Simmons & Simmons Information, Communications & Technology Group
  • How to specify the content of a cookie consent request
    Georg Philip Krog, Cofounder and Chief of Legal Counsel, Signatu
  • Mapping the supervisory authorities’ activities: Pragmatic problem-solvers or new practice creators?
    Anna Aurora Wennäkoski, doctoral student in law, University of Helsinki
  • Dubai International Financial Centre’s updated data protection law, Part 1: Developing a modern, global law in a UAE financial free zone
    Lori Baker, Vice President, Legal Affairs & Director of Data Protection, Dubai International Financial Centre Authority and Julie Beeton, General Counsel and Assistant Professor, Canadian University Dubai
  • Ad tech in a data privacy world
    Ezgi Pilavci, Privacy Lawyer and Steve Wright, CEO and Partner, PrivacyCulture
  • Artificial intelligence, facial recognition technology and data privacy
    Steve Wilkinson, subject matter industry expert
  • Protection and control of personal identifiable information: The PoSeID-on approach
    Rui Casaleiro, et al.
  • Book review: Decoding AI in Financial Services: Business Implications for Boards and Professionals
    Reviewed by Ardi Kolah

Volume 3 Number 1

  • Editorial: In memoriam - a true visionary: Giovanni Buttarelli (1957–2019)
    Ardi Kolah, Founding Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Data Protection & Privacy
  • The implications of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit for data protection in the United Kingdom
    Oliver Butler, Research Fellow, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights; Fellow, Wadham College, University of Oxford
  • Accountability and human rights in the age of tech
    Dan Shefet, French lawyer; author, ‘Online Radicalization’ UNESCO report, Individual Specialist, Expert, Council of Europe on the Internet Ombudsman; President of AAID
  • Personal data protection in blockchain
    Steve Wright, DPO, CEO, Privacy Culture and Ezgi Pilavci, privacy lawyer, Privacy Culture
  • Adhering to GDPR codes of conduct: A possible option for SMEs to GDPR certification
    Eric Lachaud, CRM Senior IT consultant; PhD candidate, TILT
  • Learning to walk a tightrope: Challenges DPOs face in the day-to-day exercise of their responsibilities
    Barbara Eggl, DPO, ECB
  • Overview of the data protection regime in Uganda
    Kenneth Muhangi, Partner, KTA Advocates
  • Consent for data processing under the General Data Protection Regulation: Could ‘dynamic consent’ be a useful tool for researchers?
    Megan Prictor, Academic Lawyer and Research Fellow, HeLEX programme, Melbourne Law School, Harriet J. A. Teare, Deputy Director, HeLEX, University of Oxford, Jessica Bell, Research Fellow, HeLEX, University of Oxford, Mark Taylor, Associate Professor in health law and regulation, Melbourne Law School; Deputy Director, HeLEX, Melbourne Law School, and Jane Kaye, Director, HeLEX, University of Oxford
  • Book review: Data Protection Law in the EU: Roles, Responsibilities and Liability
    Reviewed by Dr Jacob Kornbeck