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  • Paul de Hert

The idealist advocate meets the legal positivist: Untangling Christine Van den Wyngaert’s approach to interpreting
 international criminal law

Holvoet, M. & de Hert, P., 2017, La CVDW. Liber Amicorum Chris Van den Wyngaert. Dewulf, S. (ed.). Antwerp: Maklu Uitgevers, p. 239-256 18 p.

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The new EU cybersecurity framework: The NIS Directive, ENISA's role and the General Data Protection Regulation

Markopoulou, D., Papakonstantinou, V. & de Hert, P., 2019, In : Computer Law and Security Review. 35, 6, p. 1-11 11 p., 105336.

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The new general data protection regulation: Still a sound system for the protection of individuals

de Hert, P. & Papakonstantinou, V., 2016, In : Computer Law and Security Review. 32, p. 179–194 16 p.

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The new police and criminal justice data protection directive: A first analysis

de Hert, P. & Papakonstantinou, V., 2016, In : New journal of European criminal law. 7, 1, p. 7-19 13 p.

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The proposed ePrivacy regulation: The commission's and the parliament's draft s at a crossroads?

Gil Gonzalez, E., de Hert, P. & Papakonstantinou, V., 2020, Data protection and privacy : Data protection and democracy. Hallinan, D., Leenes, R., Gutwirth, S. & De Hert, P. (eds.). Hart Publishers, p. 267-298 32 p.

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The rich UK contribution to the field of EU data protection: Let’s not go for “third country” status after Brexit

de Hert, P. & Papakonstantinou, V., 2017, In : Computer Law and Security Review. 33, 3, p. 354-360 6 p.

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5 Citations (Scopus)

The right of access under the Police Directive: Small steps forward

Dimitrova, D. & de Hert, P., 2018, Privacy technologies and policy: 6th Annual Privacy Forum, APF 2018. Medina, M., Mitrakas, A., Rannenberg, K., Schweighofer, E. & Tsourlas, N. (eds.). Springer International Publishing, p. 111-130 20 p. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; no. 11079).

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The right to data portability in the GDPR: Towards user-centric interoperability of digital services

de Hert, P., Papakonstantinou, V., Malgieri, G., Beslay, L. & Sanchez, I., 2018, In : Computer Law and Security Review. 34, 2, p. 193-203 11 p.

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The role of the data protection authorities in supervising police and criminal justice authorities processing personal data

de Hert, P. & Sajfert, J., 2018, The needed balances in EU Criminal Law: Past present and future. Brière, C. & Weyembergh, A. (eds.). Hart Publishing, p. 243-255 16 p.

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The unaccountable state of surveillance: Exercising access rights in Europe

Norris, C. (ed.), de Hert, P. (ed.), L'Hoiry, X. (ed.) & Galleta, A. (ed.), 2017, Cham (Switzerland): Springer International. 499 p. (Law, Governance and Technology Series; vol. 34)

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Understanding the balancing act behind the legitimate interest of the controller ground: A pragmatic approach

Kamara, I. & de Hert, P., 2018, Cambridge handbook of consumer privacy. Selinger, E., Polonetsky, J. & Tene, O. (eds.). 1 ed. p. 321-352 32 p.

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Understanding the legal provisions that allow processing and profiling of personal data—an analysis of GDPR provisions and principles

Gil Gonzalez, E. & de Hert, P., 2019, In : ERA Forum. 2019, 4, p. 597–621 25 p.

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Visions of technology: Big data lessons understood by EU policy makers in their review of the legal frameworks on intellectual property rights, access to and re-use of PSI and the protection of personal data

Lammerant, H. & de Hert, P., 2016, Data Protection on the Move: Current developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection. Gutwirth, S., Leenes, R. & De Hert, P. (eds.). Dordrecht: Springer Publishers, p. 163-194 32 p.

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What young and old can learn from each other: Cross-fertilisation between existing human rights law for children and developing human rights law for older persons

Habbig, A. K., Hoefmans, A. & de Hert, P., 2017, Children’s Rights Law in the Global Human Rights Landscape: Isolation, Inspiration, Integration?. Brems, E., Desmet, E. & Vandenhole, W. (eds.). Routledge, p. 146-170 25 p.

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