Making the most of new laws: reconciling big data innovation and personal data protection within and beyond the GDPR

Paul de Hert, G. Malgieri

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Abstract

The main research question of this contribution, from the legal perspective, is how reconciling the free flow of information with the protection of personal data. These two interests are often seen as conflicting. Several conceptual and mental steps are, in our view, necessary to go beyond the antagonism and to see a more productive relationship. We propose five steps to answer this question
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLaw, Norms and Freedoms in Cyberspace - Droit, Norme et Libertés dans le Cybermonde: Liber Amicorum Yves Poullet
EditorsE Degrave, C. de Terwangne, S. Dusollier, R. Queck
PublisherLarcier
Pages525-554
Number of pages30
ISBN (Print)9782807903463
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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de Hert, P., & Malgieri, G. (2018). Making the most of new laws: reconciling big data innovation and personal data protection within and beyond the GDPR. In E. Degrave, C. de Terwangne, S. Dusollier, & R. Queck (Eds.), Law, Norms and Freedoms in Cyberspace - Droit, Norme et Libertés dans le Cybermonde: Liber Amicorum Yves Poullet (pp. 525-554). Larcier.
de Hert, Paul ; Malgieri, G. / Making the most of new laws: reconciling big data innovation and personal data protection within and beyond the GDPR. Law, Norms and Freedoms in Cyberspace - Droit, Norme et Libertés dans le Cybermonde: Liber Amicorum Yves Poullet. editor / E Degrave ; C. de Terwangne ; S. Dusollier ; R. Queck. Larcier, 2018. pp. 525-554
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de Hert, P & Malgieri, G 2018, Making the most of new laws: reconciling big data innovation and personal data protection within and beyond the GDPR. in E Degrave, C de Terwangne, S Dusollier & R Queck (eds), Law, Norms and Freedoms in Cyberspace - Droit, Norme et Libertés dans le Cybermonde: Liber Amicorum Yves Poullet. Larcier, pp. 525-554.

Making the most of new laws: reconciling big data innovation and personal data protection within and beyond the GDPR. / de Hert, Paul; Malgieri, G.

Law, Norms and Freedoms in Cyberspace - Droit, Norme et Libertés dans le Cybermonde: Liber Amicorum Yves Poullet. ed. / E Degrave; C. de Terwangne; S. Dusollier; R. Queck. Larcier, 2018. p. 525-554.

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de Hert P, Malgieri G. Making the most of new laws: reconciling big data innovation and personal data protection within and beyond the GDPR. In Degrave E, de Terwangne C, Dusollier S, Queck R, editors, Law, Norms and Freedoms in Cyberspace - Droit, Norme et Libertés dans le Cybermonde: Liber Amicorum Yves Poullet. Larcier. 2018. p. 525-554