PRIVACY POLICY, LAW AND TECHNOLOGY

DESCRIPTION

The aim of this module is to addressing the legal and sociological basis of the proliferation of the use of technology in the field of security, addressing risk-related issues, new professional profiles, administrative capacity and evaluation of externalities. Methods and findings of the ABC4EU project will be presented, funded by the European Commission.

CONTENTS

– The fundamentals of privacy
– Chief Privacy Officer
– DPAs: competences, possibilities, limitations
– Surveillance impact assessments
– The ABC4EU project

ECTS: 4

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Acquisti, A.; Gritzalis, S.; Lambrinoudakis C. and Di Vimercati, S. (eds.), (2007). Digital Privacy: Theory, Technologies, and Practices, Auerbach Publications, Boca Raton, FL
  • Galdon-Clavell, G. and Hosein, G. (2012). Privacidad y Nuevas Tecnologías. Número especial de Novática. Barcelona: ITA.
  • Lyon, D. (2003). Surveillance as Social Sorting. Privacy, Risk, and Digital Discrimination, New York: Routledge.
  • Graham, S. and Wood, D. (2003). ‘Digitalizing surveillance: categorization, space, inequality. Critical Social Policy, 23 (2), pp. 227-247.
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