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Everyday I’m life-logging: privacy and data protection issues in ubiquitous individual data collecting and sharing



Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Description Life-logging could be characterized as a ubiquitous capturing of the life of an individual. The raised issues are addressed from the private and public perspective. Also the regulatory issues as regards to necessity of life-logging are sketched out. The presentation concludes with a general assessment of the concept of lifelogging against the contemporary EU data protection framework.
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