Publication details

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

Authors

MYŠKA Matěj

Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Citation
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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