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Editor's Picks

IDPL is the only international journal to offer specialist coverage of the law relating to data protection and privacy, and provides high-quality analysis from its host of expert authors. The journal covers all aspects of data protection and privacy, including the latest issues and discussions in these areas of law. Editor-in-Chief, Dr Christopher Kuner, has selected some of the most prominent highlights from the past five years of IDPL , to be made freely available to read in a special online collection.

Please follow the links below to read:

The European data protection framework for the twenty-first century
by Viviane Reding
First published online June 25, 2012

The distinction between privacy and data protection in the jurisprudence of the CJEU and the ECtHR
by Juliane Kokott and Christoph Sobotta
First published online September 15, 2013

The trouble with European data protection law
by Bert-Jaap Koops
First published online October 8, 2014

Systematic government access to personal data: a comparative analysis
by Ira S. Rubinstein, Gregory T. Nojeim, and Ronald D. Lee

Privacy: The new generations
by Omer Tene
First published online October 5, 2010

The Supreme Court and information privacy
by Fred H. Cate and Beth E. Cate
First published online September 26, 2012

From real-time intercepts to stored records: why encryption drives the government to seek access to the cloud
by Peter Swire
First published online September 19, 2012

The EU data protection reform and the (forgotten) use of criminal sanctions
by Paul De Hert
First published online October 9, 2014

The pioneering journey of the Data Protection Commission of Mauritius
by Drudeisha Madhub
First published online August 8, 2013

The evolving concept of data privacy in Japanese law
by Hiroshi Miyashita
First published online September 9, 2011

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