Kείμενό μου (μαζί με τον Paul de Hert) σε αυτή την, εντυπωσιακή, Συλλογή-Εγκυκλοπαίδεια, για το, διαρκώς επίκαιρο, “Δικαίωμα στη Λήθη – Right to be Forgotten”.
The Elgar Encyclopedia of Law and Data Science represents a comprehensive mapping of the field. Comprising over 60 entries, it features contributions from eminent global scholars, drawing on expertise from multiple disciplines, including law and data science, economics, computer engineering, physics, biomedical engineering and history, philosophy, neuro-engineering, political science, and geo-informatics.
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