Proud to have contributed to this impressive volume the entry on the Right to be Forgotten, together with Paul de Hert. 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". More Information: The Elgar Encyclopedia of Law and Data
New chapter published in "Disinformation and Digital Media as a Challenge for Democracy" by Georgios Terzis, Dariusz Kloza, Elzbieta Kuzelewska, Daniel Trottier (eds.), on "Should We be Afraid of Fake News?" "Over the past few years “fake news” has dominated public discourse, being blamed for anything from affecting electoral results to manipulating consumers, ultimately giving online social media
My new chapter, together with Elena Gil Gonzalez and Paul de Hert in Data Protection and Privacy on the (still) draft ePrivacy Regulation (The Proposed ePrivacy Regulation: The Commission's and the Parliament's Draft s at a Crossroads?) in the CPDP 2019 book has just been published by Hart Publishing.
Paul de Hert and myself have published a chapter in Kloza/Svantesson, Transatlantic Data Privacy Relations as a Challenge for Democracy, by Intersentia, on the need to establish a new UN agency to protect data privacy ("Moving Beyond the Special Rapporteur on Privacy with the Establishment of a New, Specialised United Nations Agency: Addressing the Deficit
Παπακωνσταντίνου Ε/Τσουκαλά Β, Ηλεκτρονικά καταστήματα: Νομικά ζητήματα και νομική οργάνωση, στον τόμο «Innovation Law – Δίκαιο και Καινοτομία», Νομική Βιβλιοθήκη, 2014.
Paul de Hert/Vagelis Papakonstantinou, Study for the LIBE Committee, The data protection regime applying to the inter-agency cooperation and future architecture of the EU criminal justice and law enforcement area. Abstract: Upon request by the LIBE Committee, this study aims at identifying data protection shortcomings in the inter-agency cooperation in the EU criminal justice and law enforcement area. Its objective is also
Myself and Paul de Hert co-authored the chapter on data protection in Routledge's "Policy change in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice: How EU institutions matter", edited by Florian Trauner and Ariadna Ripoll Servent.