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Coming of age in the digital age: The GDPR and the children’s license to surf the web

Published on LinkedIn, 6 May 2019.   *** This is part of the GDPR ethics series; A broad mission statement may be found in its opening text. *** Article 8 of the GDPR puts forward the conditions under which children can lawfully consent to the processing of their data by third parties over the internet. In this way it

2019-05-25T06:04:38+00:00May 6th, 2019|Categories: Blog posts|Tags: , , |

Withdrawal of consent under the GDPR: No justification needed?

Published on LinkedIn, 15 March 2019.   *** This is part of the GDPR ethics series; A broad mission statement may be found in its opening text. *** As seen in the analysis of Article 6 of the GDPR, consent is an important, and by far the preferable, legal mechanism for the lawful processing of personal data. Its importance is

2019-06-01T06:01:11+00:00March 15th, 2019|Categories: Blog posts|Tags: , , |

Consent under the GDPR: When is it really “freely given”?

Published on LinkedIn, 7 February 2019.   *** This is part of the GDPR ethics series; A broad mission statement may be found in its opening text. ***   Same as with Article 5, an article-by-article analysis of the GDPR from an ethics point of view need not go further than the first sentence when it comes to its Article

2019-05-25T05:26:39+00:00February 7th, 2019|Categories: Blog posts|Tags: , , |