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#1Guan Zheng (ZJU: Zhejiang University)H-Index: 1
Abstract null null The regulation of the cross-border transfer of personal data is a major issue of globalization in the digital era. The key point for lawmakers is how to choose two of the following three elements in the trilemma: personal data protection, free transborder flow of information and the expansion of national jurisdiction. The EU, the U.S. and China adopt their own decisions, resulting in three inherently incompatible legislative paradigms, which has led to the restricted flow of p...
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#1Vasileios Karagiannopoulos (University of Portsmouth)H-Index: 3
#2Annie Kirby (University of Portsmouth)
Last. Lisa Sugiura (University of Portsmouth)H-Index: 4
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Abstract null null Currently cybercrime awareness education tends to be generic, which is not useful for certain demographics, such as older adults, who are at a higher risk of victimisation due to their potential unfamiliarity with cyberspace norms and practices. The Cybercrime Awareness Clinic team carried out focus groups and interviews with older adults with the aim of gaining a better understanding of their cybercrime perceptions and experiences. Fifteen older adults over 60 years participa...
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#1Niels van Dijk (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)H-Index: 5
#2Simone Casiraghi (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)H-Index: 4
Last. Serge Gutwirth (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)H-Index: 21
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Several European Commission's initiatives have been resorting to ethics in policy discourses as a way to govern and regulate Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). The proliferation of invocations of ‘ethics’, especially concerning the recent debate on (the regulation of) Artificial Intelligence (AI), can be referred to as the ‘ethification’ phenomenon. This article aims to elucidate the benefits and drawbacks of the ethification of ICT governance, and its effects on the articulations...
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#1Mariateresa Maggiolino (Bocconi University)H-Index: 5
#2Laura Zoboli (University of Warsaw)H-Index: 1
Abstract null null Antitrust law deals with economic matters as if they were all industrial processes, that is, processes through which companies transform inputs into outputs. In this sense, we could say that antitrust law is still a Nineteenth Century law, even when it comes to platforms that transform digital data into services. null For this reason, when we look at blockchains through the lenses of antitrust law, they are either framed as the result of an industrial process (the blockchain a...
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#1Agata Ferreira (Warsaw University of Technology)H-Index: 1
#2Philipp G. Sandner (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management)H-Index: 23
Abstract null null Crypto assets are no longer a niche topic for geeks but an important trend in financial markets and an uprising asset class. This is due to technological advancements, spike in token issuances, and Facebook's Libra project, now called Diem, among other things. Many potential benefits of crypto assets for the financial sector are widely recognized, including cost savings, improved efficiency and transparency. The rapid growth of the crypto assets ecosystem has intensified the f...
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Abstract null null Financial Intelligence Units (FIUs) are key players in the current Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) legal system. FIUs are specialised bodies positioned between private financial institutions and states’ law enforcement authorities, what renders them a crucial middle link in the chain of information exchange between the private and public sectors. Considering that a large share of this information is personal data, its processing must m...
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#1Johann Laux (University of Oxford)H-Index: 1
#2Sandra Wachter (University of Oxford)H-Index: 13
Last. Brent Mittelstadt (University of Oxford)H-Index: 18
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Abstract null null In its attempt to better regulate the platform economy, the European Commission recently proposed a Digital Markets Act (DMA) and a Digital Services Act (DSA). While the DMA addresses worries about digital markets not functioning properly, the DSA is concerned with societal harms stemming from the dissemination of (illegal) content on platforms. Both proposals focus on the relative size of platforms. The DMA applies to ‘gatekeeper’ platforms and the DSA has a special regime of...
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