Thoughts on Paradigms for Data Protection and Data Privacy in a US Federal Law

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Building on a research brainstorm conducted by Daragh O Brien and Dr Katherine O’Keefe, with additional research and input from Kate Doherty-Nicolaou and Joshua Hovsha, this whitepaper explores some alternative perspectives on the paradigms for data protection law that are emerging in the United States debate on this topic.

The paper identifies a number of foundational principles and practices that should be considered, and challenges the concept of quasi-property rights for personal data given the inevitable challenges that that will pose for people seeking to give effect to such rights. Click on the thumbnail to open the paper!

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Building on a research brainstorm conducted by Daragh O Brien and Dr Katherine O’Keefe, with additional research and input from Kate Doherty-Nicolaou and Joshua Hovsha, this whitepaper explores some alternative perspectives on the paradigms for data protection law that are emerging in the United States debate on this topic.

The paper identifies a number of foundational principles and practices that should be considered, and challenges the concept of quasi-property rights for personal data given the inevitable challenges that that will pose for people seeking to give effect to such rights. Click on the thumbnail to open the paper!