The future of consumer data protection in the E.U. Re-thinking the "notice and consent" paradigm in the new era of predictive analytics

  title={The future of consumer data protection in the E.U. Re-thinking the "notice and consent" paradigm in the new era of predictive analytics},
  author={Alessandro Mantelero},
  journal={Comput. Law Secur. Rev.},
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