Your Data Is My Data: A Framework for Addressing Interdependent Privacy Infringements

@article{Kamleitner2019YourDI,
  title={Your Data Is My Data: A Framework for Addressing Interdependent Privacy Infringements},
  author={B. Kamleitner and V. Mitchell},
  journal={Journal of Public Policy & Marketing},
  year={2019},
  volume={38},
  pages={433 - 450}
}
  • B. Kamleitner, V. Mitchell
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • Journal of Public Policy & Marketing
  • Everyone holds personal information about others. Each person’s privacy thus critically depends on the interplay of multiple actors. In an age of technology integration, this interdependence of data protection is becoming a major threat to privacy. Yet current regulation focuses on the sharing of information between two parties rather than multiactor situations. This study highlights how current policy inadequacies, illustrated by the European Union General Data Protection Regulation, can be… CONTINUE READING
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