1. Data Protection in the Case Law of Strasbourg and Luxemburg: Constitutionalisation in Action
P. Hert, S. Gutwirth
2. The Right to Informational Self-Determination and the Value of Self-Development: Reassessing the Importance of Privacy for Democracy
Antoinette Rouvroy, Yves Poullet
3. Data Protection as a Fundamental Right
4. Consent in Data Protection Law: Privacy, Fair Processing and Confidentiality
5. The Concepts of Identity and Identifiablity: Legal and Technical Deadlocks for Protecting Human Beings in the Information Society?
6. Role of Trade Associations: Data Protection as a Negotiable Issue
7. The Role of Data Protection Authorities
8. The Role of Citizens: What Can Dutch, Flemish and English Students Teach Us About Privacy?
Ronald Leenes, Isabelle Oomen
9. Consent, Proportionality and Collective Power
Lee A. Bygrave, Dag Wiese Schartum
10. Is a Global Data Protection Regulatory Model Possible?
11. Technical Standards as Data Protection Regulation
Jane K. Winn
12. Privacy Actors, Performances and the Future of Privacy Protection
Charles Raab, Bert-Jaap Koops
13. First Pillar and Third Pillar: Need for a Common Approach on Data Protection?
Diana Alonso Blas
14. Who is Profiling Who? Invisible Visibility
15. Challenges in Privacy Advocacy
16. Developing an Adequate Legal Framework for International Data Transfers
17. Towards a Common European Approach to Data Protection: A Critical Analysis of Data Protection Perspectives of the Council of Europe and the European Union
18. Freedom of Information Versus Privacy: Friends or Foes?
19. Privacy Protection on the Internet: Risk Management and Networked Normativity