October 16, 2015
The issues include transparency and information obligations on data controllers, consent in the repurposing of personal data, balancing public interest against individual needs to legitimise personal data processing, regulating the profiling of individuals, and protecting digital rights when data transfer is happening to third parties or countries, Technology Law Dispatch reported.
The study commissioned by the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee criticises the development of the DSM for being overly commercially and economically driven, and ignoring the key legal and social challenges of data protection.
The strategy was unveiled earlier this year and aims to remove regulatory barriers so that digital services can operate seamlessly across the EU, which the study says downplays the complexity of daa anonymisation and minimisation in Big Data.
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