‘Trade in Data: Constructive Limits of Personal Data Ownership’

“Trade in data is becoming crucial for economic growth in Europe. In this context, creating data ownership rights is one way to provide a clear legal framework for the emerging data economy. However, to circumvent privacy issues spurred by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the subject-matter of trade-oriented debates is typically restricted to non-personal data, ie to data that presumably fall outside the GDPR scope …” (more)

[Václav Janeček, Oxford Business Law Blog, 31 May]

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