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EDPL 3/2017: New Europol Regulation, AI, tracking and more

The latest issue 3/2017 of the European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL) features critical articles on the new Europol Regulation and purpose limitations, how EU data protection can be inspired by the US approach to unfair commercial practices, data protection in the age of AI and robotics, and the regulation of tracking walls and take-it-or-leave-it choices. In our GDPR Implementation Series, we continue reporting on Member States’ preparation for the date of applicability of the GDPR – this time with updates from Luxembourg and Spain. Also in the new issue: four case notes on C-434/16 Nowak, Opinion 1/15 on the EU-Canada PNR Agreement, the hearing in C-498/16 Schrems II,  and C–13/16 Rigas satiksme.

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