TILT

Publications Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT)

This is an overview of the 10 most recent publications.

  1. Regulating trade in forest-risk commodities (2020)

    Partiti, E. (Accepted/In press). Regulating trade in forest-risk commodities. Journal of World Trade, 54(1).
  2. Reflecties over de impact van de digitale revolutie op de corporate goernance van Nederandse beursgenoteerde ondernemingen - Een bredere verkenning van ontwikkelingen op het terrein van technologie en data die ongetwijfeld ook het brede terrein van he […] (2019)

    Moerel, L. (Accepted/In press). Reflecties over de impact van de digitale revolutie op de corporate goernance van Nederandse beursgenoteerde ondernemingen: Een bredere verkenning van ontwikkelingen op het terrein van technologie en data die ongetwijfeld ook het brede terrein van het handels- en ondernemingsrecht in brede zin gaan beïnvloeden. Vereeniging Handelsrecht.
  3. The need for multi-disciplinary education about standardization (2019)

    Kanevskaia, O. (Accepted/In press). The need for multi-disciplinary education about standardization. In Sustainable development: Knowledge and education about standardisation (CSR, Sustainability, Ethics & Governance). Springer.
  4. EU labelling practices for products imported from disputed territories (2019)

    Kanevskaia, O. (2019). EU labelling practices for products imported from disputed territories. (TILEC Discussion Paper Series ; Vol. 2019, No. 15).
  5. Professional secrecy of supervisory authorities under MiFID - No longer sacred? (2019)

    Hiemstra, L. (2019). Professional secrecy of supervisory authorities under MiFID: No longer sacred? Law and Financial Markets Review, 13.
  6. Surveillance, privacy and public space in the Stratumseind Living Lab - The smart city debate, beyond data (2019)

    Galic, M. (2019). Surveillance, privacy and public space in the Stratumseind Living Lab: The smart city debate, beyond data. Ars Aequi, 2019(juli/augustus), 570-579.
  7. Improving privacy choice through design - How designing for reflection could support privacy self-management (2019)

    Terpstra, A., Schouten, A., de Rooij, A., & Leenes, R. (2019). Improving privacy choice through design: How designing for reflection could support privacy self-management. First Monday, 24(7), 1-13.
  8. Pre-formulated declarations of data subject consent - Citizen-consumer empowerment and the alignment of data, consumer and competition law protections (2019)

    Clifford, D., Graef, I., & Valcke, P. (2019). Pre-formulated declarations of data subject consent: Citizen-consumer empowerment and the alignment of data, consumer and competition law protections. German Law Journal, 20(5), 679-721.
  9. What is responsible and sustainable data science? (2019)

    Taylor, L., & Purtova, N. (2019). What is responsible and sustainable data science? Big Data & Society, 6(2), [2053951719858114].
  10. Adhering to GDPR codes of conduct: A possible option for SMEs to GDPR certification (2019)

    Lachaud, E. (Accepted/In press). Adhering to GDPR codes of conduct: A possible option for SMEs to GDPR certification. Journal of Data Protection & Privacy, Vol. 3(1), 1-21.