TILT

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

This is an overview of the 10 most recent publications.

  1. Regulating transnational sustainability regimes under EU and WTO Law (2021)

    Partiti, E. (2021). Regulating transnational sustainability regimes under EU and WTO Law. Cambridge University Press.
  2. Citizen sensing - Towards a right to contribute to environmental information (2020)

    Berti Suman, A. (Author). (2020). Citizen sensing: Towards a right to contribute to environmental information. Web publication/site, Tilburg University. https://blog.uvt.nl/environmentallaw/?p=443
  3. Making visible politically masked risks - The haze case of bottom-up data visualization (2020)

    Berti Suman, A. (2020). Making visible politically masked risks: The haze case of bottom-up data visualization. In Data visualisation in society (pp. 425-441). Amsterdam University Press/WRR.
  4. Promoting health and environmental rights through participatory noise mapping in the city (2020)

    Berti Suman, A. (Author). (2020). Promoting health and environmental rights through participatory noise mapping in the city. Web publication/site, . https://www.humanrightshere.com/post/promoting-health-and-environmental-rights-through-participatory-noise-mapping-in-the-city
  5. Sensing Covid-19 and climate change (2020)

    Berti Suman, A. (Author). (2020). Sensing Covid-19 and climate change. Web publication/site, Tilburg University. https://blog.uvt.nl/environmentallaw/?p=430
  6. Sensing the risk - In search of the factors influencing the policy uptake of citizen sensing (2020)

    Berti Suman, A. (2020). Sensing the risk: In search of the factors influencing the policy uptake of citizen sensing. Studio .
  7. Technology for our future? - Exploring the duty to report and processes of subjectification relating to digitalized suicide prevention (2020)

    Broer, T. (2020). Technology for our future? Exploring the duty to report and processes of subjectification relating to digitalized suicide prevention. Information, 11(3).
  8. A right to a rule - On the substance and essence of the fundamental right to personal data protection (2020)

    Dalla Corte, L. (2020). A right to a rule: On the substance and essence of the fundamental right to personal data protection. In D. Hallinan, R. Leenes, S. Gutwirth, & P. De Hert (Eds.), Data protection and privacy: Data protection and democracy (pp. 27-58). Hart Publishing.
  9. Godot is finally coming? - The great convergence of services markets within the EU (2020)

    Delimatsis, P. (2020). Godot is finally coming? The great convergence of services markets within the EU. In J. Chaisse (Ed.), Sixty years of European integration and global power shifts : Perceptions, interactions and lessons (pp. 127-159). (Modern Studies in European Law). Hart Publishing.
  10. The proposed ePrivacy regulation - The commission's and the parliament's draft s at a crossroads? (2020)

    Gil Gonzalez, E., de Hert, P., & Papakonstantinou, V. (2020). The proposed ePrivacy regulation: The commission's and the parliament's draft s at a crossroads? In D. Hallinan, R. Leenes, S. Gutwirth, & P. De Hert (Eds.), Data protection and privacy : Data protection and democracy (pp. 267-298). Hart Publishers.