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The Data Act proposal of February 2022 constitutes a central element of a broader and extremely ambitious initiative by the European Commission to regulate the data economy. CiTiP’s Data Act White Paper, which is based and expands on a coordinated series of blog posts published by CiTiP during the summer of 2022 (https://www.law.kuleuven.be/citip/b...
The White Paper offers an academic perspective to the discussion on the Data Governance Act proposal (“DGA proposal”), as adopted by the European Commission in November 2020. It contains a legal analysis of the DGA proposal and includes recommendations to amend its shortcomings. The White Paper aims to cover the full spectrum of the DGA proposal an...
The right to contest automated decisions as provided by Article 22 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a due process provision with concrete transparency implications. Based on this, the paper in hand aims, first, to provide an interpretation of Art 22 and the right to contest (as the key provision in determining the contours of tra...
Techno-regulation is a prominent mechanism for regulating human behaviour. One type of techno-regulation concerns automated decision-making with legal effects. While automated decision-making (ADM) systems in the public domain have traditionally been based on conscious design of decisional norms, increasingly, Data Science methodologies are used to...
The paper intends to identify certain "rule of law" implications of Big Data analysis from a techno-regulatory perspective-namely, (i) the collapse of the normative enterprise, (ii) the erosion of moral enterprise and (iii) replacing of causative basis with correlative calculations. Although these implications are not completely specific to Big Dat...
There are no FOSS licenses specifically tailored for Turkish law and until now, no significant jurisprudence has been reported on the matter. Despite the lack of concentrated scholarly attention, the use of various international FOSS licenses is common in the Turkish private sector. The public administration has also launched several projects that...