Bart van der Sloot

Privacy & Big Data

Bart van der Sloot specializes in questions revolving around law and technology, privacy and Big Data. He also publishes regularly on topics such as the liability of internet providers, data protection and internet regulation. He is an associate professor at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society, Tilburg University, and is the General Editor of the European Data Protection Law Review. Bart has a dual background in philosophy and law.

Privacy & the European Convention

The right to privacy, article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR)

The right to be let alone....by yourself

Do you have a right to be let alone by your (digital) self?

Social & Horizontal Privacy

Privacy violations by citizens; drones, spyproducts, smart applications

Privacy as Virtue 

Citizens, businesses and states have a moral obligation to protect the privacy of others

Data Protection & Transnational Dataflows

The General Data Protection Regulation, the e-Privacy Directive & the EU-US data sharing agreement

Big Data & Privacy

Big Data, data analytics, profiling & automated decision making

Internet Providers & Media Agengies

The liability of internet providers, User Generated Content & Online Journalism

Open Data & Re-use

Open Data & the Re-use of Public Sector Information