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- A "Layered approach” to the extraterritoriality of data privacy laws, [Search]
Article by Dan Svantesson in International Data Privacy Laws.
- Article 29 Working Group, Opinion 8/2010 on Applicable Law [Search]
Clarifies the scope of application of Directive 95/46/EC (Working Paper 179, Dec. 16, 2010)
- Determining the International Application of EU Data Protection Law to Personal Data Processing on the Internet by Non-EU Based Web Sites [Search]
Working Document by Article 29 Working Group (Working Paper 56, adopted on 30 May 2002)Clarifies the scope of application of Directive 95/46/EC.
- Geo-identification – Now They Know Where You Live
Article by Dr Svantesson. Published in Privacy Law & Policy Reporter, Vol. 11 No 6 (April 2005); pp. 171 – 174.
- Geo-location Technologies – A Brief Overview
Dr Dan Svantesson (Conference paper presented at Cyberspace 2004: Normative Framework, October 2004, Brno Czech Rep.)
- International law challenges to location privacy protection [Search]
Article by Joanna Kulesza in International Data Privacy Law.
- Internet Policy and Governance [Search]
Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament confirming EU’s commitment to investigate Internet jurisdictional issues.
- The Legal Implications of Geo-identification [Search]
Conference paper presented by Dr Dan Svantesson at Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference July 2005, Hamilton New Zealand.
- Opinion of Advocate General Jääskinen in Google Spain SL, Google Inc. v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD) (Case C-131/12) [Search]
Deals with the territorial scope of application of the EU Data Protection Directive.
- PLPR, Cases and complaints: Macquarie Bank v Berg [Search]
Privacy Law and Policy Reporter (July/August 1999 - Volume 6, No.2). Article by Zoe Parry
- Privacy, the Internet and transborder data flows – An Australian perspective [Search]
By Dan Svantesson in Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology.
- Vidal-Hall & Ors v Google Inc  EWHC 13 (QB) [Search]
An England and Wales High Court case confirming the possibility of actions for ‘misuse of personal information’ which discusses associated jurisdictional issues.