Cross-Border Data Protection Network

Event Publications

The Use of Live Facial Recognition Technology by Law Enforcement

Dr Allison M Holmes

University of Kent

These slides were presented by Dr Allison Holmes at the CROSS-DPN event 'Data protection, law enforcement and intelligence sharing'.

Delimiting Digital Searches: Observations on Irish Law and Reform

Dr TJ McIntyre

UCD Sutherland School of Law

These slides were presented by Dr Tj McIntyre at the CROSS-DPN event 'Data protection, law enforcement and intelligence sharing'.

The Evolution of Information sharing in EU Counter-terrorism

Dr Christine Andreeva

DCU School of Law and Government

These slides were presented by Christine Andreeva at the CROSS-DPN event 'Data protection, law enforcement and intelligence sharing'.

Dr Karen Mc Cullagh

University of East Anglia

These slides were presented by Dr Karen Mc Cullagh at the first CROSS-DPN event ' Commercial data transfers between UK and EU and the adequacy decision'.

Dr Maria Grazia Porcedda

Trinity College Dublin

These slides were presented by Maria Grazia Porcedda at the second CROSS-DPN event 'Data Protection Concerns in Cross Border Research and Practice'

Prof. Séamus McGuinness & Prof. Adele Bergin

Economic & Social Research Institute

These slides were presented by Séamus McGuinness & Adele Bergin at the second CROSS-DPN event 'Data Protection Concerns in Cross Border Research and Practice'

Book Publications

Edoardo Celeste

Dublin City University

The Framework of New EU-UK relations includes chapter 10 which was written by Edoardo Celeste focusing on the future of data protection post Brexit.

Fabbrini, Celeste and Quinn (eds)

Dublin City University

This publication examines developments in the field of privacy law, efforts by legal systems to impose their data protection standards beyond their borders.

Edoardo Celeste

Dublin City University

This chapter aims to reconstruct the meaning of digital sovereignty, and to understand the significance, rationale and challenges of this concept as a core value inspiring recent policy.

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Edoardo Celeste

Dublin City University

The chapter maps the legal architecture for the protection of personal data in the EU, examines its resilience in the context of Covid-19 and explores the question of the extraterritorial application of EU data protection law.

Edoardo Celeste

Dublin City University

This paper reconstructs how the UK data protection framework has evolved in the last four years, from the time of the Brexit referendum to the introduction of the TCA.