Law, justice and ethics for preemptive security practices

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Samenvatting

The current evolution of security practices is marked by a global trend towards pre-emption, in
which predictive data mining and profiling techniques are playing an increasingly prominent
role. Do evolving security practices represent specific new challenges for law, ethics and
justice, requiring ad-hoc legal responses? Discussing a possible answer to this question, the
present paper first explores the essential features of such practices as currently developed in
the name of security. Second, it examines the possible need to reframe the right to data
protection in the light of such developments, and the eventual need for other legal responses
Originele taal-2English
TitelD 7.3 PRISE Conference Proceedings: “Towards privacy enhancing security technologies – the next steps” Vienna, April 28th and 29th 2008
RedacteurenJohann Čas
Pagina's79-89
Aantal pagina's11
StatusPublished - 1 feb 2009

Publicatie series

NaamD 7.3 PRISE Conference Proceedings: “Towards privacy enhancing security technologies – the next steps” Vienna, April 28th and 29th 2008

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Johann Čas

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