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Regards sur le nouveau droit des données personnelles

Abstract : Just over 40 years after the entry into force in France of the "informatique et libertés" law, the law on personal data seems to have progressed dramatically. In 2018, the new European regulation (known as the " GDPR ") came into force. A law and then an ordinance adapted French domestic law accordingly. The first part of 2019 was marked by the rise of the sanctions imposed by the CNIL. Some of the contributions collected in this book address cross-cutting issues related to the new regulation, such as its territorial scope, competition from the American model, the scope of the notion of data controller, the existence of post-mortem rights over the data, or the limits of the principle of transparency in the face of the opacity of predictive algorithms. Others focus on a particular sector, whether it is banking, health, insurance or data on public officials.
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Emmanuel Netter, Valère Ndior, Jean-Ferdinand Puyraimond, Suzanne Vergnolle. Regards sur le nouveau droit des données personnelles. Centre de droit privé et de sciences criminelles d'Amiens. 2019, 979-10-97323-05-9. ⟨hal-02357967⟩



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