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Surveillance Capitalism in the Internet of Loos: Can the General Data Protection Regulation Counter Digital Dispossession?

Yay I’ve finished the 6th chapter of my book on Internet of Things and the Law (Routledge, forthcoming)! The IoT constitutes an unprecedented challenge to privacy for a twofold reason.[1] First, it is progressively eroding the area of what can be regarded as private. Traditionally, the home and the body were the most sacred ofContinue reading “Surveillance Capitalism in the Internet of Loos: Can the General Data Protection Regulation Counter Digital Dispossession?”