European Data Protection Regulation, Journalism, and Traditional Publishers
Balancing on a Tightrope?
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found that, notwithstanding confusing laws, data authorities have regulated journalism through contextual rights balancing. However, they have struggled to establish a clear standard of strictness or ensure consistent enforcement. Their stance regarding other publishers has been more confused -
whilst academics have been subject to onerous restrictions developed for medical and related research, other writers and artists have been largely ignored. This book suggests that contextual rights balancing should be extended to all traditional publishers and systematically developed through robust co-regulation that draws on the strength of both statutory control and self-regulation.
the Faculty of Law and at Balliol College in Oxford. David's work has examined the development of human rights systems (including through a monograph Delegating Rights Protection (2010)) and also the law and governance of information. Drawing on a background in both political science and law, his
research has blended doctrinal analysis with rigorous quantitative and qualitative methodology from social science. His most recent work has focused on the interface between European data protection and freedom of expression.