Special Issue of Internet Policy Review on Protecting “European values” inside data flows

Guest editors

Mira Burri, Faculty of Law, University of Lucerne, Kristina Irion, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, Stefania Milan, Associate Professor of New Media and Digital Culture, University of Amsterdam, Ans Kolk, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam.

Important dates

  • Full paper submissions deadline: 12 November 2020
    All details on paper submissions can be found under http://policyreview.info/authors
  • Peer review process: 12 November 2020 – 15 January 2021
  • International Workshop (in Amsterdam/ online): 29 January 2021
  • Paper revision period: 1 February – 26 March 2021
  • Second review and final publication decision: 29 March – 16 April 2021
  • Readying for publication: 19 April – 30 April 2021
  • Publication of special issue: mid 2021

Contact person: Kristina Irion (email k.irion@uva.nl)

Accepted abstracts

  1. An interdisciplinary systematisation of governance models across dataset sharing
    Jovan Powar, Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Cambridge, Jatinder Singh, Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Cambridge.
  2. Competing logics of data ordering regimes: law, technology, or governance
    Alexandra Giannopoulou, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, Balázs Bodó, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, Kristina Irion, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam.
  3. Data commons stewardship: Embedding European values in data governance
    Jan Zygmuntowski, Management in Networked and Digital Societies (MINDS), Kozminski University, Paul Nemitz, European Legal Studies Department, College of Europe, Brugge.
  4. The case for influencing technology standards with values
    Lukasz Olejnik
    , European Data Protection Supervisor, Brussels, Amelia Andersdotter, Council of European National Top-Level Domain Registries, Brussels.
  5. Social Europe Technology: engineering an innovation lifecycle which strengthens public ordering
    Christopher Csikszentmihalyi, Information Science, Cornell University, and others from the “Social Europe Technologies” (SEuTech) Consortium.
  6. Corporate responsibility and European values in global data flows: Balancing digital innovation, privacy, security and ownership
    Ans Kolk, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, Martijn Dekker, ABN AMRO Bank/ Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam.
  7. Finding a common language for a European-led data governance and stewardship
    Justine Gangneux, Urban Big Data Centre, University of Glasgow.
  8. Looking beyond the individual: a legal conceptualization of AI’s societal harm
    Nathalie Smuha, International and European Law, KU Leuven.
  9. Governing European Values with Data “Multi-localisation”
    Huw Roberts, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Josh Cowls, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Mariarosaria Taddeo, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, Luciano Floridi, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.
  10. Making Digital Data European: A study of the European foundations of AI
    Rocco Bellanova, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, Universiteit van Amsterdam.
  11. Is extraterritorial application promoting European values? Revisiting Article 3 of the General Data Protection Regulation
    Oskar Gstrein, Governance and Innovation, University of Groningen – Campus Fryslan.
  12. Governing European values in the shadow of hierarchy: data protection codes of conduct and certification via enhanced self-regulation
    Rotem Medzini, Federmann School of Public Policy and Government, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
  13. Protecting digitized public service from surveillance creep
    Jockum Hildén
    , Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Helsinki.
  14. Competing visions of social and economic rights in the EU policy debate on AI
    Jedrzej Niklas, Data Justice Lab, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University, Lina Dencik, Data Justice Lab, School of Journalism, Media and Culture, Cardiff University.
  15. How to Account for Power when Applying Value-Sensitive Design in Digital Ecosystems?
    Mattis Jacobs, Informatics, University Hamburg, Christian Kurtz, Informatics, University Hamburg, Judith Simon, Informatics, University Hamburg, Tilo Böhmann, Informatics, University Hamburg.