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Bart van der Sloot, Sascha van Schendel, Ten Questions for Future Regulation of Big Data: A Comparative and Empirical Legal Study, 7 (2016) JIPITEC 110 para 1.

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%P 110-145

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  author = 	"van der Sloot, Bart
		and van Schendel, Sascha",
  title = 	"Ten Questions for Future Regulation of Big Data: A Comparative and Empirical Legal Study",
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  year = 	"2016",
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  abstract = 	"Much has been written about Big Data from a technical, economical, juridical and ethical perspective. Still, very little empirical and comparative data is available on how Big Data is approached and regulated in Europe and beyond. This contribution makes a first effort to fill that gap by presenting the reactions to a survey on Big Data from the Data Protection Authorities of fourteen European countries and a comparative legal research of eleven countries. This contribution presents those results, addressing 10 challenges for the regulation of Big Data.",
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  url = 	"http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0009-29-44386"
}

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