Digital Detectives: A Research Agenda for Consumer Forensics

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Consumer law enforcement through computational investigations. – II.1. The CPC Regulation. – II.2. DSA. – III. Computational Measurements of Influencer Activity: a case study for digital enforcement. – IV. Consumer forensics: a new field for digital detectives. – IV.1. Consolidating data collection and...

Regulation of Crypto-assets in the EU: Future-proofing the Regulation of Innovation in Digital Finance

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Regulating innovation in the digitalised age. – II.1. Impact of regulation on innovation. – II.2. Crypto-assets as innovation: a moving target. – III. The regulation of crypto-assets in the EU. – III.1. The MiCA framework, its objectives and challenges. – III.2. Activity- and risk-based approach to...

Introduction: Future-proof Regulation and Enforcement for the Digitalised Age

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Abstract: This Special Section is devoted to assessing whether core areas and core values of European law are future-proof (and how they could or should be made future-proof) in light of developments in terms of digitalisation and technological innovation. It is the result of a joint project of researchers at the Utrecht Centre for Regulation and...

Digital Libraries Under EU Copyright Law: A Relationship Set in Stone?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction: libraries and copyright law in the digital networked environment. – II. Digital library developments: institutional organisation, purpose and functions. – III. Assessment: digital libraries under the modernised DSM directive: is EU copyright law currently future-proof? – III.1. Institutional organisation. – III.2...

Targeted Retention of Communications Metadata: Future-proofing the Fight Against Serious Crime in Europe

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction: data retention and future-proofing. – II. “The Lighthouse for Privacy Rights in Europe”? Past and present CJEU case law on communications data retention. – II.1 Retain in haste, repent at leisure: the legacy of Directive 2006/24/EC. – II.2. La Quadrature du Net and Privacy International: from...

Consumer Protection in the Age of Personalised Marketing: Is EU Law Future-proof?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Personalised marketing and its potential to exploit consumer vulnerabilities. – II.1. Personalised marketing. – II.2. Potential to exploit consumer vulnerabilities. – III. Consumer protection against personalised marketing: shortcomings of the current EU legal framework. – III.1. The Unfair Commercial...

The Informalisation of EU Readmission Policy: Eclipsing Human Rights Protection Under the Shadow of Informality and Conditionality

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Table of Contents: I. Informality and the EU external action on migration and asylum. – I.1. Informalisation and cooperation on the readmission. – I.2. Growing interest in informalisation: a literature review. – II. Informalisation, soft law and soft agreements: key concepts and definitions in the readmission policy field. – II.1. Understanding...

Preface: Rewriting Landmark Judgments of the European Court of Justice: A New Project for European Papers and a New Way of ‘Doing EU Law’

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Abstract: This preface to the new series What ... Should Have Said: Rewriting Landmark Judgments of the European Court of Justice introduces the project and its rationale. Legal scholars typically critically analyse court judgments so as to provide a "soft power based" check on judicial reasoning and provide doctrinal and normative guidance...

Convention Control Over the Application of Union Law by National Judges: The Case for a Wholistic Approach to Fundamental Rights

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Table of Contents: I. Convention control over the application of Union law by domestic courts. – I.1 The principle. – I.2. Applications. – II. The case for a wholistic approach to fundamental rights: state of the play. – II.1. The European Court of Human Rights. – II.2. The Court of Justice of the European Union. – III. Conclusion....

The Use of ECtHR Case Law by the CJEU: Instrumentalisation or Quest for Autonomy and Legitimacy?

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Table of Contents: I. Introduction. – II. Post-Charter situation at first glance. – III. Post-Charter situation: second thoughts. – III.1. Autonomy (first). – III.2. Legitimacy (when needed). – IV. Conclusion: what about the standard of protection?

Abstract: Whilst the ECtHR’s case-law has occupied...

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