WHEN DATA GETS PERSONAL: Dr David Kenny
The use of data has become one of this century's most contentious legal and moral issues. But while the GDPR was designed to give citizens control of their own personal data in a world of Big Tech and intrusive states, issues from police surveillance to the "right to be forgotten" have shown how such control can have unintended social consequences. Christopher Kissane speaks with Dr David Kenny, Associate Professor of Law at Trinity College Dublin.
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