September 18, 2019
UNDER THE EUROPEAN GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION
Geographical information plays a permanently increasing role in our society. More and more devices and applications use and process geographical information to serve all kinds of purposes. Smartphones, cars, e-bikes, scooters or foot shackles for law enforcement purposes collect and process geographical information on a permanent basis. Here, we take a close look at privacy issues and the data protection perspective, namely considering the European GDPR and experiences gained one year after its entry into effect.
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By Dr. Philip Lüghausen and Dr. Matthias Lachenmann