Latest blog articles with tag International and European law

  • Cambridge Analytica blog Privacy Maastricht University

    Cambridge Analytica and the concept of fairness by design

    23 July 2018
    by: 
    Balboni in Law
    Just a few days ago the ICO published its “Investigation into the use of data analytics in political campaigns Investigation update” report that provides details with respect to the office of Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham’s investigation of the widespread use of data analytics in electoral campaigns.
  • Smecc preventie kindermishandeling blog Law Blogs Maastricht

    SMECC: the future of effective child abuse prevention?

    17 July 2018
    SMECC stands for School, Minimum standard, Education, Child-friendly policy and care-Continuum. Imagine SMECC as a flat drawing of a house. The regulatory backstop is the minimum standard in family litigation for competent parenthood – far on the horizon, however, a necessary fundament of human rights. (This blog is Dutch only)
  • Blog about Bob Dylan and Law_But to live outside the law you must be honest_Maastricht University

    Bob Dylan and the law

    12 July 2018
    There was a time when much of the writing about Bob Dylan’s work consisted of the hagiographic musings of eccentric obsessives known as ‘Dylanologists’. In more recent years, however, analysis of Dylan’s body of work has become a more respectable pursuit, no doubt assisted by Dylan’s acquisition of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016.
  • blog on basic income law blogs maastricht

    Four concerns on the basic income (from a human rights perspective)

    6 July 2018
    In this entry I want to mention four considerations that suggest that human rights lawyers should be cautious in embracing basic income as a replacement for human rights. These reflections should be seen as merely exploratory. The basic income in full has never been put in practice, and consequently, it is hard to know exactly what it will entail.
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