11 search results for “online privacy” in the Public website
Research into the development of privacy-friendly care games for children.
Privacy and identity
What issues arise in the changing landscape of privacy, identity and data protection?
Pieter's Corner: Online privacy
In our digital society, the internet seems to offer endless possibilities for expressing yourself, gathering information, and making contact with others. The anonymity of the internet seems to give us the freedom to come and go as we please. But what about our online privacy? Should it be dealt with…
Helena Ursic gave interview about privacy, digital technologies and social media
Our researcher and PhD candidate Helena Ursic was interviewed with Druzina, one of the biggest weekly newspapers in Slovenia.
Can we measure the privacy component of online advertising?
On 29 January 2019, Robbert J. van Eijk will defend his Ph.D thesis, in which he investigates the online advertisements that seem to follow you.
The Netherlands one of the leaders in privacy protection
The Netherlands generally performs above average in the protection of personal data, according to research carried out at Leiden University. Germany is the leading country, while countries such as Italy and Romania are lagging behind.
eLaw in Ars Aequi
Privacy continues to keep the attention: from MeToo! to Facebook. The legal magazine 'Ars Aequi' has published a special issue 2019 dedicated to the concept of Privacy. Three contributions originate from eLaw, the center for Law and Digital Technologies at the Faculty of Law.
Could the General Data Protection Regulation save our online privacy?
In 2016 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force. The GDPR aims to give control to individuals over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international businesses by unifying regulation within the EU. PhD candidate Helena Ursic-Vrabec examined the…
Robbert van Eijk on NOS news site about the online advertising market
More and more companies are watching while you surf the internet. Robbert van Eijk, dual PhD student on the program of Leiden University Dual PhD Centre, wrote his dissertation on this subject. On 29 January, 2019, Van Eijk obtained his doctorate for his research on online privacy.
PhD Candidate Robbert van Eijk measures privacy component in online advertising
You check out Facebook to see if one of your friends or someone in your family has done something interesting. Your attention is drawn to a holiday advert. That’s a coincidence, you think, because just before you went to Facebook you had been searching internet for a holiday destination. But this is…
A treasure trove of legal data
Data science offers great opportunities for legal research, according to Simone van der Hof and Bart Custers (eLaw). But at the same time, we have to keep an eye on the unwanted side effects of big data - such as ethnic profiling.