Differing Views of Privacy Rights in the EU and U.S., and the Resulting Challenges to International Banking: An Interview with Joseph Cannataci

Posted: 20 Nov 2016

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Michelle Frasher

Fulbright-Schuman Scholar

W. Travis Selmier

Indiana University Bloomington - Department of Political Science

Date Written: September 1, 2016

Abstract

Joseph Cannataci studied law at the University of Oslo and received his Doctor of Laws degree (LLD) from the University of Malta. In addition to serving on research projects and committees in the Council of Europe, he has written books and legal articles on data protection law, liability for expert systems, medical informatics, self-regulation and the Internet, the EU Constitution and data protection, police data, and other related topics. He leads several multinational projects involving finance, information, technology, law, and law enforcement–—including the largest EU-supported multi-million Euro research projects investigating personal data in surveillance aspects of security, counter-terrorism, and police work. Joe founded and today coordinates the LexConverge network, which groups Information Technology Law research institutes and firms from over 30 countries.

Keywords: privacy rights. informatics, private information, self-regulation, law and information

Suggested Citation

Frasher, Michelle and Selmier, W. Travis, Differing Views of Privacy Rights in the EU and U.S., and the Resulting Challenges to International Banking: An Interview with Joseph Cannataci (September 1, 2016). Business Horizons, Vol. 56, No. 6, 2013, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2872858

Michelle Frasher

Fulbright-Schuman Scholar ( email )

DC
United States

W. Travis Selmier (Contact Author)

Indiana University Bloomington - Department of Political Science ( email )

Bloomington, IN
United States

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