This deliverable will describe the coordinated theory of trust in the data economy, based on existing literature in the field of law and ethics. This will consider two particular issues: commodification of personal data and the trade-between protection and individual empowerment over data (e.g. data protection by design measures such as homomorphic encryption may prevent empowerment as they prevent individuals from exercising their rights of access or erasure). The first iteration will be high-level exploration and a setting out of the research methodology for the surveys and semi-structured interviews. The second iteration will present the results of the surveys and interviews, make a more in-depth analysis of selected topics based on those results, and present concrete recommendations for all stakeholders to foster trust in data markets. A Revised version of this deliverable will be available at M36.
Concrete specification of the legal and ethical requirements that need to be taken into account for the development of the non-personal data use case in WP7. The main focus will be on intellectual property law, competition law, network security and relevant legislative proposals at EU level such as the proposed Regulation for the free flow of non-personal data
Concrete specification of the legal and ethical requirements that need to be taken into account for the development of the personal data use case in WP6. The main focus will be on legal frameworks such as the GDPR, and the proposals for an ePrivacy Regulation and Digital Content Directive.
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