Call For Papers
TRANSATLANTIC DATA PRIVACY RELATIONSHIPS AS A CHALLENGE FOR DEMOCRACY
European Integration and Democracy Series, Vol. 4
The Centre for Direct Democracy Studies (CDDS), University of Białystok, Poland (UwB) is pleased to announce a call for papers for the upcoming fourth volume in the European Integration and Democracy series, devoted to transatlantic data privacy relationships as a challenge for democracy.
The Centre, aiming to foster both academic research and policy analysis about the challenges posed by European integration to the notion of democracy, in 2012 established a dedicated, peer‐reviewed book series that produced, up‐to‐date, three volumes, each analysing a single challenge.
From the third volume onwards, Intersentia – a Belgian‐based reputable international printing house –publishes the series in accordance with the Guaranteed Peer‐Review Contents (GPRC) standard. To satisfy its multiple curiosities, for the present volume, the Centre has joined forces with the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology & Society (LSTS), Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium (VUB) and the Centre for Commercial Law (CCL), Bond University, Australia.