Dr David Erdos Lawyer

Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law
David’s Data Protection and the Open Society project has developed arguments about the nature, substance and operation of the law by drawing on rigorous comparative empirical analysis using both quantitative and qualitative methods. This analysis, which draws on his background in both law and political science, has demonstrated that in terms of the application of Data Protection law to journalism, literature and the arts, large differences continue to be apparent between European Union countries. Moreover, such differences appear to reflect broader fissures in legal culture. Anglo and Germanic jurisdictions have tended to insulate journalism from Data Protection, whilst the law of Latin and East European jurisdictions stipulate onerous Data Protection standards even in this sensitive field. A strict approach here is also strongly correlated both with tight restrictions in the cognate fields of social science and biomedical research and with stringent formal Data Protection standards generally. At the doctrinal level, the project has explored, firstly, the difficulties of determining what sort of activities fall within the Data Protection derogation for journalism, art and literature and, more specifically, how Data Protection has affected the flow of information within research – an area where its stipulations are taken relatively seriously.
Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law
Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) The Faculty of Law 10 West Road Cambridge CB3 9DZ United Kingdom
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Centre for Public Law
Centre for Public Law (CPL) The Faculty of Law 10 West Road Cambridge CB3 9DZ United Kingdom
Dr David Erdos
Dr David Erdos is Deputy Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (CIPIL) and University Senior Lecturer in Law and the Open Society in the Faculty of Law.  He is also WYNG Fellow in Law at Trinity Hall.  David’s principal research interests focuses on data protection looking especially at how to reconcile this with freedom of expression in the areas of journalism, academic scholarship and social media.  This work intersects with debates on internet governance generally including, in particular, the liability and responsibility of “intermediary” actors such as Facebook and Google.  David’s work has been published widely in leading legal and socio-legal journals including the Cambridge Law Journal, the Common Market Law Review, Public Law and the Journal of Law and Society.
Dr David Erdos
Dr Erdos’ core subject area is socio-legal studies. His research interests include constitutional law and politics especially in the UK and other similar-style democracies. He has worked on the origins and impact of bills of rights and the relationship between Europe and the constitution, and, more recently, on the regulation of the collection and use of human data including how such protections may conflict with other important values such as free speech.
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"Respecting individuals’ rights ... is vital to maintaining the public’s trust, and this applies to journalism just as much as any other purpose." @iconews launch Call for Views on interface between #dataprotection & #journalism https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2019/04/helping-us-strike-the-right-balance-between-journalism-and-data-protection/ … #GDPR #privacy
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Dr David Erdos joins OECD volunteer group of privacy experts
This transnational group is charged with reviewing the 1980 OECD Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data and the associated OECD Privacy Framework, and coming up with recommendations for the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) membership.  The OECD Guidelines constituted the first transnational privacy instrument in the world and its principles were in key respects the inspiration behind both the Council of Europe’s Data Protection Convention (1981) and the European Union’s Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC.  Unlike these other two bodies, the OECD brings together not only a wide range of European countries but also the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Korea to work together on equal basis in the solving of global problems.   The Privacy Volunteer Group, which is chaired by the Privacy Commissioner of Canada Jennifer Stoddart, brings together experts from governments, privacy enforcement authorities, academia, business, civil society and the Internet technical community. It is charged with making recommendations to the OECD’s Working Party on Information Security and Privacy within one year with a possible extension for further work in particular areas if needed.  Further information on the OECD’s work on privacy is available.
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Erdős number
Erdős numbers have been a part of the folklore of mathematicians throughout the world for many years. Among all working mathematicians at the turn of the millennium who have a finite Erdős number, the numbers range up to 15, the median is 5, and the mean is 4.65;[4] almost everyone with a finite Erdős number has a number less than 8. Due to the very high frequency of interdisciplinary collaboration in science today, very large numbers of non-mathematicians in many other fields of science also have finite Erdős numbers.[28] For example, political scientist Steven Brams has an Erdős number of 2. In biomedical research, it is common for statisticians to be among the authors of publications, and many statisticians can be linked to Erdős via John Tukey, who has an Erdős number of 2. Similarly, the prominent geneticist Eric Lander and the mathematician Daniel Kleitman have collaborated on papers,[29][30] and since Kleitman has an Erdős number of 1,[31] a large fraction of the genetics and genomics community can be linked via Lander and his numerous collaborators. Similarly, collaboration with Gustavus Simmons opened the door for Erdős numbers within the cryptographic research community, and many linguists have finite Erdős numbers, many due to chains of collaboration with such notable scholars as Noam Chomsky (Erdős number 4),[32] William Labov (3),[33] Mark Liberman (3),[34] Geoffrey Pullum (3),[35] or Ivan Sag (4).[36] There are also connections with arts fields.[37]
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