Regulating Online Behavioural Advertising Through Data Protection Law

Regulating Online Behavioural Advertising Through Data Protection Law
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This insightful book provides a timely review of the potential threats of advertising technologies, or adtech. It highlights the need to protect internet users not only from privacy risks, but also as consumers and citizens online dealing with a highly complex technological setting.


Jiahong Chen illustrates a concise overview of the technical, economic and legal aspects of adtech together with coverage of other important areas. These include: the ongoing debates around online advertising and data protection, an up-to-date analysis of the application of the GDPR, and insights into both the practices and theories of the regulation of data protection law. The book provides a clear picture of what is truly at stake with online advertising practices, concluding with a critical assessment of the current regime and a proposed approach to reform data protection laws.

This book will provide essential reading for researchers and law students requiring an overview of the legal framework and current practices, alongside legal practitioners and policymakers evaluating the benefits and risks of data-driven technologies.

Introduction
 
PART I PRELIMINARY
Section 1 Short title
Section 2 Interpretation
 
PART II CONFISCATION OF PROCEEDS OF DRUG TRAFFICKING
Section 3 Confiscation orders
Section 4 Assessing the proceeds of drug trafficking
Section 5 Statements relating to proceeds of drug trafficking
Section 6 Amount to be recovered under confiscation order
Section 6A Interest on amounts to be recovered under confiscation orders
Section 7 Definition of principal terms used
 
PART III ENFORCEMENT, ETC. OF CONFISCATION ORDERS
Section 8 Application of procedure for enforcing confiscation orders
Section 9 Cases in which restraint orders and charging orders may be made
Section 10 Restraint ordersSection 11 Charging orders in respect of land, securities, etc.
Section 12 Realisation of property
Section 13 Application of proceeds of realisation and other sums
Section 14 Exercise of powers by Court of First Instance or receiver
Section 15 Variation of confiscation orders