Protecting European Citizens and Market Participants

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  1. 2020
  2. Wessel, R. A. (2020). Differentiated Integration in EU Foreign, Security and Defence Policy: Options for Neighbouring States. Paper presented at The EU’s Relations with its Neighbours, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  3. Wessel, R. A. (2020). Legal Competences of the European Union in International Arms Control. Paper presented at Contemporary Challenges in the Field of Non-Proliferation/ Arms Control Policy and EU Responses, Vienna, Austria.
  4. 2019
  5. Nautsch, A., Jasserand, C., Kindt, E., Todisco, M., Trancoso, I., & Evans, N. (2019). The GDPR and Speech Data: Reflections of the Legal and Technology Communities: First Steps towards a Common Understanding. Paper presented at Interspeech, Graz, Austria.
  6. 2018
  7. Jasserand, C., & Ross, A. (2018). Privacy through Biometric De-identification: Bridging the Gap Between Legal and Technological Perspectives. Paper presented at The 11th Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference , Washington, United States.
  8. 2017
  9. Adema, R. (2017). Some remarks with regard to international tax planning, tax risk management and tax strategy. Paper presented at Ethiek en belastingrecht, Groningen, Netherlands.
  10. Moyakine, E. (2017). International Responsibility of States for Cyber Operations: The Challenges of Attribution. Paper presented at Cyberspace 2017 : 15th International Conference on Cyberspace, Brno, Czech Republic.
  11. 2016
  12. Milaj, J. (2016). Smart meters as non-purpose built surveillance tools. Paper presented at 4th Annual Privacy Forum , Frankfurt, Germany.
  13. Voogsgeerd, H. (2016). The nature of the asymmetry between trade and labour rights in trade agreements of the EU. Paper presented at European Union in International Affairs V (EUIA), Brussels, Belgium.
  14. 2015
  15. 2014
  16. Weishaar, S. (2014). Bid rigging: tensions between competition law and public procurement law. Paper presented at Academisch Genootschap Aanbesteden, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  17. Weishaar, S. (2014). Competition and Procurement: 2014 reforms – mixed blessings or our happily ever after?. Paper presented at State aid and public procurement in the European Union, Maastricht, Netherlands.
  18. Milaj-Weishaar, J. (2014). Invalidation of the Data Retention Directive - Extending the proportionality test. Paper presented at Technology and Crime: Law, Privacy and Policy in the era of Big Data, Barcelona, Spain.
  19. Weishaar, S. (2014). Striking an uneasy balance between competition and market integration: the case of EU public procurement. Paper presented at Market Integration: The EU experience and implications for regulatory reform in China, Beijing, China.
  20. 2013
  21. Milaj-Weishaar, J. (2013). A privacy assessment of surveillance technologies. Paper presented at Privacy and identity management, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
  22. Milaj-Weishaar, J., & Weishaar, S. (2013). Emissions trading transaction logs and Data Protection? Bars to linking?. Paper presented at Environment taxation and green fiscal reform for a sustainable future, Kyoto, Japan.
  23. Milaj-Weishaar, J. (2013). Privacy of communication and the leviathanian technology advances. Paper presented at Online Privacy: Consenting to your future, Valletta, Malta.
  24. 2012
  25. Willems, J. H. M. (2012). Non solus sed etiam: boni malique coniugatio. Paper presented at Corporate Game SGOR 2012, Netherlands.

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