Human enhancement is currently an expanding field of science that challenges our perception of reality and human nature on a daily basis. Human enhancement technologies vary tremendously and how they benefit humans depends on the nature of each particular technology. The significant rise and rapid advancement of human enhancement technologies nowadays, especially artificial organs, poses a new breed of questions and challenges the ethics and morality of our society.
In the light of the recent news regarding the CJEU decision in the Planet 49 case and the fine imposed to Vueling Airlines by the Spanish DPA I am sharing my thoughts on the complex topic of cookies and especially Google analytics cookies in the light of GDPR and ePrivacy Directive.
Consent — the Ultimate Lawful Basis for Processing Personal Data by Mobile Apps? Think Again [ARTICLE]
My first GDPR related article in English spotlights the topic of GDPR implementation in the field of mobile software development. This brief analysis highlights reasons to stop depending on consent by default as an umbrella lawful ground for processing personal data by mobile applications.