Opinions 4th Quarter 2018
The GDPR and the Right to Be Forgotten

As of 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) directly applies to all EU member states, aiming to (1) provide a unified high standard of data protection for individuals in the EU and (2) embrace businesses by replacing the patchwork carpet of 28 national data protection laws with a single catalog of rules. Not least because of... >>

Hendrik Seidel Associate in the Germany office of Baker McKenzie
Opinions 4th Quarter 2018
The Rise of Instrumental Citizenship
Prof. Dr. Christian Joppke Executive Director of the Institute of Sociology and Professor of General Sociology at the University of Bern
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Thailand’s Growing Wealth Management Industry
Benjamin Cavalli Head of Private Banking Southeast Asia and CEO Singapore, Credit Suisse, Singapore
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
The Commodification of Citizenship and the Ethics of Human Rights
Prof. Hussein Abbass School of Engineering and Information Technology, University of New South Wales, Australia
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Global Warming and Climate Change: Reasons to Remain Hopeful
Dr. Cathy Symington and Marie-Noëlle Keijzer
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Claims Handling with Health Insurance
Agustin Lopez Carrasco Head of Claim Services, Swiss Insurance Partners AG, Switzerland
Opinions 3rd Quarter 2018
Politics and the Regulation of Space
Dr. Marcello di Paola Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria; Research and Teaching Fellow, LUISS University, Italy
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