Claudia Quelle's research project examines the risk-based approach to data protection law in relation to fundamental rights. She is particularly interested in the question who is responsible for the protection of our fundamental rights and freedoms in the context of the processing of personal data. At CPDP, she will discuss the role of risk as a boundary-marker in data protection regulation. With the inflation of the concept of personal data, the notion of a risk to the rights and freedoms of data subjects has become particularly relevant for determining the scope and intensity of the duties of controllers. At PLSC, she will discuss the role of individual choice in data protection law. How do the choices of individual data subjects relate to the duty of controllers to provide an adequate level of protection for all those concerned? Claudia is a PhD researcher at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), having graduated from Utrecht Law School (LL.B.) and Tilburg University (LL.M. cum laude and summa cum laude).
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