Handbook #2 – October 2018 : Signs of trust: the impact of seals on personal data management

Issue editor: Claire Levallois-Barth, Associate Professor of Laws at Télécom ParisTech (France), Coordinator of the Chair Values and Policies of Personal

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In this report, The Chair Values and Policies of Personal Information tackles the issue of trust from 4 multidisciplinary perspectives: legal, technical, economical and philosophical. Trust, as the foundation of any society, underpins all institutional and commercial exchanges as well as the role these exchanges play in building a cohesive social body. Yet we are currently experiencing a crisis of trust most likely enabled by digital technologies, since the social ties preceding digital commercial exchanges are not old or strong enough and consumers are not always aware of the “quality” of digital goods, even after consumption.

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Table of Content: Signs of trust: the impact of seals on personal data management

 Introduction
Armen Khatchatourov

Chapter 1. Trust in digital environments: from external signs to the regulation of the self
Armen Khatchatourov

Chapter 2. Trust as embraced by law
Claire Levallois-Barth

Chapter 3. The notion of trust in economics
Patrick Waelbroeck and Antoine Dubus

Chapter 4. Building trust through risk management in computer science
Maryline Laurent and Armen Khatchatourov

Chapter 5. A French, European and international overview of personal data protection certification
Claire Levallois-Barth and Delphine Chauvet

Chapter 6.  Certifying for compliance: implementing the policy framework and beyond
Claire Levallois-Barth and Delphine Chauvet

Chapter 7. Certifying for credibility: from current practices to quality improvement
Claire Levallois-Barth

Chapter 8. Certification mechanisms in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Claire Levallois-Barth

Chapter 9. Economic analysis of personal data protection and privacy seals and marks
Patrick Waelbroeck and Antoine Dubus

Chapter 10. The economic impacts of labels
Patrick Waelbroeck

Chapter 11. Is blockchain a trustworthy technology?
Maryline Laurent

Conclusion
Armen Khatchatourov, Claire Levallois-Barth, Maryline Laurent and Patrick Waelbroeck

 

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