The Public Knowledge Project (PKP) has produced a useful GDPR guide for Open Journal Systems users, - on how to approach the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on May 25, 2018.
In particular, this guide describes:
- where and how user data is collected,
- GDPR implications,
- configuration recommendations to comply with the GDPR, and
- some news on pending dev tickets to better support GDPR on the platform.
- GDPR & What It Means For Researchers (recorded LIBER webinar, 2018)
- General Data Protection Regulation: Guidance to DGroups Foundation from WA-Research
European Commission - Press release - Digital Single Market: EU negotiators reach a political agreement on free flow of non-personal data (Brussels, 19 June 2018)
A case against the General Data Protection Regulation argues that a lack of data will make web-surfing less personalised (BROOKINGS, June 11, 2018)
CogX 2018 - Closing the Intelligence Gap: what data privacy rights look like (Interview with Jeni Tennison, CEO, Open Data Institute)
Regulation of Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Data in Asia (June, 2018) edited by Clarisse Girot, Asian Business Law Institute, Singapore, ISBN: 9789811173110