European Journal of Privacy Law & Technologies

ISSN 2704-8012

 

The European Journal of Privacy Law & Technologies (EJPLT) is a European Law Scientific Journal, generally focused on the relationship between law and new technologies and specifically on that one between privacy law and technology's development.

It aims to gather relevant contributions on the possible regulation of new technologies in a human-centered perspective, thus becoming an enabler for the dissemination of scientific information and research activities throughout the European Union on such fundamental topics.


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Legal Area: L’esenzione domestica ai sensi del GDPR nel contesto dei social network

 

Antonella Di Cerbo

Dottoranda in Diritto Civile presso l’Università degli Studi del Sannio

L’articolo ripercorre l’evoluzione normativa dell’esenzione domestica ed il suo ambito di applicazione, avendo riguardo dell’interpretazione offerta delle Corti europee e dalle Autorità di controllo in vigenza della precedente normativa. L’analisi dell’istituto de qua è volta a comprendere la portata del Considerando 18 del GDPR nella parte in cui menziona tra le attività a carattere personale o domestico per le quali è esclusa l’applicazione del Regolamento anche l’uso dei social network.

The article traces the regulatory evolution of the household exemption and its scope, having regard to the interpretation offered by the European Courts and Supervisory Authorities under the former legislation.
The analysis of the institute is aimed at understanding the scope of Recital 18 of the GDPR insofar as it mentions among the activities of a personal or domestic nature for which the application of the Regulation is excluded the use of social networks.

 
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Table of Contents

Articles

Maria Antonia Ciocia
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Carlotta De Menech
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Federico Sergio
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Remo Trezza
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Emiliano Troisi
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Mariana Meriani
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Focus

Maria Cristina Gaeta
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Sergio Guida
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Maria Giorgia Caraceni
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Chiara Vitagliano
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Ivana Genestrone
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