The Law, Science, Technology & Society (LSTS) Research Group is happy to witness the launch of a new Blog on its website. The LSTS Blog can be accessed from the landing page of the LSTS website or simply here.
The brand-new Blog will primarily host blogsposts by LSTS members (including affiliated researchers). Its vision is to sustain a science communication vehicle to engage the public and increase visibility of LSTS hosted research projects.
LSTS Co-Directors Gloria González Fuster and Mireille Hildebrandt welcome the new platform with an inaugural post, which takes us a trip down the memory lane of the LSTS communication channels throughout the years.
The LSTS Blog launches with two blogposts in its June 2022 edition:
To define or not to define? International personal data transfers in the General Data Protection Regulation by LSTS/FWO researcher Laura Drechsler who reflects on the need for a definition of data transfers for the General Data Protection Regulation; and
Quo vadis, data retention? The indeterminable quest for proportionality by LSTS researchers Lina Jasmontaite and Juraj Sajfert who ponder upon the development of the notion of proportionality in the recent case law of the Court of Justice on data retention.
The Blog will be updated in regular intervals with new blogposts by LSTS members. Stay tuned!
The LSTS Blog is sustained by its editorial team, consisting of Dr. Laurence Diver, Nikos Ioannidis, and Pia Groenewolt. You can find more information about how to submit a blogpost in its editorial policy and style guide.