EJPLT is one of the results of the European project TAtoDPR (Training Activities to Implement the Data Protection Reform), that has received funding from the European Union's within the REC (Rights, Equality and Citizenship) Programme, under Grant Agreement No. 769191.

The contents of this Journal represent the views of the author only and are his/her sole responsibility. The European Commission does not accept any responsibility for use that may be made of the information it contains.


Consult the archive that collects the published issue divided by year.

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Citation for contribution in an EJPLT issue:
Full name and surname only initial letter, 'Title' (year of publication) issue number EJPLT, first and last page. Available at: link to the online issue.
eg.: Maguire M, Stuttard N, Morris A, Harvey E, 'A review of behavioural research on data security' (2018) 1 EJPLT, 16-60. Available at: http://images.ejplt.tatodpr.eu/f/fascicoli/Issue1_2018_JOSEO_ejplt.pdf

Citation for contribution in the EJPLT platform:
Full name and surname only initial letter, 'Title', EJPLT (month, year of publication). Available at: link to the online contribution.
eg.: Maguire M, Stuttard N, Morris A, Harvey E, 'A review of behavioural research on data security', EJPLT (August, 2018). Available at: http://www.ejplt.tatodpr.eu/Article/Archive/index_html?idn=2&ida=109&idi=-1&idu=-1

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The European Journal of Privacy Law & Technologies (EJPLT) is a European Law Scientific Journal, specifically focused on Privacy, with particular regard to the ever-important relation between, law and innovation, humanities and technologies.

Its aim is to gather precious contributions on Privacy issues and New Technologies, thus becoming an enabler for the dissemination of scientific information and research activities throughout the European Union on such fundamental topics.

The Journal is the result of the partnership between institutions from three different European countries, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Spain. More precisely the Consortium is the result of the European project ‘Training Activities to Implement the Data Protection Reform’ (TAtoDPR), a project co-funded by the Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme of the European Union (2014-2020) under Grant Agreement n. 769191.

Four Universities and an enterprise are involved in this European project, providing different perspectives and expertise:

  • Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa of Naples (UNISOB), Coordinator of the project TAtoDPR, with its outstanding tradition in the field of Law and New Technologies, and especially the Interdepartmental Research Centre ‘Scienza Nuova’ and its ‘UTOPIA Lab’ and the Research Centre of European Private Law (ReCEPL) both established at UNISOB, specifically dedicated to creating a bridge between social sciences and the realm of advanced scientific and technological development. UNISOB Legal team has already obtained several recognitions for its research activity in the field of data protection.

  • Universidad de Sevilla (USE) provides an expert team including lecturers and researchers in the fields of Civil Law, Privacy Law, Digital Law and Computer Engineering, providing diverse skills and know-how.

  • Loughborough University (LBORO), and more specifically the Loughborough Design School, is committed to the study of Cognitive and Behavioural aspects of data protection.

  • University of Derby (DER) contributes with a strong interest and competence in the fields of Law and Political Economy applied to the domain of Data Protection.

  • RE:Lab s.r.l. (REL) brings long-standing interest and experience in the field of HMI (Human-Machine Interface), including computers, smartphones and other devices, as well as in the relationship between individuals, technology and personal data.

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