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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Author Guidelines

The European Journal of Privacy Law & Technology (EJPLT) is a refereed open access journal focusing on the issue of law and technology in a European context.

EJPLT accepts submissions on a rolling basis in the following areas, with specific reference to the listed topics:

Legal Area

  • Privacy Law
  • Artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and Ethics
  • Human beings in digital environment and Biotechnologies
  • E-commerce
  • Smart contracts
  • Information and communication technologies (ICT)
  • Green web economy
  • Legal Design

Technical Area

  • Privacy and Big data 
  • Privacy in the Internet of things
  • Privacy in Blockchain and most recent technologies
  • Privacy in Smartphones and Social Networks
  • Data protection by design and by default
  • Data visualization
  • Technologies for data storage and retrieval 

Behavioural Area

  • Organisational behaviour and data security
  • Human behaviour and security
  • Human aspects of data breeches
  • Design thinking for data security
  • Human aspects of data privacy and consent
  • Social media and data security

The EJPLT is committed to multilingualism and accepts submissions in English, Italian or Spanish, using one of the following standards of citation:

» English Standard for the Citation
» Italian Standard for the Citation

Depending on the work you submit, please use one of the following templates:

» Template News
» Template Articles and Focus Papers
» Template Comments on decisions
» Template Use cases

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