Data Protection, Profiling and Anti-Fraud Systems: A Comparative State Practice Report. / van Dalen, Steven; Gilder, Alexander; Hooydonk, Eric; Ponsen, Marc.

23 p. Public Interest Litigation Project, Nederlands Juristen Comité voor de Mensenrechten. 2016.

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Data Protection, Profiling and Anti-Fraud Systems: A Comparative State Practice Report. / van Dalen, Steven; Gilder, Alexander; Hooydonk, Eric; Ponsen, Marc.

23 p. Public Interest Litigation Project, Nederlands Juristen Comité voor de Mensenrechten. 2016.

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van Dalen, Steven ; Gilder, Alexander ; Hooydonk, Eric ; Ponsen, Marc. / Data Protection, Profiling and Anti-Fraud Systems: A Comparative State Practice Report. 2016. Public Interest Litigation Project, Nederlands Juristen Comité voor de Mensenrechten. 23 p.

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