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Impact Factor
2.6
5 year Impact Factor
2.6

Editor-in-Chief

Nora Ni Loideain

Orla Lynskey

Editors

Jef Ausloos

Luca Belli

Edward Dove

Elif Küzeci

Editorial Board

About the journal

Oxford University Press is pleased to announce Nora Ni Loideain and Orla Lynskey as the new Editor-in-Chiefs of International Data Privacy Law, effective April 2024.
We extend our deepest gratitude to Christopher Kuner for his role as Founding Editor-in-Chief of IDPL, and for his longstanding editorship of the journal.

From the Editor’s desk

The GDPR Collection

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to become the most influential data protection legislation worldwide. IDPL has published numerous articles dealing with different aspects of the GDPR, written by renowned academics and authorities on data protection law. Explore this collection of articles, which has been selected by the IDPL editors as representing the best in scholarship on the GDPR.

Read the collection free online until March 2018

Editor’s Choice collection

Editor-in-Chief of IDPL, Dr Christopher Kuner, has gone back through the first five years of the archive of the journal to highlight key papers, which are free to read online.

Visit the editor’s choice collection

Email Alerts

Register to receive table of contents email alerts as soon as new issues of International Data Privacy Law are published online.

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IDPL on the OUPblog

The concept of ‘extraterritoriality’: widely used, but misguided and useless

Read a piece on the OUP Blog authored by Dan Svantesson on the role that territoriality plays in current jurisdictional thinking.

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A Chekhovian view of privacy for the internet age

From Chris Kuner, this blog post considers the meaning of privacy in today’s computerised world and why Chekhov’s view is still valuable.

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Will data privacy change the law?

Analysing current disputes, Dan Jerker B. Svantesson addresses this question.

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IDPL contributors on the OUPblog

Visit the OUPblog to continue exploring the many topics in data privacy law addressed by IDPL authors and editors previously.

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