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  • L. Bently, "Patents and Trade Secrets", (with Tanya Aplin)  in N. Wilkof and I. Calboli, Overlapping Intellectual Property Rights (2d ed, 2023).
  • J.Cobbe, "Understanding Accountability in Algorithmic Supply Chains" 2023 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT '23)
  • J.Cobbe, "Out of Context: Algorithmic Fairness in “Artificial Intelligence as a Service”" 2023 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (ACM CHI '23)
  • D. Erdos, “Leave to Remain? Data Protection’s ‘Immigration Exemption’ Returns to Court”, U.K. Constitutional Law Blog (17th April 2023).
  • D. Erdos, “UK Regulatory Enforcement of Data Protection: Current Concerns and Pathways to a More Effective Framework”, Oxford Business Law Blog (March 2023).
  • D. Erdos, “Google Spain, Google Inc. v Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD) (2014)” in Peter Coe and Paul Wragg (eds.), Landmark Cases in Privacy Law (Hart, 2023).


  • J.Cobbe, "Disclosure by Design: Document Engineering for Meaningful Data Disclosures" 2022 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT '22)
  • J.Cobbe, "From Transparency to Accountability of Intelligent Systems – moving beyond aspirations" (2022) Data and Policy 4
  • J.Cobbe, "Defining the scope of AI ADM system risk assessment" (with M. Seng Ah Lee, J. Cobbe, H. Janssen, and J.Singh ) in E.Kosta, R. Leenes, and I. Kamara (ed(s)), Research Handbook on EU Data Protection Law (Elgar, 2022)
  • D. Erdos, "Comparing Constitutional Privacy and Data Protection Rights within the EU", European Law Review, Vol 47(4), pp. 482-513 (2022).
  • D. Erdos, "Identification in EU Data Protection Law: Authenticating Another Broad Concept in EU Data Protection Law", Computer Law and Security Review, Vol. 47 (2022).
  • D. Erdos, "The UK and the EU Personal Data Framework after Brexit: A New Trade and Cooperation Partnership based on Council of Europe Convention 108+?" , Computer Law and Security Review, Vol. 44 (2022).
  • D. Erdos, "The CJEU Delves into Purpose and Storage Limitation in Digi Stressing an Expectation of a Concrete Link Between Purposes and a Granular Necessity of Processing”, European Data Protection Law Review (Vol. 8(4), pp. 544-547) (2022).
  • D. Erdos, “What Way Forward on Information Rights Regulation? – The UK Information Commissioner’s Office Consults on a New Policy and New Statutory Guidance”, Communications Law (Vol. 27(2), pp. 84-86) (2022).


  • J.Cobbe, "Algorithmic Censorship by Social Platforms: Power and Resistance" (2021) Philosophy & Technology 34
  • J.Cobbe, "Artificial Intelligence as a Service: Legal Responsibilities, Liabilities, and Policy Challenges" (2021) Computer Law & Security Review 4
  • J.Cobbe, "Data Protection and Tech Startups: The Need for Attention, Support, and Scrutiny" (2021) Policy & Internet
  • J.Cobbe, "Principles for the Socially Responsible Use of Conservation Monitoring Technology and Data" (2021) Conservation Science and Practice
  • J.Cobbe, "Reviewable Automated Decision-Making: A Framework for Accountable Algorithmic Systems" 2021 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT '21)
  • J.Cobbe, "Differential Tweetment: Mitigating Racial Dialect Bias in Harmful Tweet Detection" 2021 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAccT '21)
  • J.Cobbe, "Enclaves in the Clouds: Legal Considerations and Broader Implications" (2021) ACM Queue 18(6)
  • J.Cobbe, "Towards an accountable Internet of Things: A call for ‘reviewability’" (with C. Norval and J. Singh) in A. Crabtree, R. Mortier, and H. Haddadi (ed(s)), Privacy by Design for the Internet of Things: Building Accountability and Security (Institute of Engineering and Technology, 2021)
  • D. Erdos, “Special, Personal and Broad Expression: Exploring Freedom of Expression Norms under the General Data Protection Regulation”, Yearbook of European Law, Vol. 40, pp. 398-430 (2021).
  • D. Erdos, "The ʻRight to be Forgottenʼ Beyond the EU: An Analysis of Wider G20 Regulatory Action and Potential Next Steps”, Journal of Media Law, Vol. 13(1), pp. 1-35 (2021).
  • D. Erdos, "Dead Ringers?  Legal Persons and the Deceased in European Data Protection Law", Computer Law and Security Review, Vol. 40 (2021).
  • D. Erdos, European Data Protection Laws & Freedom of Expression and Information, Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law (2021/n.d.) (an online resource comprising 32 national reports alongside an overview report, all of which are updateable).
  • D. Erdos, “The ICO’s Draft Data Protection and Journalism Code: A First Look”, Inforrm Blog (Part One & Part Two) (October 2021).
  • D. Erdos, “Data Protection after Brexit:  A New Switzerland?", UK in a Changing Europe (January 2021).
  • K. Liddell, "Patient Data Ownership: Who Owns Your Health?", with D. Simon and  A. Lucassen, (2021) 8(1) Journal of Law and the Biosciences pp.1-50.
  • K. Liddell, "Standard Contractual Clauses for Cross-Border Transfers of Health Data after Schrems II", with L. Bradford and M. Aboy, (2021) 8(1) Journal of Law and the Biosciences pp.1-36.


  • J.Cobbe, "Personal information management systems: a user-centric privacy utopia?" (2020) Internet Policy Review 9(4)
  • J.Cobbe, "Reviewable Automated Decision-Making" (2020) Computer Law & Security Review
  • J.Cobbe, "Decentralised Data Processing: Personal Data Stores and the GDPR" (2020) International Data Privacy Law 10(4)
  • J.Cobbe, "Centring the Rule of Law in the Digital State" (2020) IEEE Computer 53
  • J.Cobbe, "What Lies Beneath: Transparency in Online Services Supply Chains" (2020) Journal of Cyber Policy
  • J.Cobbe, "Monitoring Misuse for Accountable ‘Artificial Intelligence as a Service'" 2020 AAAI/ACM Conference on AI, Ethics, and Society (AIES '20)
  • J.Cobbe, "Consequences for Manufacturing Transparency? Facebook, Twitter and the German Network Enforcement Act" 2020 ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (FAT* '20)
  • J.Cobbe, "Legal Singularity and the Reflexivity of Law" in S. Deakin and C. Markou (ed(s)), Is Law Computable? Critical Perspectives on Law & Artificial Intelligence (Hart, 2020)
  • D. Erdos, “The ʻRight to be Forgottenʼ Online within G20 Statutory Data Protection Frameworks” (with Krysztof Garstka), International Data Privacy Law, Vol. 10(4), pp. 294-313 (2020).
  • D. Erdos, "Disclosure, Exposure and the ʻRight to be Forgottenʼ after Google Spain: Interrogating Google Search’s webmaster, end user and Lumen notification practices”, Computer Law and Security Review, Vol. 38 (2020).
  • D. Erdos, "Ensuring Legal Accountability of the UK Data Protection Authority: From Cause for Data Subject Complaint to a Model for Europe?”, European Data Protection Law Review (Vol. 5(3), pp. 444-454) (2020).
  • D. Erdos, “Acontextual and Ineffective? Reviewing the GDPR Two Years On”, Inforrm Blog (May 2020).
  • K. Liddell, "International Transfers of Health Data between the EU and US: A Better Approach for the US to Ensure an ‘Adequate’ Level of Protection", with L. Bradford and M. Aboy, (2020) 7(1) Journal of Law and the Biosciences pp.1-31.
  • K. Liddell, "COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps: A Stress Test for Privacy, the GDPR, and Data Protection Regimes", with L. Bradford and M. Aboy, (2020) 7(1) Journal of Law and the Biosciences pp.1-21.


  • J.Cobbe, "Regulating Recommending: Motivations, Considerations, and Principles" (2019) European Journal of Law & Technology
  • J.Cobbe, "The Security Implications of Data Subject Rights" (2019) IEEE Security & Privacy 17(6)
  • J.Cobbe, "Administrative Law and the Machines of Government: Judicial Review of Automated Public-Sector Decision-Making" (2019) Legal Studies 39
  • J.Cobbe, "Decision Provenance: Harnessing data flow for accountable systems" (2019) IEEE Access 7
  • J.Cobbe, "Understanding the Smart City: Framing the challenges for law and good governance" (with J. Morison) in E. Slautsky (ed(s)), The Conclusions of the Chaire Mutations de l'Action Publique et du Droit Public, Sciences Po , 2019)
  • D. Erdos, European Data Protection Regulation, Journalism, and Traditional Publishers: Balancing on a Tightrope? Oxford: Oxford University Press (2019) pp.480.


  • J.Cobbe, "Reclaiming Data: Overcoming App Identification Barriers for Exercising Data Protection Rights" Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Legal and Technical Issues in Cloud and Pervasive Computing (IoT) [CLaw-18], UbiComp/ISWC’18 Adjunct
  • J.Cobbe, "Accountability in the IoT: Systems, Law, and Ways Forward" (2018) IEEE Computer 51(7)
  • J.Cobbe,"Casting the Dragnet: Communications Data Retention Under the Investigatory Powers Act" (2018) Public Law
  • D. Erdos, “Intermediary Publishers and European data protection: Delimiting the ambit of responsibility for third-party rights through a synthetic interpretation of the EU acquis”, International Journal of Law and Information Technology, Vol. 26(3), pp. 189-225 (2018).
  • D. Erdos, “Information blackout at the Council of Europe?” Open Democracy (cross-posted on Inforrm Blog) (February 2018).
  • D. Erdos, “Leveson, the Data Protection Bill and the ICO’s procedural powers in relation to Journalism”, Inforrm Blog (January 2018).


  • D. Erdos, "Beyond ʻHaving a Domesticʼ?  Regulatory Interpretation of European Data Protection Law and Individual Publication” (Computer Law and Security Review (2017).
  • D. Erdos, "Hiding in Plain Sight: Right to be Forgotten and Search Engines in the Context of International Data Protection Frameworks" in Luca Belli and Nicolas Zingales (eds.), Platform Regulations: How Platforms Are Regulated and How They Regulate Us (FGV Direito Rio, 2017), pp. 127-147 (with Krzysztof Garstka as first author). 
  • D. Erdos, “Unlikely to be Forgotten: Assessing the Implementation of Google Spain in the UK Three Years On”, Blog Droit Europeén (May 2017).
  • D. Erdos, “Communicating Responsibilities:  The Spanish DPA targets Google’s Notification Practices when Delisting Personal Information”, Inforrm blog (cross-posted on the Information Law and Policy Centre blog) (March 2017).


  • D. Erdos, "Statutory Regulation of Professional Journalism under European Data Protection: Down But Not Out?", Journal of Media Law (Vol. 8 (2), pp. 229-265) (2016).
  • D. Erdos, “European Data Protection Regulation and Online New Media: Mind the Enforcement Gaps”, Journal of Law and Society, Vol. 43 (4), pp. 534-64 (2016).
  • D. Erdos, “European Regulatory Interpretation of the Interface between Data Protection and Traditional Journalism:  An Incomplete and Imperfect Balancing Act?”, Public Law, Issue 4, pp.631-650 (2016).
  • D. Erdos, "European Data Protection and Media Expression: Fundamentally Off Balance", International and Comparative Law Quarterly, (2016) 65 (1), pp. 139-183.


  • D. Erdos, "Data Protection Confronts Freedom of Expression on the ʻNew Mediaʼ Internet: The Stance of European Regulatory Authorities", (2015) European Law Review, 40 (4), pp. 531-562.
  • D. Erdos, "From the Scylla of Restriction to the Charybdis of Licence? Exploring the Scope of the "special purposes" Freedom of Expression Shield in European Data Protection", (2015) Common Market Law Review, Vol. 52 (1), pp. 119-153.


  • D. Erdos, “Mind the Gap: is Data Protection catching up with Google Search?” Open Democracy (cross-posted on UK Constitutional Law and Inform blogs) (May 2014).
  • D. Erdos, "Data Protection and the Right to Reputation: Filling the "Gaps" After the Defamation Act 2013", (2014) Cambridge Law Journal, Vol. 73(3), pp. 536-569.


  • L. Bently, "Patents and Trade Secrets in England: The Case of Newbury v James (1817)", in R. Dreyfuss and J. Ginsburg, IP at the Edge (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013), pp. 295-317.
  • L. Bently, "Trade Secrets: Intellectual Property but Not Property?" in H. Howe (ed.), Concepts of Property in Intellectual Property (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013) pp. 60-93.
  • L. Bently, "Patents and Trade Secrets" in S. Basheer and N. Wilkof (eds.), Overlapping Intellectual Property Rights, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), Ch 3.
  • D. Erdos, "Freedom of Expression Turned On Its Head: Academic Social Research and Journalism in the European Union’s Privacy Framework", Public Law, Issue 1, pp.52-73 (2013).
  • D. Erdos, "Ethical Privacy Guidelines for Mobile Connectivity Measurements", with B. Zevenbergen, I. Brown, J. Wright, and D. Erdos, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford (2013).
  • D. Erdos, “Mustn’t ask, mustn’t tell”, Times Higher Education (14-20 February 2013 Issue, p. 30) (reposted on the UK Constitutional Law blog).


  • L. Bently, "Prince Albert v Strange (1849)" in C. Mitchell and P. Mitchell, Landmark Cases on Equity Ch 8 (Oxford: Hart, 2012) pp. 235-267.
  • L. Bently, Gurry on Confidence: The Law of Trade Secrets (Oxford: OUP, 2012, with T. Aplin, P. Johnson, and S. Malynicz), Chs 1,2,9,10, 11.
  • D. Erdos, "Constructing the Labyrinth: The impact of data protection on the development of ‘ethical’ regulation in social science", Information Communication and Society, Vol. 15 (1), pp. 104-123 (2012).
  • D. Erdos, “The Tension between Data Protection and Freedom of Expression”, Free Speech Debate (2012).


  • L. Bently (Consultant Editor), "Confidence and Informational Privacy", Halsbury's Laws of England, Vol 19, (London: LexisNexis, 2011).
  • D. Erdos, "Systematically Handicapped? Social Research in the Data Protection Framework", Information and Communications Technology Law, Vol. 20 (2), pp. 83-101 (2011).
  • D. Erdos, "Stuck in the Thicket? Social Research under the First Data Protection Principle", International Journal of Law and Information Technology, Vol. 19 (2), pp. 133-152 (2011).


  • L. Bently, "Identity and the Law", in G. Walker and E. Leedham-Green, Identity (The Darwin College Lectures), (Cambridge: CUP, 2010) 26-58.
  • D. Erdos, “Towards a Policy Convergence on Privacy in the Web 2.0 Era?”, Privacy Law and Business (International Edition) (No. 108) (December 2010).
  • H. Grosse Ruse-Khan, "Nutzergenerierte Inhalte als Gegenstand des Privatrechts – Aktuelle Probleme des Web 2.0" (user-generated content and private law) co-editors N. Klass and S. von Lewinski, Springer (2010).


  • D. Erdos, "Charter 88 and the Constitutional Reform Movement: Twenty Years On" (Published as Special Issue of Parliamentary Affairs Vol. 65(4) (2009)).


  • K. Liddell, "Consent, Confidentiality and the Data Protection Act", with A. Iversen, N. Fear, M. Hotopf and S. Wessely, (2006) 332 BMJ pp.165.
  • K. Liddell, "Legal and Governance Framework for ‘Personal Data for Public Good: Using Health Information in Medical Research'". (Academy of Medical Sciences, London 2006) pp 21-43 <>.


  • K. Liddell, "The Mythical Connection Between Data Protection Law and Confidentiality: Processing Data “Lawfully”", (2005) 6(6) Bio-science Law Review pp.215.