Policy briefs

[DRAFT] Dariusz Kloza, Niels van Dijk, Simone Casiraghi, Sergi Vazquez Maymir, Sara Roda, Alessia Tanas and Ioulia Konstantinou (2019) Towards a method for data protection impact assessment: making sense of GDPR requirementsd.pia.lab Policy Brief No. 1/2019. VUB: Brussels. [draft for public consultation. deadline 16 October 2019 via e-mail to]

Dariusz Kloza, Niels van Dijk, Raphaël Gellert, István Böröcz, Alessia Tanas, Eugenio Mantovani and Paul Quinn (2017) Data protection impact assessments in the European Union: complementing the new legal framework towards a more robust protection of individuals. d.pia.lab Policy Brief 1/2017. VUB: Brussels.

Dariusz Kloza, Niels van Dijk, Raphaël Gellert, István Böröcz, Alessia Tanas, Eugenio Mantovani et Paul Quinn (2017) Analyse d’impact relative à la protection des données dans l’Union européenne : une protection des personnes plus solide en complétant le nouveau cadre juridique. d.pia.lab Note de politique 1/2017. VUB: Bruxelles.

Articles and book chapters

Niels van Dijk, Raphaël Gellert and Kjetil Rommetveit (2016) ‘A risk to a right? Beyond data protection risk assessments’, Computer Law & Security Review 32(2), pp. 286–30.

Dariusz Kloza, Niels van Dijk and Paul De Hert (2015) Assessing the European Approach to Privacy and Data Protection in Smart Grids. Lessons for Emerging Technologies, in: Florian Skopik and Paul Smith (eds.) Smart Grid Security. Waltham, MA: Elsevier, pp. 11–47.

Dariusz Kloza (2013) Public voice in privacy governance: lessons from environmental democracy, in: Schweighofer, E., Saarenpää, A., and Böszörmenyi, J. (eds.) KnowRi§ht 2012. Knowledge Rights – Legal, Societal and Related Technological Aspects. 25 years of Data Protection in Finland. Wien: Österreichische Computer Gesellschaft, pp. 80–97.

Commissioned research

Paul De Hert, Dariusz Kloza and David Wright (2012) Recommendations for a privacy impact assessment framework for the European Union. Deliverable D3 of the PIAF [A Privacy Impact Assessment Framework for data protection and privacy rights] project. Brussels – London.