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  • Διδακτορικό δίπλωμα (Προστασία Προσωπικών Δεδομένων), Πανεπιστήμιο Φραγκφούρτης-Ομοσπονδιακή Δημοκρατία της Γερμανίας
  • Πτυχίο Νομικής, Τμήμα Νομικής Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών

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  • Προστασία προσωπικών δεδομένων
  • Ιδιωτικότητα
  • Νομικά ζητήματα τεχνητής νοημοσύνης
  • Κυβερνοέγκλημα
  • Δημόσιο Δίκαιο Κυβερνοχώρου και διαχείρισης πληροφορίας
  • Νομικά ζητήματα εφαρμογών πληροφορικής στη δημόσια διοίκηση Ηλεκτρονική δημοκρατία - Ηλεκτρονική Ψηφοφορία

Διδασκαλία

 Νομικό Πλαίσιο Κοινωνίας της Πληροφορίας

Προστασία Προσωπικών Δεδομένων 

Κανονιστικές και Κοινωνικές Διαστάσεις της Κοινωνίας της Πληροφορίας

 

Ωρα ακρόασης: Πέμπτη, 11.00-12.00

Δημοσιεύσεις σε Διεθνή Περιοδικά (Journals)


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L. Mitrou, A. Vorras, Artificial Intelligence and Personal Data – A perception in the light of the European General Data Protection Regulation (ΕU) 2016/679, DIKAIO MESON ENIMEROSIS KAI EPIKOINONIAS (DIMEE), No. 4, pp. 460-466, 2018, NOMIKI VIVLIOTHIKI,
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Pipyros K., Thraskias Ch. , L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, Apostolopoulos T., A new strategy for improving cyber-attack evaluation in the context of Tallinn Manual, Computers and Security, No. 74, pp. 371-383, 2018,
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Pipyros K., L. Mitrou, Cyberattack or cyberwar?, DIMEE, No. 2, pp. 192-201, 2018
[4]
M. Kandias, L. Mitrou, V. Stavrou, D. Gritzalis, Profiling Online Social Networks Users: An Omniopticon Tool, International Journal of Social Networks Mining, Vol. 2, No. 4, 2017,
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Tasidou Aimilia, Efraimidis , I. Soupionis, L. Mitrou, V. Katos, 4. Tasidou, A., Privacy-preserving, user-centric VoIP CAPTCHA challenges: An integrated solution in the SIP environment., 24(1), 2-19., Information & Computer Security, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 18, 2016,
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Pipyros K., L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, Apostolopoulos T., Cyberoperations and international humanitarian law: A review of obstacles in applying international law rules in cyber warfare, Information & Computer Security, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 38-52, 2016,
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Tsavli M., Efraimidis , V. Katos, L. Mitrou, Reengineering the user: privacy concerns about personal data on smartphones, Information and Computer Security, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 394-405, 2015, Emerald,
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L. Mitrou, Data Protection and cloud computing, DIMEE, No. 4, pp. 534-550, 2015,
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N. Marangos, P. Rizomiliotis, L. Mitrou, Time Synchronization: Pivotal Element in Cloud Forensics, Security and Communication Networks , 2014, Wiley, http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/..., IF = 0.72
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Psaroudakis I., Saragiotis, V. Katos, L. Mitrou, A method for forensic artifact collection, analysis and incident response in environments running Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Session Description Protocol (SDP), International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp. 241-267, 2014,
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A. Mylonas, V. Meletiadis, L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, Smartphone sensor data as digital evidence, Computers & Security (Special Issue: Cybercrime in the Digital Economy), Vol. 38, pp. 51-75, 2013,
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L. Mitrou, Privacy by Design (in Greek), Media and Communication Law, Vol. 37 , pp. 14-25, 2013,
E. Kosta, C. Kalloniatis, L. Mitrou, S. Gritzalis, Data protection issues pertaining to social networking under EU law, Transforming Government: People, Process, and Policy journal, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 193-201, 2010, Emerald, http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journ...
 

Abstract
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine how the introduction of new communication channels facilitates interactive information sharing and collaboration between various actors over social networking services and how social networking fits in the existing European legal framework on data protection. The paper also aims to discuss some specific data protection issues, focusing on the role of the relevant actors, using the example of photo tagging. Design/methodology/approach – Privacy in social networks is one of the main concerns for providers and users. This paper examines the role of the main actors in social networking, i.e. the providers and the users, scrutinised under the light of the European data protection legislation. Specifically, how social networking service providers deal with users' privacy and how users handle their personal information, if this manipulation is complied with the respective legislation and how “tagging”, one of the most familiar services provided by the social networking providers, may cause privacy risks. Findings – Social networking is one of the most remarkable cultural phenomena that has blossomed in the Web 2.0 era. They enable the connection of users and they facilitate the exchange of information among them. However, the users reveal vast amounts of personal information over social networking services, without realising the privacy and security risks arising from their actions. The European data protection legislation could be used as a means for protecting the users against the unlawful processing of their personal information, although a number of problems arise regarding its applicability. Originality/value – The paper discusses some privacy concerns involved in social networks and examines how social networking service providers and users deal with personal information with regard to the European data protection legislation.

L. Mitrou, M. Karyda, Employees Privacy vs. Employers, Telematics and Informatics Journal, Vol. 14, No. 5, pp. 198-217, 2006, Elsevier , http://ac.els-cdn.com/S073658530500...
 

Abstract
This paper addresses the controversy between employees right to privacy and employers need to safeguard organizational resources by employing monitoring tools. It shows how organizations can formulate use policies, by applying basic principles for fair and lawful monitoring. A list of key points is presented, which organizations should take into account, for developing such policies. Finally, the paper explores how, widely accepted information security standards, such as the ISO 17799, can aid the attempt to address this controversy.

M. Karyda, L. Mitrou, G. Quirchmayr, A framework for outsourcing IS/IT security services, Information Management and Computer Security, Vol. 14, No. 5, pp. 402-415, 2006, Emerald , http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journ...
 

Abstract
Purpose – This paper seeks to provide an overview of the major technical, organizational and legal issues pertaining to the outsourcing of IS/IT security services. Design/methodology/approach – The paper uses a combined socio-technical approach to explore the different aspects of IS/IT security outsourcing and suggests a framework for accommodating security and privacy requirements that arise in outsourcing arrangements. Findings – Data protection requirements are a decisive factor for IS/IT security outsourcing, not only because they pose restrictions to management, but also because security and privacy concerns are commonly cited among the most important concerns prohibiting organizations from IS/IT outsourcing. New emerging trends such as outsourcing in third countries, pose significant new issues, with regard to meeting data protection requirements. Originality/value – The paper illustrates the reasons for which the outsourcing of IS/IT security needs to be examined under a different perspective from traditional IS/IT outsourcing. It focuses on the specific issue of personal data protection requirements that must be accommodated, according to the European Union directive.

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L. Mitrou, Videosurveillance in the Decisions of Courts and Data Protection Authority, To Syntagma , Vol. 1, No. 1, 2006, Ekdoseis Sakkoula, (to_appear),
D. Lekkas, S. Gritzalis, L. Mitrou, Withdrawing a Declaration of Will: Towards a Framework for Digital Signature Revocation, Internet Research, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 400-420, 2005, Emerald, http://www.emeraldinsight.com/Insig..., indexed in SCI-E, IF = 0.688
 

Abstract
Purpose – The objective of this paper is to investigate the legal and technical reasons why a declaration of will, denoted by a digital signature, can be cancelled and how this cancellation can be technically achieved. Design/methodology/approach – Proposes a technical framework for establishing a signature revocation mechanism based on special data structures, the signature revocation tokens (SRT), and investigates the alternatives for disseminating the signature status information (SSI) to the relying parties. Findings – A relying party has to take into consideration the possible existence of a signature revocation, in order to decide on the validity of a digital signature. A scheme based on a central public repository for the archival and distribution of signature revocation tokens exhibits significant advantages against other alternatives. Originality/value – Identifies various intrinsic problems of the digital signature creation process that raise several questions on whether the signer performs a conscious and wilful act, although he/she is held liable for this action. The law faces the eventual right of the signer to claim a revocation of a previously made declaration of will, especially in cases of an error, fraud

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L. Mitrou, The new Electronic Privacy Directive, Law of Information and Communication Media, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 371-375, 2004, Nomiki Vivliothiki, http://www.nb.org
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L. Mitrou, Das Griechische Datenschutzgesetz als Beispiel eine problemlosen Umsetzung der EU Datenschutzrichtlinie, Recht der Datenverarbeitung, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 56-63, 1998, Datacontext Fachverlag, http://www.datakontext.com

Επιστημονικά Συνέδρια (Conferences)


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Maria Eleni Skarkala, M. Maragoudakis, S. Gritzalis, L. Mitrou, PP-TAN: a Privacy Preserving Multi-party Tree Augmented Naive Bayes Classifier, SEEDA CECNSM 2020 5th South East Europe Design, Automation, Computer Engineering, Computer Networks and Social Media Conference, Sep, 2020, Corfu, Greece, IEEE CPS Conference Publishing Services, https://hilab.di.ionio.gr/seeda2020...
 

Abstract
The rapid growth of Information and Communication Technologies emerges deep concerns on how data mining techniques and intelligent systems parse, analyze and manage enormous amount of data. Due to sensitive information contained within, data can be exploited by potential aggressors. Previous research has shown the most accurate approach to acquire knowledge from data while simultaneously preserving privacy is the exploitation of cryptography. In this paper we introduce an extension of a privacy preserving data mining algorithm designed and developed for both horizontally and vertically partitioned databases. The proposed algorithm exploits the multi-candidate election schema and its capabilities to build a privacy preserving Tree Augmented Naive Bayesian classifier. Security analysis and experimental results ensure the preservation of private data throughout mining processes.

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L. Mitrou, Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection, 9th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics, (to_appear), Dec, 2019, Rome, Italy,
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L. Mitrou, Vorras A., Unboxing the Black Box: Algorithmic transparency and/or a right to functional explainability ?, International Conference Regulation and Enforcement in the Digital Age, (to_appear), Dec, 2019,
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Vorras A., L. Mitrou, Regulation and Policy in the Algorithmic Society, 9th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics, (to_appear), Dec, 2019, Rome, Italy,
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M. Karyda, L. Mitrou, Data Breach Notification: Issues and Challenges for Security Management, 10th MEDITERRANEAN CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Sep, 2016, Paphos, Cyprus,
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Pipyros K., Thraskias Ch. , L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, Apostolopoulos T., Cyber-attack evaluation using SAW method, 10th MEDITERRANEAN CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Sep, 2016, Paphos, Cyprus
L. Mitrou, P. Drogkaris, G. Leventakis, Legal and Social Aspects of Surveillance Technologies: CCTV in Greece, International Conference on Citizens’ Perspectives on Surveillance, Security and Privacy: Controversies, Alternatives and Solutions, pp. 39-41, Nov, 2014, Vienna, Austria, Conference Proceedings
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Pipyros K., L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, A cyber attack evaluation methodology, 13th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security (ECCWS-2014),, pp. 264-270, Jul, 2014, Greece
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L. Mitrou, M. Kandias, V. Stavrou, D. Gritzalis, Social media profiling: A Panopticon or Omniopticon tool?, 6th Conference of the Surveillance Studies Network, Apr, 2014, Spain
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M. Kandias, L. Mitrou, V. Stavrou, D. Gritzalis, Which side are you on? A new Panopticon vs. privacy, 10th International Conference on Security and Cryptography (SECRYPT 2013), Samarati P., et al. , (eds), pp. 98-110, Jul, 2013, Iceland,
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M. Kandias, K. Galbogini, L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, Insiders trapped in the mirror reveal themselves in social media, 7th International Conference on Network and System Security (NSS 2013), LNCS 7873, pp. 220-235, Jun, 2013, Spain, Springer ,
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L. Mitrou, Naming and Blaming in Greece: Social Control as Law Enforcement Tool, Living in Surveillance Societies (LISS 2013), Webster W. et al., (eds), pp. 247-258, Dec, 2013, Great Britain,
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M. Kandias, V. Stavrou, N. Bozovic, L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, Can we trust this user? Predicting insider’s attitude via YouTube usage profiling, 10th IEEE International Conference on Autonomous and Trusted Computing (ATC 2013), Dec, 2013, Italy, IEEE Press,
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M. Kandias, V. Stavrou, N. Bozovic, L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, Predicting the insider threat via social media: The YouTube case, 12th Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES 2013), Dec, 2013, Berlin, ACM Press,
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E. Lalas, L. Mitrou, C. Lambrinoudakis, ProCAVE: Privacy-Preserving Collection and Authenticity Validation of Online Evidence, 10th International Conference on Trust, Privacy & Security in Digital Business (TRUSTBUS 2013), LNCS 8058, S. Furnell, C. Lambrinoudakis, J. Lopez, (eds), pp. 137-148, Dec, 2013, Chech Republic, Springer,
N.Marangos, P. Rizomiliotis, L. Mitrou, Digital Forensics in the Cloud Computing Era, IEEE GlobeCom 2012, Man-Sec Workshop, H. Eslambolchi, (ed), Dec, 2012, Anaheim, California, USA, IEEE Press,
 

Abstract
Cloud Computing (CC) is a promising next-generation computing paradigm providing network and computing resources on demand via the web. The cloud market is still in its infancy and all major issues, ranging from interoperability and standardization, to legislation and SLA contracts are still wide open. However, the main obstacle for a more catholic acceptance of the cloud model is security. In the CC model, the client has limited control over her data and computations as she outsources everything to the cloud provider. This basic CC feature influences several security related areas.

Maria Eleni Skarkala, Hannu Toivonen, Pirjo Moen, M. Maragoudakis, S. Gritzalis, L. Mitrou, Privacy Preservation by k-Anonymization of Weighted Social Networks, 2012 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining, P. Yu, K. Carley et al., (eds), pp. 423-428, Aug, 2012, Istanbul, Turkey, IEEE CPS Conference Publishing Services, http://dl.acm.org/ft_gateway.cfm?id...
 

Abstract
Privacy preserving analysis of a social network aims at a better understanding of the network and its behavior, while at the same time protecting the privacy of its individuals. We propose an anonymization method for weighted graphs, i.e., for social networks where the strengths of links are important. This is in contrast with many previous studies which only consider unweighted graphs. Weights can be essential for social network analysis, but they pose new challenges to privacy preserving network analysis. In this paper, we mainly consider prevention of identity disclosure, but we also touch on edge and edge weight disclosure in weighted graphs. We propose a method that provides k-anonymity of nodes against attacks where the adversary has information about the structure of the network, including its edge weights. The method is efficient, and it has been evaluated in terms of privacy and utility on real word datasets.

L. Mitrou, M. Karyda, EU΄s Data Protection Reform and the right to be forgotten - A legal response to a technological challenge?, 5th International Conference of Information Law and Ethics, Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2165245, Jun, 2012, Corfu, Greece,
 

Abstract
Technological and social phenomena like cloud computing, behavioural advertising, online social networks as well as globalisation (of data flows) have profoundly transformed the way in which personal data are processed and used. This paper discusses the efficiency of the legislation in force and the impact of PETs and the concept of privacy by design on the enforcement of data protection rules. By recognizing the need to update the data protection regulation as a result of current technological trends that threaten to erode core principles of data protection, the paper addresses the question if the Draft-Regulation presents an adequate and efficient response to the challenges that technological changes pose to regulators. In this context the paper focuses on the right to be forgotten as a comprehensive set of existing and new rules to better cope with privacy risks online in the age of “perfect remembering” and we how persistency and high availability of information limit the right of individuals to be forgotten. The paper deals with both the normative and the technical instruments and requirements so as to ensure that personal information will not be permanently retained.

Maria Eleni Skarkala, M. Maragoudakis, S. Gritzalis, L. Mitrou, Privacy Preserving Tree Augmented Naïve Bayesian Multi – party Implementation on Horizontally Partitioned Databases, TrustBus 2011 8th International Conference on Trust, Privacy and Security of Digital Business, S. Furnell, C. Lambrinoudakis, and G. Pernul, (eds), pp. 62 - 73, Aug, 2011, Toulouse, France, Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS, Springer, http://link.springer.com/content/pd...
 

Abstract
The evolution of new technologies and the spread of the Internet have led to the exchange and elaboration of massive amounts of data. Simultaneously, intelligent systems that parse and analyze patterns within data are gaining popularity. Many of these data contain sensitive information, a fact that leads to serious concerns on how such data should be managed and used from data mining techniques. Extracting knowledge from statistical databases is an essential step towards deploying intelligent systems that assist in making decisions, but also must preserve the privacy of parties involved. In this paper, we present a novel privacy preserving data mining algorithm from statistical databases that are horizontally partitioned. The novelty lies to the multi-candidate election schema and its capabilities of being a basic foundation for a privacy preserving Tree Augmented Naïve Bayesian (TAN) classifier, in order to obviate disclosure of personal information.

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A.-M. Piskopani, L. Mitrou, Facebook: Reconstructing Communication and decostructing privacy law? , 4th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, Polymenakou/Pouloudi/Pramatari (eds.), Sep, 2009, Athens- Greece,
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E. Kosta, C. Kalloniatis, L. Mitrou, E. Kavakli, Search engines: gateway to a new “Panopticon”, TRUSTBUS -Trust, Privacy and Security in Digital Business, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pp. 11-21, Dec, 2009, Berlin Heidelberg , Springer 2009,
P. Drogkaris, D. Geneiatakis, S. Gritzalis, C. Lambrinoudakis, L. Mitrou, Towards an Enhanced Authentication Framework for eGovernment Services: The Greek case, EGOV’08 7th International Conference on Electronic Government, E. Ferro, J. Scholl, M. Wimmer, (eds), pp. 189-196, Sep, 2008, Torino, Italy, Trauner Verlag, http://www.icsd.aegean.gr/publicati...
 

Abstract
It is widely accepted that electronic Government environments have caused a complete transformation of the way individuals, businesses and governmental agencies interact with central government. However, the acceptance and success of e-Government services largely depend on the level of trust and confidence developed by the users to the provided services and the overall system security. Thus the employment of the appropriate authentication framework is a crucial factor. This paper focuses on the way to determine the appropriate trust level of an electronic service. Specifically, it provides guidelines according to the data required for a transaction, as well as to the available authentication and registration mechanisms. Moreover, a Single Sign-On architecture is proposed, supporting a uniform authentication procedure that depends on the level of trust required by the service. In the aforementioned research work specific requirements and limitations for Greece have been taken into account.

M. Karyda, L. Mitrou, Internet Forensics: Legal and Technical issues, 2nd Annual Workshop on Digital Forensics and Incident Analysis (WDFIA 2007), pp. 3-12, Dec, 2007, Samos, Greece, IEEE,
 

Abstract
This paper provides a combined approach on the major issues pertaining to the investigation of cyber crimes and the deployment of Internet forensics techniques. It discusses major issues from a technical and legal perspective and provides general directions on how these issues can be tackled. The paper also discusses the implications of data mining techniques and the issue of privacy protection with regard to the use of forensics methods.

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L. Mitrou, E-voting: Constitutional and Legal Requirements in the Recommendation of the Council of Europe , 2nd Votobit International Conference, J. Barrat, (ed), pp. 20, Oct, 2004, Leon-Spain, University of Leon ,
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L. Mitrou, K. Moulinos, Privacy and Data Protection in Electronic Communications, MMM-ACNS, V. Gorodetsky, L. Popyack, V. Shormin, (eds), pp. 432-436, Sep, 2003, St. Petersburg, Springer,
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L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, S. K. Katsikas, Revisiting legal and regulatory requirements for secure e-voting , Proceedings, IFIP SEC 2002, pp. 469-480, Dec, 2002, Cairo, Egypt,
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L. Mitrou, Data Protection: a new constitutional right, Center for European Consitutional Law - Conferences, D. Tsatsos, V. Venizelos, X. Kontiadis, (eds), pp. 143-157, Oct, 2001, Athens, Ekdoseis Sakkoula,
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L. Mitrou, Privacy Protection on the Internet, EETT, pp. 71-85, May, 1999, Athens, EETT,
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L. Mitrou, Technology, Commerce and Data Proetction, Conference of the Association of the Greek Commercialista, pp. 173-198, Nov, 1998, Delfoi,
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L. Mitrou, Privacy: The hesitant and uncertain course of personal data protection, Twenty years of the Greek Constitution, Sakkoulas, (ed), pp. 33-52, Dec, 1998, Athens-Komotini,

Βιβλία


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[1]
L. Mitrou, The General Data Protection Regulation , 2017, ATHENS-THESSALONIKI, P. SAKKOULAS
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L. Mitrou, A.-M. Piskopani, S. Tassis, M. Karyda, S. Kokolakis, (eds), Facebook, blogs και δικαιώματα, 2013, Εκδόσεις Σάκκουλα
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L. Mitrou, The Publicity of sanction or the Sanction of Publicity (in Greek), 2012, Athens-Thessaloniki, Ekdoseis Sakkoula
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C. Lambrinoudakis, L. Mitrou, S. Gritzalis, S. K. Katsikas, (eds), Privacy and Information and Communication Technologies: Technical and Legal Issues (http://www.papasotiriou.gr/product/prostasia-tis-idiotikotitas--texnologies-pliroforikis-kai-epikoinonion), 2010, Athens, Greece, Papasotiriou Pubs. (in Greek)
[5]
L. Mitrou, Law in the Information Society, 2002, Thessaloniki, Ekdoseis Sakkoula
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L. Mitrou, Information as a good, 2000, Athens, National Bank of Greece
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L. Mitrou, The Greek Data ProtectionAuthority, 1999, Athens, Ekdoseis Sakkoula
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L. Mitrou, Die Entwicklung der institutionellen Kontrolle des Datenschutzes, 1993, Baden-Baden, Nomos Verlag

Κεφάλαια σε Βιβλία


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[1]
L. Mitrou, Health data in General Data Protection Regulation, chapter in: Protection of health data, Kaiafa-Gbadi et al, (eds), pp. 1-25, 2018, Athens-Thessaloniki,
[2]
Jougleux P., G. Leventakis, L. Mitrou, Community Policing in the Light of the New European Data Protection Legal Framework, chapter in: Synergy of Community Policing and Technology, SpringerBriefs in Criminology, Leventakis, M. R. Haberfeld, (eds), pp. 15-20, 2018, Springer,
[3]
Giannopoulos G., L. Mitrou, Tsolias G., Obligations of the Data Controller, chapter in: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)- Analysis and Implementation, Kotsalis/ Menoudakos, (eds), pp. 167-222, 2018, Athens,
[4]
L. Mitrou, Τhe General Data Protection Regulation: A Law for the Digital Age?, chapter in: EU Internet Law, Regulation and Enforcement, T. Synodinou et al., (eds), pp. 19-58, 2017, Springer,
[5]
L. Mitrou, P. Drogkaris, G. Leventakis, Perceptions of videosurveillance in Greece, chapter in: Surveillance, Privacy and Security: Citizens’ Perspectives , New Security Studies, Michael Friedewald,J. Peter Burgess,Johann Cas,Rocco Bellanova,Walter Peissl, (eds), pp. 123-138, 2017, Routledge,
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L. Mitrou, The right to Data Protection in Greek Constitution, chapter in: The Greek Constitution – Commentary, P. Spyropoulos and al., (eds), pp. 214-233, 2017,
L. Mitrou, P. Drogkaris, G. Leventakis, Perceptions of videosurveillance in Greece: a “Greek paradox” beyond the trade-off of security and privacy ?, chapter in: Surveillance, Privacy and Security: Citizens’ Perspectives, M. Friedewald, J. P. Burgess, J. Cas, R. Bellanova, W. Peissl, (eds), pp. 123-138, 2016, Routledge, https://www.routledge.com/products/...
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L. Mitrou, Data Protection in Workplace, chapter in: Data Protection- Analysis – Commentary-Implementation, Kotsalis, (ed), pp. 191-221, 2016, Athens,
[9]
L. Mitrou, DNA Databases and Crime Detection, chapter in: DNA Analysis in Judicial Procedures, Kaiafa-Gbadi et al., (eds), pp. 87-114, 2014, Athens- Thessaloniki,
[10]
L. Mitrou, Introduction (in Greek), chapter in: Facebook, blogs and Fundamental Rights, pp. 9-20, 2013, Athens ,
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L. Mitrou, The Impact of Communications Data Retention on Fundamental Rights and Democracy , chapter in: Surveillance & Democracy, Κ. Haggerty and M. Samatas, pp. 127-147, 2010, London, Routledge ,
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L. Mitrou, M. Karyda, Bridging the gap between employee’s surveillance and privacy protection , chapter in: Social and Human Elements of Information Security: Emerging Trends and Countermeasures, Gupta M. and R. Sharman(ed.), pp. 283-300, 2009, Hershey-New York , Information Science Reference (IGI Gl,
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L. Mitrou, Data retention: a Pandora Box for Rights and Liberties?, chapter in: Digital Privacy: Theory, Technologies and Practices, A. Acquisti,S. De Capitani di Vimercati,S. Gritzalis,C. Lambrinoudakis, (eds), pp. 410-433, 2008, Auerbach Publications,
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G. Marias, L. Mitrou, M. Theoharidou, I. Soupionis, S. Ehlert, D. Gritzalis, SIP Vulnerabilities for SPIT, SPIT Identification Criteria, Anti-SPIT Mechanisms Evaluation Framework and Legal Issues, chapter in: SIP Handbook: Services, Technologies and Security of Session Initiation Protocol, Syed Ahson and Mohammad Ilyas (Εds.), pp. 457-480, 2008, CRC Press,
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S. Gritzalis, L. Mitrou, Content Filtering Technologies and the Law, chapter in: Securing Information and Communication Systems: Principles, Technologies and Applications, J. Lopez, S. K. Katsikas, S. Furnell, A. Patel, (eds), pp. 243-265, 2008, Boston, USA, Artech House, https://books.google.gr/books?id=VA...
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L. Mitrou, The right to participate to Information Society, chapter in: The right to participate to Information Society, G. Papadimitriou, (ed), pp. 35-56, 2006, Athens-Thessaloniki,
[17]
L. Mitrou, Regulation in Cyberspace?, chapter in: Self-regulation, G. Papadimitriou, (ed), pp. 75-97, 2005, Athens-Thessaloniki,
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L. Mitrou, Personal Data Protection, chapter in: Information and Data Security, S. Katsikas, D.Gritzalis, S. Gritzalis, (eds), pp. 443-525, 2004, Athens-Greece, Ekdoseis Neon Technologion,
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L. Mitrou, D. Gritzalis, S. K. Katsikas, G. Quirchmayr, Electronic voting: Constitutional and legal requirements and their technical implications , chapter in: Secure Electronic Voting, D. A. Gritzalis , (ed), pp. 43-60, 2003, Boston, Dordrecht, London, Kluwer Academic Publishers,
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L. Mitrou, Worker's Personal Data Protection, chapter in: The Data Protection Authority and Its Decisions , G. Papadimitriou, (ed), pp. 21-44, 2002, Thessaloniki-Greece, Ekdoseis Sakkoula,
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