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Cambridge Analytica: A Property-Based Solution

Sun, Chieh-Jan (Simon)


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;The 2018 Cambridge Analytica scandal exposed the concern that current privacy regulation is not sufficient to regulate data. In response, this paper proposes a property-based solution, arguing that only by recognizing the property right toward data, a more comprehensive regulatory system can be established. Concerning the current development of the information society, property rights should be granted toward Data Analytical Products and databases. Thus, as a new data regulation covering the two new types of data property will be constructed, the datadriven economy can be regulated and consumer privacy can be protected.&lt;/p&gt;

&lt;p&gt;現行之隱私法規因2018年的劍橋分析事&lt;br&gt;
件而產生其不足以規範數據之疑慮。對&lt;br&gt;
此,本文建議應由物權之角度,透過肯&lt;br&gt;
認數據物權化之方式建立一更為完備之&lt;br&gt;
規範機制。考慮當代資訊社會之發展,&lt;br&gt;
物權宜被創設於數據商品及數據庫之&lt;br&gt;
中,並應以此為中心建立完整之管制模&lt;br&gt;
式,以規範數據經濟之發展及保護消費&lt;br&gt;
者隱私。&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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