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Gender, data protection & the smart city: Exploring the role of DPIA in achieving equality goals

Calvi, Alessandra

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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;When reflecting upon the role of law as an instrument influencing&amp;nbsp;urban planning and shaping urban environments, the most&amp;nbsp;immediate link is to environmental and urban legislation.&amp;nbsp;&lt;br&gt;
Nevertheless, data protection law is increasingly expected to affect&amp;nbsp;the future development of urban realities in the European Union&amp;nbsp;(EU). Being actual &amp;ldquo;data cities&amp;rdquo;, current smart cities have been&amp;nbsp;significantly affected by the entry into force of the General Data&amp;nbsp;Protection Regulation (GDPR). In particular, the Data Protection&amp;nbsp;Impact Assessment (DPIA) is increasingly portraited as a solution to&amp;nbsp;address the countless fundamental rights challenges arising from the&amp;nbsp;personal data processing operations occurring in the context of smart&amp;nbsp;&lt;br&gt;
cities, inter alia due to its participatory element. However, is DPIA a&amp;nbsp;suitable approach to making smart cities more inclusive, and&amp;nbsp;specifically to empower women of diverse races, backgrounds, sexual&amp;nbsp;orientations and abilities? Enquiry into the ways in which smart&amp;nbsp;cities, where urban and data protection challenges merge, might&amp;nbsp;exacerbate dynamics of oppression against women, and how&amp;nbsp;European data protection law could address these challenges, is still&amp;nbsp;&lt;br&gt;
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