Chapter 2: Editors reflections
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Data protection regimes primarily reliant on legal form are becoming untenable in a world increasingly reliant on AI and big data. For the past decade now, scholars have been calling attention to the need to re-think key concepts like data protection and privacy, and for enhanced citizen-engagement and participatory methods to be included in regulation and governance agendas.

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