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The future of health data

Under the title "Zukunft Gesundheitsdaten - Wegweiser zu einer forschungskompatiblen elektronischen Patientenakte" (Future health data - a guide to a research-compatible electronic patient file), the iRights.Lab developed a comprehensive study on the subject of eHealth on behalf of Bundesdruckerei (federal printing house).
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Research Mon­i­tor Micro­tar­get­ing

Ger­man and Euro­pean researchers have thus far dealt only ten­ta­tive­ly with the topic of micro­tar­get­ing in elec­tion cam­paigns. Most of the research projects and sci­en­tif­ic papers on the sub­ject are from the USA. Since Barack Obama’s elec­tion cam­paign in 2008 at the lat­est, it has become clear that both Democ­rats and Repub­li­cans in the US […]
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Project Report: Big Data

What opportunities and risks arise from the use of Big Data in the fields of Smart Health and Smart Mobility? The answer is provided by the comprehensive study "Big Data", which iRights.Lab presented at the end of the second phase of the project "Does Germany need a digital code?"
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Who gov­erns the inter­net?

Internet governance is concerned with how the network remains technically, socially and politically functional. How exactly does Internet regulation work and what control options are there?
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The future of e‑government

Under the title The future of e‑government—proposals for cit­i­zen-friend­ly and secure dig­i­tal­iza­tion of admin­is­tra­tion, iRights.Lab com­piled a com­pre­hen­sive study on e‑government on behalf of Bun­des­druck­erei. It shows how a mod­ern dig­i­tal admin­is­tra­tion must be set up. The study can be down­loaded here (Ger­man).
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Senior cit­i­zens safe­ly online

More and more elderly people are pushing into the net and want to discover the new possibilities for themselves. This online guide explains the rules and conventions that apply there in a quick and understandable way.
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Eti­quette for the inter­net

In the ana­logue world, rules of con­duct have devel­oped over cen­turies, a span of time that has sim­ply not yet passed in the com­par­a­tive­ly young dig­i­tal world. Near­ly all of us are online, but there remains lit­tle agree­ment about what con­sti­tutes accept­able behav­ior there, how to deal with data and who is respon­si­ble for what. […]
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Online dossier on copy­right law

Copyright law has gained massive influence on our everyday life through digitalization. The online dossier Copyright Law, which was designed by Philipp Otto on behalf of the Federal Agency for Civic Education and updated by iRights.Lab, explains what needs to be considered.
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Delete me!

May 13, 2014 was a day of great surprise for many. The European Court of Justice obliged search engine providers to refrain from displaying links that violate the right to privacy of the applicant in a name based personal search upon request.
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Liv­ing the good (fam­i­ly) life in a dig­i­tal soci­ety

Digitalization presents new challenges for everything, including family life. The brochure summarizes the results of an expert workshop that iRights.Lab conducted on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Family Affairs in cooperation with the Central Intelligence Agency (ZIA). How do families cope in the digital society? How can the quality of life of families be improved through digitization? How [...]
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