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            10.2307/j50022063
            prometheus
            Prometheus
            Pluto Journals
            0810-9028
            1470-1030
            1 March 2021
            : 37
            : 1 ( doiID: 10.13169/prometheus.37.issue-1 )
            : 80-85
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            Center for Law and Digital Technologies, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands, g.h.evers@ 123456law.leidenuniv.nl
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            prometheus.37.1.0080
            10.13169/prometheus.37.1.0080
            cb54331e-e978-43eb-98fc-ee89ffe676c3
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            Privacy is Power: Why and How you Should Take Back Control of Your Data by (2020) Bantam, London, 288pp., £15 (hardback) ISBN: 9781787634046

            Privacy at the Margins by (2020) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 220pp., £25 (paperback) ISBN: 9781316632635

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            Computer science,Arts,Social & Behavioral Sciences,Law,History,Economics

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