Where Citizenship Law and Data Protection Law Converge

Jacquelyn D. Veraldi, Dimitry Kochenov, Oskar J. Gstrein

Research output: Other contributionAcademic


Becoming a citizen of a country is a noteworthy event. But in light of increasing concerns over the protection of personal data, states face questions regarding the necessity of formal publication of the personal data of their new citizens. A closer look at Member States' practices reveals radical discrepancies between the national approaches taken across the EU.
Original languageEnglish
TypeOnline blog
Media of outputVerfassungsblog
Publication statusPublished - 19-Jun-2019


  • Privacy
  • Data Protection
  • Citizenship
  • European Law
  • International Law

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