The use of Big Data presents significant legal problems, especially in terms of data protection. The existing legal framework of the European Union based in particular on the Directive no. 46/95/EC and the General Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data provide adequate protection. But for Big Data, a comprehensive and global strategy is needed. The evolution over time was from the right to exclude others to the right to control their own data and, at present, to the rethinking of the right to (digital) identity. The General Data Protection Regulation, "GDPR" (Regulation EU 2016/679) deals with data protection and privacy of persons in the European Union and the European Economic Area. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.29614.46400
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