Lina Jasmontaite joined a PhD program at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in September 2016. Currently, she works on the Horizon 2020 project titled "Constructing an Alliance for Value-driven Cybersecurity" (CANVAS). She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E, IAPP). After obtaining an LLM in Law and Technology (cum laude) at Tilburg University (The Netherlands), she completed the European Commission traineeship program at the European Data Protection Supervisor. She worked as a legal intern in a Brussels-based European privacy and data security practice in 2013. She worked as a legal researcher at the Leuven University (CiTiP) in 2014-2016.
Her research interests include protection of human rights, regulation of new technologies and cybersecurity.
De Hert Paul, Jasmontaite Lina (2016) Internet Content Suppression. In: Wiesand Andreas, Chainoglou Kalliopi, Anna Sledzinska-Simon (eds.) Culture and Human Rights. De Gruyter, pp. 205-205. ▸ Abstract
Jasmontaite Lina, De Hert Paul (2015) The EU, children under 13 years, and parental consent: a human rights analysis of a new, age-based bright-line for the protection of children on the Internet. International Data Privacy Law (1) 5(1): 20-33. ▸ Abstract
De Hert Paul, Jasmontaite Lina (2014) Parental consent, the EU, and children as digital natives. Other contribution 9 Dec 2014. ▸ Abstract
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