Advanced Data Protection Control (ADPC)

Soheil Human, Max Schrems, Alan Toner, Gerben, Ben Wagner

Publication: Working/Discussion PaperWU Working Paper

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Abstract

This specification defines a mechanism for expressing user decisions about personal data processing under the
European Union’s data protection regulations, and similar regulations outside the EU. The mechanism functions
through the exchange of HTTP headers between the user agent and the web server, or through an equivalent
JavaScript interface.
The mechanism serves as an automated means for users to give or refuse consent, to withdraw any consent
already given, as well as to object to processing. The mechanism provides an alternative to existing nonautomated
consent management approaches (e.g. ‘cookie banners’) and aims to reduce the efforts of the
different parties involved regarding the protection of users’ privacy.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationVienna
PublisherWU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Publication statusPublished - 15 Jun 2021

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NameSustainable Computing Reports and Specifications

WU Working Paper Series

  • Sustainable Computing Reports and Specifications

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Human, S., Schrems, M., Toner, A., Gerben, & Wagner, B. (2021). Advanced Data Protection Control (ADPC). (Sustainable Computing Reports and Specifications). WU Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Human, Soheil ; Schrems, Max ; Toner, Alan et al. / Advanced Data Protection Control (ADPC). Vienna : WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, 2021. (Sustainable Computing Reports and Specifications).
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Human S, Schrems M, Toner A, Gerben, Wagner B. Advanced Data Protection Control (ADPC). Vienna: WU Vienna University of Economics and Business. 2021 Jun 15. (Sustainable Computing Reports and Specifications).
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