The right of an individual to know when and to whom personal data are disclosed. In some European constitutions, the right to informational self- determination is understood to be part of basic rights to freedom, which are inviolable.
- Support people (populations affected by disasters, responders, volunteers) in knowing what kind of data are collected and how they are being used
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Rouvroy, A., & Poullet, Y. (2009). The Right to Informational Self-Determination and the Value of Self-Development: Reassessing the Importance of Privacy for Democracy. In Reinventing Data Protection? (pp. 45–76). Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands. [DOI]