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Zeszyt Naukowy (47)

We are pleased to present a new issue of the Scientific Journal (No 47) of the School of Banking and Management. The current issue includes texts concerning management and finance. After...

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#Zeszyt Naukowy (47)

We are pleased to present a new issue of the Scientific Journal (No 47) of the School of Banking and Management. The current issue includes texts concerning management and finance. After a review...

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e-PRIVACY IN EU LEGISLATION

The development of the market of new technologies which mostly involves collecting and processing data that are mainly commercial in character may pose a significant threat to the right to privacy of web users. Considering the challenge that results from a developed IT infrastructure, the author aims at the legal assessment of the right to privacy in e-communication in the light of the present EU regulations and the judgements of the UE Tribunal of Justice. The article presents the analysis of legislation regarding the right to be forgotten and the selected implementation issues of Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR)

MOBILITY TRENDS AND THEIR IMPACT ON EMPLOYMNET IN HUNGARY BETWEEN 2010-2015

International and Hungarian labor markets are influenced by many factors. The amount of people available to the labor market is of great importance; as well as the principles and social strategies affecting the people, well-being and living standards; the efficiency of social security; and the existence of social and professional mobility. These trends generate a great challenge on the labor market everywhere in the Central-Eastern Europe and in Hungary as well. This paper presents the mobility trends of Hungary between the period of 2010 and 2015 and focusing on the impacts of employment of the country.


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