Ivan Szekely

Academic rank: 
Senior Research Fellow
Open Society Archives


Book Chapter
Székely, I., and Beatrix Vissy. "Excercising Access Rights in Hungary." In The Unacountable State of Surveillance: Excercising Access Rights in Europe, edited by Clive Norris, Paul de Hert, Xavier L’Hoiry and Antonella Galletta, 135-180. Springer International Publishing AG, 2017.
Székely, I.. "From a model pupil to a problematic grown-up: Enforcing privacy and data protection in Hungary." In Enforcing Privacy: Regulatory, Legal and Technological Approaches, edited by David Wright and Paul de Hert, 79-104. Springer International Publishing, 2016.
Korenhof, P., J. Ausloos, I. Székely, M. Ambrose, G. Sartor, and R. Leenes. "Timing the Right to Be Forgotten: A study into “time” as a factor in deciding about retention or erasure of data." In Reforming European Data Protection Law, edited by S. Gutwirth, R. Leenes and P. de Hert, 171-201. Law, Governance and Technology - Issues in Privacy and Data Protection. Dordrecht: Springer Science+Business Media, 2015.
Székely, I.. "Archivos, archivistas, paradigmas archivísticos: desafíos en la sociedad de la información." In Hacia una política integral de gestión de la información pública. Todo lo que siempre quisimos saber sobre archivos (y nunca nos animamos a preguntarle al acceso a la información), edited by Natalia Torres, 171-183. Buenos Aires: CELE, Universidad de Palermo, 2014.
Székely, I.. "Hungary." In Global Privacy Protection: The First Generation, edited by J. B. Rule and G. Greenleaf, 174-206. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2008.
Székely, I.. "Central and Eastern Europe: Starting from Scratch." In The Right to Know. Transparency for an Open World, edited by A. Florini, 116-142. New York: Columbia University Press, 2007.
Journal Article