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Data Protection & Privacy
Data Protection & Privacy
Jurisdictional Comparisons
3rd Edition
Series:  The European Lawyer Ref Series
ISBN:  9780414057838
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor:Monika Kuschewsky
Publication Date:  08 Nov 2016
Format:  Hardback, eBook - ProView
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The number of jurisdictions with laws on data protection and privacy is still on the rise and the interest in the area of data protection and privacy has never been greater. The book aims to create a single starting point of reference for businesses, data protection officers, advisers and legal professionals involved in data protection and privacy. This third edition of Data Protection & Privacy – Jurisdictional Comparisons serves as an indispensable reference guide on the data protection and privacy laws in over 40 countries from six continents.

Written by expert local practitioners, with deep experience in the field of data protection and privacy, every chapter contains an overview of the key elements and principles of the data protection and privacy law framework in the relevant jurisdiction as well as the latest developments and trends. Because each chapter follows the same Q&A structure, readers can conduct quick comparisons between the various legal regimes.

The third edition covers the EU General Data Protection Regulation and the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield, along with two new regional summaries for the Asia-Pacific and Latin America, and forewords by Giovanni Buttarelli, The European Data Protection Supervisor, and Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, who chairs the French national data protection authority, the CNIL.

FEATURES & BENEFITS
1. Argentina – Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal
2. Australia – Gilbert + Tobin 
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Contents

1. Legislation
2. Data protection authority
3. Legal basis for data processing 
4. Special rules 
5. Data quality requirements
6. Outsourcing and due diligence
7. International data transfers
8. Information obligations
9. Rights of individuals
10. Security of data processing
11. Data protection impact assessments, audits and seals
12. Registration obligations
13. Data protection officer
14. Enforcement and sanctions
15. Remedies and liability
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