Transatlantic Data Protection In Practice

Author: Rolf H. Weber
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3662554305
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This book offers guidance for US-based IT businesses on both sides of the Atlantic when dealing with big data and government data, since transatlantic data flows are key to the success of these enterprises. It offers practical insights into many of the data-protection challenges US companies in various industries face when seeking to comply with US and EU data-protection laws, and analyses the potential conflicts in the light of their risks and the way in which US-based cloud providers react to the uncertainties of the applicable data-protection rules. The book particularly focuses on the insights derived from a qualitative study conducted in 2016 with various cloud-based IT businesses in the Silicon Valley area, which shows the diversity of views on data protection and the many approaches companies take to this topic. Further, it discusses key data-protection issues in the field of big data and government data.

The Fundamental Right To Data Protection

Author: Maria Tzanou
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1509901698
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Since the entry into force of the Lisbon Treaty, data protection has been elevated to the status of a fundamental right in the European Union and is now enshrined in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights alongside the right to privacy. This timely book investigates the normative significance of data protection as a fundamental right in the EU. The first part of the book examines the scope, the content and the capabilities of data protection as a fundamental right to resolve problems and to provide for an effective protection. It discusses the current approaches to this right in the legal scholarship and the case-law and identifies the limitations that prevent it from having an added value of its own. It suggests a theory of data protection that reconstructs the understanding of this right and could guide courts and legislators on data protection issues. The second part of the book goes on to empirically test the reconstructed right to data protection in four case-studies of counter-terrorism surveillance: communications metadata, travel data, financial data and Internet data surveillance. The book will be of interest to academics, students, policy-makers and practitioners in EU law, privacy, data protection, counter-terrorism and human rights law.

Computer Law Journal

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Annual Report

Author: European Data Protection Supervisor
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The Trend Of Corporate Social Responsibility In The Eu

Author: Li-Jiuan Chen-Rabich
Editor: 淡江大學出版中心
ISBN: 9869607136
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歐盟歷經一甲子以上的統合發展,至今仍屹立不搖,歐盟結合了28個會員國的經濟實力,且已經成為全球最大的經濟實體,在國際經貿社會舉足輕重,並扮演領頭羊的角色。 本書詳細闡述歐盟企業社會責任的新趨勢,內容新穎,可供我國政府、產業界與學術界研究歐盟貿易政策的參考。

The Legal 500

Author: John Pritchard
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Internationale Politik

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Will Privacy Law In The 21st Century Be American European Or International

Author: Philipp E. Fischer
Editor: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656123519
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Intermediate Examination Paper from the year 2010 in the subject Law - Comparative Legal Systems, Comparative Law, grade: befriedigend, Queen Mary University of London (Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS)), course: International Studies in Intellectual Property Law (LL.M.) - End of first term dissertation, language: English, abstract: Rapidly developing technologies are providing new and very powerful means to sort, combine and analyse data. This data exists in a networked environment, thus personal information can be collected and processed on any computer on the Net and is, at least in theory, accessible by every computer on the Net. The development of the Internet has made it possible to transfer this data "around the globe at the click of a mouse". Fresh business models such as "cloud computing", the newest "driver to illustrate the speed and breadth of the environment", allow this data to be processed across national borders on a routine basis. Individuals and companies are "increasingly immersed in social networking, search technologies, online commerce and many other activities in which information about an individual is sent worldwide from one point to another". These activities became more and more borderless, because the Internet, as an open window to the world, blurs the lines between public and private space, firstly since globalisation and the outsourcing of economic actors entrain an ever growing exchange of personal data, additionally because of the security pressure in the name of the legitimate fight against terrorism opens the access to a significant number of data to an increasing number of public authorities and finally this is due the tools of the digital society accompany everyone at each stage of life by leaving permanently individual and borderless traces in both space and time. Therefore, calls of both the public and private sectors for an international legal framework for privacy and data protection have become louder. Privacy Commissioners appealed to the United Nations "to prepare a binding legal instrument which clearly sets out in detail the rights to data protection and privacy as enforceable human right". This appeal was repeated in 2008 at the 30th International Conference held in Strasbourg , and at the 31th conference 2009 in Madrid through the draft of a global legal instrument on Data Protection with a view to submitting it to the United Nations. But also companies such as Google and Facebook have come under continuous pressure from governments and citizens to reform data use of data. Could these calls possibly be best achieved by an international framework for Data Protection, rather than a collection of national or regional approaches?

Understanding Electronic Contracting

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The Lafollette Policy Report

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The Yale Journal Of International Law

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Michigan Journal Of International Law

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Computer Law Practice

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Library Information Science Abstracts

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Equal Opportunities Review

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Transatlantic Governance In The Global Economy

Author: Mark A. Pollack
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated
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THE GUARDIAN'S MISSION The handsome stranger Martha Gabler encounters near her isolated mountain cabin claims he's an ATF agent working undercover. Tristan Sinclair insists that if she doesn't play along as his girlfriend, they'll both end up dead. Soon she's hoping he'll take on a new mission: guarding her for the rest of her life. THE PROTECTOR'S PROMISE Grayson Sinclair vows to find out who's after his widowed neighbor and her child-without getting emotionally involved. Family life isn't for him, but he won't let some deranged person destroy the lovely home Honor Milone has made for her daughter. But can he continue to resist them when they're stealing his heart?