Protection of Informational Privacy
Protection of personal data is one of the most important parts of IT law. It includes basic issues within both public and private law. A satisfactory legal regulation is essential for the further development of the information society. This book reviews the basic features of data protection law and considers the fundamental concept of informational privacy.
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The Individual and Privacy
Proprietary Right of Personal Information
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Ann Cavoukian applies Article assessment assumed basis chapter Charles Sykes citizens Colin Bennett communication companies concerning consent consequences considerations considered consumer countries Danish law data controller Data Protection Agency data protection law data subject data transfer databases Denmark Directive disclosure discussed ensure example freedom of information fundamental impact implemented implies important included individual information society information technology informational freedom informational privacy interest Internet Jon Bing legal policy legal regulation legal standards legislation level of protection Manuel Castells marketing mass media matching nature notification Paul Schwartz Personal Data Act personal identity number personal information personal integrity perspective Peter Blume Peter Swire possible practice principle privacy protection private sector private sphere problem Processing of Personal provisions public administration public authorities public sector purpose question reasonable registers relation requirement restrictions right of access right to object risk rules safeguard Section sensitive data specific supervisory authority surveillance tion violations