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Emerging challenges in privacy law : comparative perspectives
Éditeur Cambridge University Press
Année cop. 2014
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Emerging challenges in privacy law : comparative perspectives
1 vol. (xvii-448 p.) ; 24 cm
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Introduction: ; 1. An overview of emerging challenges in privacy law Normann Witzleb, David Lindsay, Moira Paterson and Sharon Rodrick; ; Part I. Reforming the Data Protection Frameworks - Australian and EU Perspectives: ; 2. Navigating privacy in the information age: the Australian perspective Timothy Pilgrim; ; 3. Responding to new challenges to privacy through law reform: a privacy advocate's perspective Nigel Waters; ; 4. The reform of EU data protection: towards more effective and more consistent data protection across the EU Peter Hustinx; ; Part II. Privacy in European Human Right Instruments: ; 5. Protection of privacy in the EU, individual rights and legal instruments Udo Fink; ; 6. A world data privacy treaty? 'Globalisation' and 'modernisation' of Council of Europe Convention 108 Graham Greenleaf; ; Part III. Privacy protecton through common law and statute: ; 7. Protection against intrusion in English legislation N. A. Moreham; ; 8. Privacy: common law or human right? Michael Tilbury; ; 9. English privacy law in the light of the Leveson report Eric Barendt; ; Part IV. Privacy, Surveillance and Control: ; 10. Surveillance in public places: the regulatory dilemma Moira Paterson; ; 11. Privacy and young people: controlling anti-social behaviour through loss of anonymity Thomas Crofts; ; Part V. Privacy and the Internet: ; 12. Data privacy law and the Internet: policy challenges Lee A. Bygrave; ; 13. The 'right to be forgotten' in European data protection law David Lindsay; ; 14. Privacy online: reform beyond law reform Megan Richardson and Andrew T. Kenyon; ; 15. Privacy protection and data clouds in Germany and the influence of European law Dieter Dörr and Eva Aernecke; ; Part VI. Privacy, the Courts and the Media: ; 16. Open justice, privacy and suppressing identity in legal proceedings: 'what's in a name?' And would anonymity 'smell as sweet'? Sharon Rodrick; ; 17. Interim injunctions for invasions of privacy: challenging the rule in Bonnard v. Perryman Normann Witzleb
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