Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law : Comparative Perspectives

By: Witzleb, NormannContributor(s): Lindsay, David | Paterson, Moira | Rodrick, SharonMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandCambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (470 p.)ISBN: 9781139910842Subject(s): Privacy, Right ofGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law : Comparative PerspectivesDDC classification: 342.08/58 | 342.0858 LOC classification: K3263 .E44 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-title; Series information; Title page; Copyright information; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; List of contributors; Foreword; 1 An overview of emerging challenges in privacy law; Part I: Reforming the data protection frameworks: Australian and EU perspectives; Part II: Privacy in European human right instruments; Part III: Privacy protection through common law and statute; Part IV: Privacy, surveillance and control; Part V: Privacy and the Internet; Part VI: Privacy, the courts and the media; Conclusion
Part I Reforming the data protection frameworks: Australian and EU perspectives2 Navigating privacy in the information age: the Australian perspective; Introduction; Privacy in the modern world; Privacy - a human right; Privacy law reform; ALRC recommendations; The government's first-stage response; Commissioner's powers; Overseas experience; Enforcement by the OAIC; Determinations; Own motion investigations; Data breach notification; Industry is standing up and taking notice; Other challenges and opportunities; Conclusion
3 Responding to new challenges to privacy through law reform: a privacy advocate's perspectiveIntroduction; New business models and practices; New actors; Jurisdictional issues; Enforcement issues; Recent law reform; Privacy Act; New principles; Direct marketing; Credit reporting; Privacy codes; Enforcement; Missing reforms; Sectoral legislation/regulation; Telecommunications; Health; Identity management; Quasi-regulators; Action on unsolicited marketing; Pending reforms; Statutory cause of action; Data security breach notification; Regulator effectiveness; Conclusion
4 The reform of EU data protection: towards more effective and more consistent data protection across the EUIntroduction; History and background; Privacy and data protection; EU Data Protection Directive; The Charter and Lisbon Treaty; Drivers of EU review; Continuity and change; General scope; User control; Responsibility; Supervision and enforcement; Global privacy; Final remarks; Part II Privacy in European human right instruments; 5 Protection of privacy in the EU, individual rights and legal instruments; Human rights as part of EU law; Right to privacy in the EU; Privacy and intimacy
Social aspects of private lifeData protection; Privacy and freedom of the press - the Caroline case; Protection of family; Protection of home; Correspondence and communication; Article 8 ECHR as a qualified right; Positive obligations; Conclusion; 6 A world data privacy treaty? 'Globalisation' and 'modernisation' of Council of Europe Convention 108; Adoption of 'European' data privacy standards outside Europe; The real world of data privacy laws; Convention 108 compared with other international instruments; Council of Europe Convention 108: history, status and standards
Convention 108 and its Additional Protocol: origins and purposes
Summary: Prominent privacy law experts, regulators and academics examine contemporary legal approaches to privacy from a comparative perspective.
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Cover; Half-title; Series information; Title page; Copyright information; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; List of contributors; Foreword; 1 An overview of emerging challenges in privacy law; Part I: Reforming the data protection frameworks: Australian and EU perspectives; Part II: Privacy in European human right instruments; Part III: Privacy protection through common law and statute; Part IV: Privacy, surveillance and control; Part V: Privacy and the Internet; Part VI: Privacy, the courts and the media; Conclusion

Part I Reforming the data protection frameworks: Australian and EU perspectives2 Navigating privacy in the information age: the Australian perspective; Introduction; Privacy in the modern world; Privacy - a human right; Privacy law reform; ALRC recommendations; The government's first-stage response; Commissioner's powers; Overseas experience; Enforcement by the OAIC; Determinations; Own motion investigations; Data breach notification; Industry is standing up and taking notice; Other challenges and opportunities; Conclusion

3 Responding to new challenges to privacy through law reform: a privacy advocate's perspectiveIntroduction; New business models and practices; New actors; Jurisdictional issues; Enforcement issues; Recent law reform; Privacy Act; New principles; Direct marketing; Credit reporting; Privacy codes; Enforcement; Missing reforms; Sectoral legislation/regulation; Telecommunications; Health; Identity management; Quasi-regulators; Action on unsolicited marketing; Pending reforms; Statutory cause of action; Data security breach notification; Regulator effectiveness; Conclusion

4 The reform of EU data protection: towards more effective and more consistent data protection across the EUIntroduction; History and background; Privacy and data protection; EU Data Protection Directive; The Charter and Lisbon Treaty; Drivers of EU review; Continuity and change; General scope; User control; Responsibility; Supervision and enforcement; Global privacy; Final remarks; Part II Privacy in European human right instruments; 5 Protection of privacy in the EU, individual rights and legal instruments; Human rights as part of EU law; Right to privacy in the EU; Privacy and intimacy

Social aspects of private lifeData protection; Privacy and freedom of the press - the Caroline case; Protection of family; Protection of home; Correspondence and communication; Article 8 ECHR as a qualified right; Positive obligations; Conclusion; 6 A world data privacy treaty? 'Globalisation' and 'modernisation' of Council of Europe Convention 108; Adoption of 'European' data privacy standards outside Europe; The real world of data privacy laws; Convention 108 compared with other international instruments; Council of Europe Convention 108: history, status and standards

Convention 108 and its Additional Protocol: origins and purposes

Prominent privacy law experts, regulators and academics examine contemporary legal approaches to privacy from a comparative perspective.

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