Butterworths Data Protection Law Handbook Third edition
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Why should you buy Butterworths Data Protection Law Handbook Third edition
Butterworth's Data Protection Law Handbook is an essential addition to your legal library, and is part of LexisNexis' popular and successful Handbook series. It provides an invaluable single source collection of UK primary and secondary legislation, as well as relevant European and international materials in one manageable volume, providing readers with the essentials at their fingertips. This Handbook is indispensable for practitioners in all different sectors and industries as, to an ever-increasing degree, it affects all individuals and businesses throughout the UK, the EU and beyond.
The new third edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect key developments in this area, and includes:
* coverage of the new UK GDPR regime;
* the updated Data Protection Act 2018; and
* extracts of key UK Brexit legislation and EU-UK treaties.
New additions to the Handbook include:
* key codes issued by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO); and
* key European Data Protection Board (EDPB) guidelines.
The world has been transformed since the 1980s, when the Council of Europe’s Convention 108 became the first binding international instrument to seek to protect against abuses in the processing of personal data. Since that time, the quantity, variety and speed of data processing have grown dramatically, creating new industries as well as new regulatory concerns and frameworks. Enabled by ever more powerful computing and communications technology, the collection, storage, sharing, analysis, and other processing of data now pervades the operations of all sectors of the economy.
In-house counsel and general law practitioners, as well as information law specialists, need to have a good working understanding of data protection law and convenient access to the key pieces of legislation in this increasingly complex and important area of law. Read the full preface...
Table of contents
- Part 1 Data Protection — UK law and Statutory Codes
- Part 2 Data Protection — EU law and EDPB EU GDPR Guidelines and Recommendations
- Part 3 Data Protection: International Treaties
- Part 4 ePrivacy — UK law
- Part 5 ePrivacy — EU law
- Part 6 Human Rights
- Part 7 Key Brexit treaties and related UK legislation