An Introduction to Data Protection Law
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Why should you buy An Introduction to Data Protection
An Introduction to Data Protection focuses on the data protection regime under the GDPR in the context of commercial transactions, and covers the key definitions, key principles, lawful grounds for processing, privacy notices, commercial arrangements between controllers and processors and between controllers (including joint controllers), international data transfers, rights of data subjects, sanctions and enforcement, data protection in certain specific contexts and compliance.
It is a must-have practical guidance resource for junior lawyers and lawyers in training who are new to data protection law, and is essential reading for undergraduates and postgraduates on law courses covering the law related to data protection.