Butterworths Data Protection Law Handbook Second edition
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Why should you buy Butterworths Data Protection Law Handbook Second edition
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) brought about the biggest change in data protection law in the EU and the UK in more than two decades. The GDPR regime is just one aspect of a complex regulatory landscape that includes laws governing matters such as ePrivacy, access to information held by public authorities, laws relating to cybersecurity and computer misuse, and human rights.
The Butterworths Data Protection Law Handbook brings together in one manageable volume an invaluable single source collection of the most important pieces of EU and UK legislation and international materials in this field of law – which, to an ever-increasing degree, affects all individuals and businesses throughout the UK, the EU and beyond. It is an essential addition to your legal library, and is part of LexisNexis' popular and successful Handbook series.
Presented in easily accessible parts covering Data Protection, ePrivacy, Freedom of information and Environmental Information, Cybersecurity and Human Rights, the second edition of the Butterworths Data Protection Law Handbook will also include new sections covering key legislation in a no deal Brexit, as well as relevant draft EU-UK withdrawal arrangements.
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. Read the full preface...