Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trade & Human Rights Perspectives (Paperback)
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Now in paperback format, this is the first work to examine data privacy laws across Asia, covering all 26 countries and separate jurisdictions, and with in-depth analysis of the 14 which have specialised data privacy laws. Professor Greenleaf demonstrates the increasing world-wide significance
of data privacy and the international context of the development of national data privacy laws as well as assessing the laws, their powers and their enforcement against international standards. The book also contains a web link to an update to mid-2017.
About the Author
Graham Greenleaf, Professor of Law & Information Systems, University of New South Wales Graham Greenleaf is a Professor of Law at the University of New South Wales, Australia, where he specialises in the relationships between information technology and law. He is a co-founder and Co-Director of the free-access Internet law service, the Australasian Legal Information Institute. In 2010he took the lead in establishing the Asian Privacy Scholars Network. He was General Editor of the monthly Privacy Law and Policy Reporter 1994-2006, and since then has been Asia-Pacific Editor for Privacy Laws & Business International Report. He co-edited Global Privacy Protection (Edward Elgar, 2008) with J Rule. In 2010 he was made a member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his contributions to advancing free access to legal information and to the protection of privacy.