Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trade and Human Rights Perspectives by Graham GreenleafAsian Data Privacy Laws: Trade and Human Rights Perspectives by Graham Greenleaf

Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trade and Human Rights Perspectives

byGraham Greenleaf

Paperback | August 12, 2017

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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 significanceof 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.
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 2010 he took the lead in establishing the ...
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Title:Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trade and Human Rights PerspectivesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:624 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.03 inPublished:August 12, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198810091

ISBN - 13:9780198810094

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Part I: ASIA AND INTERNATIONAL DATA PRIVACY STANDARDS1. Data Privacy Laws in Asia - Context and History2. International Structures Affecting Data Privacy in Asia3. Standards by Which to Assess a Country's Data Privacy LawsPart II: NATIONAL DATA PRIVACY LAWS IN ASIA4. Hong Kong SAR - New Life for an Established Law5. South Korea - The Most Innovative Law6. Taiwan - A Stronger Law, on a Constitutional Base7. China - From Warring States to Convergence?8. Japan - The Illusion of Protection9. Macau SAR - The 'Euro Model'10. Singapore: Uncertain Scope, Strong Powers11. Malaysia: ASEAN's First Data Privacy Law in Force12. The Philippines and Thailand - ASEAN's Incomplete Comprehensive Laws13. Vietnam and Indonesia - ASEAN's Sectoral Laws14. Privacy in the Other Five South-East Asian (ASEAN) States15. India - Confusion Raj, with Outsourcing16. Privacy in the Other Seven South Asian (SAARC) StatesPART III: COMPARISON STANDARDS, AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS17. Comparing Protections and Principles - an Asian Privacy Standard?18. Assessing Data Privacy Enforcement in Asia - Alternatives and Evidence19. International Developments - Future Prospects for Asia20. Asian Data Privacy Laws: Trajectories, Lessons and Optimism