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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Whistleblowing: Law and Practice

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e-Privacy and Online Data Protection 2nd ed isbn 9781845924492

E-privacy and Online Data Protection

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ISBN13: 9780406945884
ISBN: 0406945888
New Edition ISBN: 9781845924492
Published: May 2002
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback & CD-ROM
Price: Out of print

This unique new work is the first and only practitioner's guide to consider how data protection and privacy law affect electronic commerce and business practice.

Providing vital compliance advice for any company doing business electronically or handling information relating to individuals, this practice manual is accompanied by a CD-Rom containing useful precedents including website privacy policies, employee's code of conduct for email and internet use, data processing agreements and standard clauses for international data transfers.

E-Privacy and Online Data Protection will answer your client's questions on:-

  • How will the Information Officer's Employment Code of Conduct affect my business?
  • How can I minimise liability for staff misuse of email?
  • Does my website gather data in an effective and legal way?
  • What does 'fair and lawful processing' of data entail?
  • How can I ensure safe and legal transfer of data outside the UK?
This practical work also analyses EU Directives and how they are regulating privacy and data protection on the Internet as well as considering law and practice in other jurisdictions such as Australia, Canada and the USA.

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Internet Law
Privacy Law and the Regulatory Framework.; The Acquisition of Customer Information.; Customer Relations Management. ;Location of Server and Data Exports. ;Interception of Communications.; E-Surveillance at Work. ;Precedents.