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A Business Guide to Changes in European Data Protection Legislation

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ISBN13: 9789041110329
ISBN: 9041110321
Published: December 1998
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 concerns the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, with the intent to harmonise the differing data protection regimes in operation in the Member States of the European Union.;Article-by-article analysis of the general directive, plus the sector specific telecommunications directive 97/66/EC, are provided along with an overview of EU and EEA institutions and political processes, a glossary of terms, plus key fundamental base reference materials. Because the European Community Data Protection legislation is the first regional legislation in the world of its kind, specialists around the globe will find this guide useful.;This text should be useful in complying with the legal requirements of Directive 95/46/EC with regard to the processing of personal data and its movement. It is written in an accessible tone, in a way that will appeal to business managers as well as to lawyers and data protection specialists.;Purchasers of this guide may also order a Hypertext Electronic version, presented on a disk to run on a PC. This version presents a rapid manner of retrieving the information that you may wish to examine. For further information, please contact our customer service department by e-mail at services@wkap.nl.

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I: Introduction. A. The Directives. B. The Directives' Business Importance. C. Co-opertion bewteen CRID and Cullen International. D. The Report. Part II: Business Overview of the General Directive. A. Introduction. B. Background/Objectives. C. Scope. D. The Rights of Individuals (The `Data Subjects'). E. Transfer of Personal Data to Countries outside the EU. F. The Responsibilities of Companies/organisations. G. Which National Law Applies? H. The Responsibilities of the European Institutions. I. Conclusion. Part III: The General Directive. A: Article-by-Article Guide to Directive 95/46/CE. I: General Provisions and Definitions. II: General Rules on Legality of Personal Data Processing. III: Judicial Remedies, Liability and Sanctions. IV: Transfer of Personal Data to Third Countries. V: Codes of Conduct. VI: Supervisory Authority and Working Party. VII: Community Implementing Measures. VIII: Final Provisions. B: Flexibility in the Directive. I. Introduction. II. Recognising the Margin of Manoeuvrability. III. The Area Covered by this Margin of Manoeuvrability. IV. Conclusions -- Beyond `Accepted' Diversity. Part IV: The Telecommunications Directive. A. Introduction. B. The Treaties. C. The Institutional Framework. D. The Legislative Process. E. The Comitology Rules. F. The European Economic Area (EEA) Agreement. Appendices: A. Glossary of Terms. B. Text of Directive 95/46/EC. C. Text of Directive 97/66/EC. D. Recommendations of OECD Council. E. Tex tof Council of Europe Convention. F. Relevant Articles of the EC Treaty. G. Data Protection Authorities in the Member States.