Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law

Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law : Comparative Perspectives

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This collection of essays explores current developments in privacy law, including reform of data protection laws, privacy and the media, social control and surveillance, privacy and the Internet, and privacy and the courts. It places these developments into a broader international context, with a particular focus on the European Union, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Adopting a comparative approach, it creates an important resource for understanding international trends in the reform of privacy and data protection laws across a variety of contexts. Written by internationally recognised experts, Emerging Challenges in Privacy Law: Comparative Perspectives provides an accessible introduction to contemporary legal and policy debates in privacy and data protection law. It is essential reading for academics, policy makers and practitioners interested in current challenges facing privacy and data protection law in Europe and in the common law world.show more

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  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • 1139899155
  • 9781139899154

Table of contents

Introduction: 1. Emerging challenges in privacy law: comparative perspectives Normann Witzleb, David Lindsay, Moira Paterson and Sharon Rodrick; Part I. Reforming the Data Protection Frameworks - Australian and EU Perspectives: 2. Privacy law reform: challenges and opportunities Timothy Pilgrim; 3. Responding to new challenges to privacy through law reform: a privacy advocate's perspective Nigel Waters; 4. The reform of EU data protection: towards more effective and more consistent data protection across the EU Peter Hustinx; Part II. Privacy in European Human Right Instruments: 5. Protection of privacy in the EU, individual rights and legal instruments Udo Fink; 6. A world data privacy treaty? 'Globalisation' and 'modernisation' of Council of Europe Convention 108 Graham Greenleaf; Part III. Privacy in Private Law - Common Law and Statutory Causes of Action: 7. Protection against intrusion in English legislation Nicole Moreham; 8. Privacy: common law or human right? Michael Tilbury; 9. English privacy law in the light of the Leveson report Eric Barendt; Part IV. Privacy, Surveillance and Control: 10. Surveillance in public places: the regulatory dilemma Moira Paterson; 11. Privacy and young people: controlling anti-social behaviour through loss of anonymity Thomas Crofts; Part V. Privacy and the Internet: 12. Data privacy law and the Internet: policy challenges Lee Bygrave; 13. The 'right to be forgotten' in European data protection law David Lindsay; 14. Privacy online: reform beyond law reform Megan Richardson and Andrew Kenyon; 15. Privacy protection and data clouds in Germany and the influence of European law Dieter Dorr and Eva Aernecke; Part VI. Privacy, the Courts and the Media: 16. Open justice, privacy and suppressing identity in legal proceedings: 'what's in a name?' And would anonymity 'smell as sweet'? Sharon Rodrick; 17. Interim injunctions for invasions of privacy: challenging the rule in Bonnard v. Perryman Normann Witzleb.show more

About Normann Witzleb

Normann Witzleb is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law, Monash University, Melbourne, where he researches in the fields of privacy law and torts. David Lindsay is an associate professor in the Faculty of Law, Monash University, Melbourne, and an expert in copyright, privacy and Internet law. Moira Paterson is an associate professor in the Faculty of Law, Monash University, Melbourne, where she researches in the fields of freedom of information and privacy. Sharon Rodrick is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law, Monash University, Melbourne, where her teaching and research focuses on property law and media law.show more