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Overview

Sixty-eight clear and concise country reports make Global Privacy and Security Law the single, essential resource for research into privacy and security, data protection laws, and the specific regulations of key countries around the world, delivering completely up-to-date information on every country covered. Includes easy cross-country comparison, expert analysis of every major directive, and precise practice tips. 

If your clients are collecting any data from citizens of foreign nations—including credit card numbers, addresses, or any identification information whatsoever—they are required to comply with local data protection laws, in every jurisdiction. Unfortunately, some corporations and their attorneys have discovered how sophisticated foreign privacy regulations can be only after becoming enmeshed in ongoing, complicated and expensive legal entanglements across far-flung jurisdictions. This is why we publish Global Privacy and Security Law—the fully comprehensive, and completely current resource on the complex topic of foreign data-protection laws.

Global Privacy and Security Law provides a thorough and practical explanation of the different aspects of information privacy and security, the major drivers that shape the development of modern data protection laws, and clear analyses of the specific regulations of key countries around the world.

This one-of-a-kind resource gives you:

  • Reliable insights and practical guidance on regional privacy regulations —from local experts
  • 68 clear and concise country reports
  • Country reports presented in identical format so you can easily compare countries
  • Expert analysis of every major directive
  • Precise practice tips to help you navigate complex regulations without error
  • Regular updates on what’s changed and what’s changing
  • And more!

Global Privacy and Security Law helps ensure that your company or clients are in compliance with the specific data-protection regulations in each country where they’re doing business. You’ll consistently turn to Global Privacy and Security Law for:

  • Clear insight, logically organized to save you research time
  • Completely up-to-date information on every country covered
  • Country reports presented in a uniform format to make comparison between jurisdictions simple
  • Three valuable updates every year

Global Privacy and Security Law is the single, essential, time-saving resource for:

  • Attorneys advising clients doing business in foreign countries
  • Members of the International Law Section of the ABA
  • Members of the IBA
  • ITechLaw members
  • Union Internationale des Avocats members
  • Chief Privacy Officers
  • Data privacy and protection professionals
  • Data Controllers
  • Chief Information Security Officers
  • Members of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
  • Privacy and Security Professionals in corporations doing business abroad
  • IT Outsourcers and Offshorers

Note: Online subscriptions are for three-month periods.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 – Introduction

  • Chapter 1 – Data Protection Challenges to Global Business
  • Chapter 2 – Taxonomy and Influences
  • Chapter 3 – Genesis of Modern Information Privacy and Security Law

Part 2 – The European Data Protection Framework

  • Chapter 4 – The Byzantine Process of European Data Protection Law Making
  • Chapter 5 – Introduction to the European Union Data Directives
  • Chapter 6 – 1995 EU Data Protection Directive
  • Chapter 6A – Proposed EU Data Protection Regulation|
  • Chapter 7 – 2002 EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications
  • Chapter 8 – 2006 EU Data Retention Directive
  • Chapter 9 – Transferring Personal Data out of the European Union and European Economic Area

Part 3 – The Asia Pacific Data Privacy Framework

  • Chapter 10 – The Asia Pacific Region

Part 4 – National Privacy and Data Protection Laws

  • Chapter 10A – Albania
  • Chapter 10B – Andorra
  • Chapter 11 – Argentina
  • Chapter 12 – Australia
  • Chapter 13 – Austria
  • Chapter 14 – Belgium
  • Chapter 15 – Brazil
  • Chapter 16 – Bulgaria
  • Chapter 17 – Canada
  • Chapter 18 – Chile
  • Chapter 19 – China
  • Chapter 20 – Colombia
  • Chapter 20A – Costa Rica
  • Chapter 21 – Cyprus
  • Chapter 22 – Czech Republic
  • Chapter 23 – Denmark
  • Chapter 24 – Dominican Republic
  • Chapter 25 – Dubai Emirate
  • Chapter 26 – Estonia
  • Chapter 27 – Finland
  • Chapter 28 – France
  • Chapter 29 – Germany
  • Chapter 30 – Greece
  • Chapter 31 – Hong Kong
  • Chapter 32 – Hungary
  • Chapter 33 – Iceland
  • Chapter 34 – India
  • Chapter 35 – Ireland
  • Chapter 35A – Isle of Man
  • Chapter 36 – Israel
  • Chapter 37 – Italy
  • Chapter 38 – Japan
  • Chapter 39 – Latvia
  • Chapter 40 – Liechtenstein
  • Chapter 41 – Lithuania
  • Chapter 42 – Luxembourg
  • Chapter 43 – Malaysia
  • Chapter 44 – Malta
  • Chapter 45 – Mexico
  • Chapter 45A – Monaco
  • Chapter 45B – Morocco
  • Chapter 46 – The Netherlands
  • Chapter 46A – New Zealand
  • Chapter 47 – Norway
  • Chapter 47A – Paraguay
  • Chapter 47B – Peru|
  • Chapter 48 – The Philippines
  • Chapter 49 – Poland
  • Chapter 50 – Portugal
  • Chapter 51 – Romania
  • Chapter 52 – Russia
  • Chapter 53 – Singapore
  • Chapter 54 – Slovakia
  • Chapter 55 – Slovenia
  • Chapter 56 – South Africa
  • Chapter 57 – South Korea
  • Chapter 58 – Spain
  • Chapter 59 – Sweden
  • Chapter 60 – Switzerland
  • Chapter 61 – Taiwan
  • Chapter 62 – Tunisia
  • Chapter 63 – Turkey
  • Chapter 63A – United Arab Emirates
  • Chapter 64 – United Kingdom
  • Chapter 65 – USA
  • Chapter 66 – Uruguay
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“Francoise Gilbert has done a great service to the field of privacy by comprehensively gathering, organizing, and interpreting the many privacy laws around the world. Global Privacy and Security Law will serve as an invaluable resource for anyone struggling with the complexities of this field.

— J. Trevor Hughes, Executive Director, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)

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