Table of Chapters

Global Privacy and Security Law

Table of Chapters

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

Part 5 – Documents

Appendix A – 1948 – United Nations – Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Appendix B – 1980 – OECD – Guidelines on the Protection of Privacy and Transborder Flows of Personal Data
Appendix C – 1981 – Council of Europe – Convention for the Protection of Individuals with Regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data
Appendix D – 1990 – United Nations – Guidelines for the Regulation of Computerized Personal Data Files
Appendix E – 1995 – European Union – Directive 95/46/EC on the Protection of Personal Data
Appendix F – 1997 – Federal Trade Commission – Fair Information Privacy Principles
Appendix G – 2001 – European Union – Standard Contractual Clauses Set 1 – Controller to Controller
Appendix H – 2001 – European Union – Standard Contractual Clauses Set 2 – Controller to Processor
Appendix I – 2002 –  OECD – Guidelines for the Security of Information Systems and Networks
Appendix J – 2002 – European Union – Directive 2002/58/EC on Privacy and Electronic Communications
Appendix K – 2004 – APEC – Privacy Framework
Appendix L – 2004 – European Union – Standard Contractual Clauses Set 2 – Controller to Controller
Appendix M – 2006 – European Union – Directive 2006/24/EC on the Retention of Data
Appendix N – 2009 – European Union – Directive 2009/136/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council
Appendix O – 2010 – European Union – Standard Contractual Clauses – Processor to Controller