Data Privacy and GDPR Handbook [electronic resource] / Sanjay Sharma
- Sharma, Sanjay, 1955-
- Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2019.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (499 pages)
- Intro; Data Privacy and GDPR Handbook; Contents; 1 Origins and Concepts of Data Privacy; 1.1 Questions and Challenges of Data Privacy; 1.1.1 But Cupid Turned Out to Be Not OK; 1.2 The Conundrum of Voluntary Information; 1.3 What Is Data Privacy?; 1.3.1 Physical Privacy; 1.3.2 Social Privacy Norms; 1.3.3 Privacy in a Technology-Driven Society; 1.4 Doctrine of Information Privacy; 1.4.1 Information Sharing Empowers the Recipient; 1.4.2 Monetary Value of Individual Privacy; 1.4.3 "Digital Public Spaces"; 1.4.4 A Model Data Economy; 1.5 Notice-and-Choice versus Privacy-as-Trust, 1.6 Notice-and-Choice in the US1.7 Enforcement of Notice-and-Choice Privacy Laws; 1.7.1 Broken Trust and FTC Enforcement; 1.7.2 The Notice-and-Choice Model Falls Short; 1.8 Privacy-as-Trust: An Alternative Model; 1.9 Applying Privacy-as-Trust in Practice: The US Federal Trade Commission; 1.9.1 Facebook as an Example; 1.10 Additional Challenges in the Era of Big Data and Social Robots; 1.10.1 What Is a Social Robot?; 1.10.2 Trust and Privacy; 1.10.3 Legal Framework for Governing Social Robots; 1.11 The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR); 1.12 Chapter Overview; Notes, 2 A Brief History of Data Privacy2.1 Privacy as One's Castle; 2.1.1 Individuals' "Castles" Were Not Enough; 2.2 Extending Beyond the "Castle"; 2.3 Formation of Privacy Tort Laws; 2.3.1 A Privacy Tort Framework; 2.4 The Roots of Privacy in Europe and the Commonwealth; 2.5 Privacy Encroachment in the Digital Age; 2.5.1 Early Digital Privacy Laws Were Organic; 2.5.2 Growth in Commercial Value of Individual Data; 2.6 The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Tilted the Dynamic against Privacy; 2.7 Emergence of Economic Value of Individual Data for Digital Businesses, 2.7.1 The Shock of the 9/11 Attacks Affected Privacy Protection Initiatives2.7.2 Surveillance and Data Collection Was Rapidly Commercialized; 2.7.3 Easing of Privacy Standards by the NSA Set the Tone at the Top; 2.8 Legislative Initiatives to Protect Individuals' Data Privacy; 2.9 The EU Path; 2.9.1 The Internet Rights Revolution; 2.9.2 Social Revolutions; 2.10 End of the Wild West?; 2.11 Data as an Extension of Personal Privacy; 2.12 Cambridge Analytica: A Step Too Far; 2.13 The Context of Privacy in Law Enforcement; Summary; Notes; 3 GDPR's Scope of Application; 3.1 When Does GDPR Apply?, and 3.1.1 "Processing" of Data184.108.40.206 Manual Processing; 3.1.2 "Personal Data"; 220.127.116.11 Relative Criteria for Identifiability; 18.104.22.168 Individual Circumstances; 22.214.171.124 Special Cases; 126.96.36.199 Anonymization; 188.8.131.52 Pseudonymization; 3.1.3 Exempted Activities under GDPR; 3.2 The Key Players under GDPR; 3.3 Territorial Scope of GDPR; 3.3.1 Physical Presence in the EU; 3.3.2 Processing Done in the Context of the Activities; 3.3.3 Users Based in the EU; 3.3.4 "Time of Stay" Standard; 3.4 Operation of Public International Law; Notes; 4 Technical and Organizational Requirements under GDPR
- 9781119594307 (electronic bk. : oBook)
1119594308 (electronic bk. : oBook)
- Description based upon print version of record.
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