Beata Safari, ‘Intangible Privacy Rights: How Europe’s GDPR Will Set a New Global Standard for Personal Data Protection’

Introduction:
… Part II explores the goals of the Data Protection Directive and the Safe Harbor Framework, as well as some of their major criticisms, leading to the adoption of the new GDPR and the EU-US Privacy Shield. Part III breaks down strengths and weaknesses of the GDPR, introduces the cases which influenced change in the Union’s privacy regime, and analyzes how some key articles would affect foreign entities. Part IV discusses how data privacy changes would affect the future affairs of a company such as LinkedIn through application of the provisions and analysis discussed in Part III. Part V aggregates the analysis from Part IV and superimposes it upon anticipated new technological advances and the effectiveness of the GDPR in light of those advances. Finally, Part VI, the conclusion, condenses the information in this Comment to predict the implications of the GDPR on a new global privacy standard …

Safari, Beata (2017) Intangible Privacy Rights: How Europe’s GDPR Will Set a New Global Standard for Personal Data Protection, Seton Hall Law Review volume 47 : issue 3, Article 6.

1 Comment to "Beata Safari, ‘Intangible Privacy Rights: How Europe’s GDPR Will Set a New Global Standard for Personal Data Protection’"

  1. Raffi's Gravatar Raffi
    19 May 2017 - 11:08 pm | Permalink

    This is amazing. Such a scholar.

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