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Bussche, Axel von dem 1919-1993

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Works: 3 works in 4 publications in 2 languages and 51 library holdings
Classifications: KK6071.5, 342.430858
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Most widely held works by Axel von dem Bussche
Data protection in Germany by Axel von dem Bussche ( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
La preĢface indique : ""What is the data privacy law in Europe?" - is perhaps one of the most frequently asked questions that lawyers face when supporting data privacy clients in an international context. Through the implementation of its directive 95/46/EC, the European Union, at least, has attempted to ensure the harmonisation of the data privacy frameworks of its member states - a harmonisation which, even today, is far from having been achieved. The question, as it relates to Germany, must therefore at least for now and for the foreseeable future continue to be "What is the data privacy law in Germany?". Due to the principle of territoriality in European data protection law, even companies or other entities not based in Germany are faced with Germany's implementation of the EU data protection framework. Companies that are not based within the European Union (EU) or the area of the European Economic Area (EEA) have to adhere to German data protection law if they intend to collect, process or use personal data in Germany. The same applies to companies within the EU or the EEA if they intend to render a specific data processing operation through a subsidiary based in Germany. In addition cross-border data transfer becomes more and more important - the requirements that apply to such operations are relevant to many types of outsourcing, centralisation across legal entities, functional transfers, and all off-shoring activities. While these kinds of activities are most commonly associated with international groups of companies, any small or mid-sized business could face the same compliance requirements. Compliance with these requirements cannot be achieved unless those entities, respectively the persons entrusted with data protection and secrecy within these entities, are familiar with the complex legal framework of German data protection. This, however, poses difficulties even for Germen experts - especially because of the fragmented and dense set of rules and regulations of the German Data Protection Act (BDSG), the German Telecommunications Act (TKG), the German Teleme dia Act (TMG), respective state laws and further sector-specific regulations as well as with respect to their fine differentiation and separation between them. Germany is Europe's economic engine. This is also, and especially, being recognised outside Europe. In this regard data protection law is becoming an ever more important "site factor". Consequently, inquiries for legal advice and counsel within the field of German data protection have increased noticeably in recent years. These inquiries are not only issued by large groups of companies with subsidiaries in Germany or IT-Outsourcing-Providers abroad, but also by foreign lawyers, economical auditors, and universities. What these stakeholders commonly share, is that they do not readily speak German, and if they do, they will find it difficult to command the vocabulary necessary to understand and implement advice and counsel in German. Therefore even the most elemental questions may fail merely because of the language barrier. When the authors of this book joined forces to conduct a workshop in German privacy law, for the benefit of foreign experts, at the European Data Protection Day 2011, it was a clearly appreciated advantage that they were able to present the matter to their audience in English. This book strives to share the authors' knowledge in a language the reader will feel comfortable with. It is intended as an introduction to German data protection law in English language, which shall address the fundamentals as well as the typically occurring issues in practice with regard to German data protection law. The book has been conceived as a "companion handbook" - not as a scientific textbook or commentary - and thus corresponds with the expectations of especially the Anglo-American coined judicial area. The book's ambition is to provide business and practice oriented solutions of common issues within the field of German data protection law. The book primarily targets non-German speaking persons entrusted with data protective tasks within companies or other entities, which however are nevertheless faced with German data protection provisions due to the aforementioned principle of territoriality in course of their area of activity within the businesses of their employers. Additionally it shall serve any other persons being confronted with German data protection provisions within their professional practice like foreign lawyers, but also computer specialists, business managers, directors and entrepreneurs. German data protection law shall not act as a stumbling block for this audience on its way to the German market. This book shall furthermore illustrate how German data protection provisions can be effectively implemented in own business models as a business enabler and thus utilised to one's own advantage"
World economic and social development ( Recording )
1 edition published in 1968 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
 
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Alternative Names
Bussche, Axel von dem 1919-1993
Bussche-Streithorst, Axel Ernst-August Clamor Franz Albrecht Erich Leo von dem 1919-1993
Bussche-Streithorst, Axel, Freiherr von dem, 1919-1993
Streithorst, Axel, Freiherr von dem Bussche-, 1919-1993
Streithorst, Axel von dem Bussche- 1919-1993
Von dem Bussche, Axel, 1919-1993
Von dem Bussche-Streithorst, Axel, Freiherr, 1919-1993
Languages
German (2)
English (2)