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|Notes:||Previous edition: 2002.|
|Description:||liv, 835 pages ; 26 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction, background & history of the legislation. The development of privacy from the law of confidence and the Human Rights Act 1998. Interpretation of the Act and key definitions. Relation with freedom of information. The principles. Legitimate processing. Sensitive data. Overseas or cross-border transfers of personal data. Notification. Individual rights. Subject access. Rights to prevent processing. Rights relating to automated decisions. Compensation and other individual remedies. Exemptions for regulation, national security, crime control and taxation. Exemptions for the protection of the individual family, health, social work, and schools information. Exemptions for special purposes: journalistic, literary and artistic. Research. Miscellaneous exemptions. Enforcement and prosecutions. Enforced subject access. Transitional provisions. The Commissioner. Information tribunal. European databases. Electronic communication, the Telecommunications Regulations 1999 and Directive 2002/58. Data protection|
|Responsibility:||by Colin Sara.|
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Easing the tense boundaries of the law
Colin Sara’s book is an excellent exposition of the law relating to boundaries and the current concepts of easements. And his frustrations with the subject (which...
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