Information Privacy Governance and Regulation in Australia: An E-Commerce Perspective (Hardback)

A high level scholarly work covering information governance in the electronic and international environment

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Information Privacy Governance and Regulation in Australia: An E-Commerce Perspective is a high level scholarly work covering information governance in the e-commerce and international environment in Australia. Written by a respected academic in this field, this book provides an introduction to e-commerce and internet law, with a focus on intellectual property aspects. This is followed by comprehensive commentary on international privacy laws, the domestic and international frameworks for information governance, challenges in regulation and law reform in this area both in Australia and globally.

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• Written by distinguished academic
• E-commerce and information governance examined in the international environment
• Up to date commentary on law reform

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• LexisNexis Legislation Series: Intellectual Property Collection 2018
• Paterson, Freedom of Information and Privacy in Australia: Information Access 2.0, 2nd edition, 2015

 

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Table of contents


  • Part 1

  • Chapter 1 – An Overview of the Digital Medium and E-Commerce

  • Part 2

  • Chapter 2 – Privacy and the Right to Privacy: An Australian Perspective

  • Part 3

  • Chapter 3 – Information Governance and Regulation in E-Commerce

  • Chapter 4 – Information Governance and Regulation Landscape

  • Chapter 5 – Information Governance Regulators

  • Part 4

  • Chapter 6 – The Challenges for Regulators, and Future Developments for Law Reform

  • Part 5

  • Chapter 7 – Conclusion on the Future Developments

  • Appendices

  • 1. European Union, Convention 108

  • 2. European Union, General data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

  • 3. Schedule 2 of Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) – Australian Privacy Principles