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Privacy and Data Protection in Business: Laws and Practices (Sample Chapters)
  • Jonathan I Ezor
In the fields of digital privacy and data protection in the business world, effective compliance and risk management require not only knowledge of applicable laws and regulations, but at least a basic understanding of relevant technologies and the processes of the company or other organization that is collecting and/or using the personal information or monitoring behavior. This book is structured to provide a framework for law and other students to both learn the law and place it in the necessary technological and practical context, divided into topic areas such as children’s privacy, health information, governmental requirements, employee data and more. The examples and best practices, questions and links to additional materials contained within each chapter (and supplemented through dedicated Web-based content) should be approached by readers not only as aids to understanding the law, but as guides for future counseling and decisionmaking.
  • privacy; business privacy; data protection; personally identifiable information; COPPA; HIPAA; Gramm-Leach-Bliley; EU Data Protection Directive; social media; legal ethics,
  • law school,
  • business school,
  • law student
Publication Date
Fall 2012
Citation Information
Jonathan I Ezor. Privacy and Data Protection in Business: Laws and Practices (Sample Chapters). (2012)
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