Asian data privacy laws : trade and human rights perspectives / Graham Greenleaf.
Oxford, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2014.
xlii, 579 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Data privacy laws in Asia : context and history International structures affecting data privacy in Asia Standards by which to assess a country's data privacy laws Hong Kong SAR : new life for an established law South Korea : the most innovative law Taiwan : a stronger law, on a constitutional base China : from warring states to convergence? Japan : the illusion of protection Macau SAR : the 'Euro model' Singapore : uncertain scope, strong powers Malaysia : ASEAN's first data privacy law in force The Philippines and Thailand : ASEAN's incomplete comprehensive laws Vietnam and Indonesia : ASEAN's sectoral laws Privacy in the other five Southeast Asian (ASEAN) states India : Confusion Raj, with outsourcing Privacy in the other seven South Asian (SAARC) states Comparing protections and principles : an Asian privacy standard? Assessing data privacy enforcement in Asia : alternatives and evidence International developments : future prospects for Asia Asian data privacy laws : trajectories, lessons, and optimism.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.