Revue de presse
Review from previous edition Peter Carey is not afraid to deal with the complexity of real life scenarios...Another excellent section is that on employment-related data...Marketing is also dealt with in a very useful manner...His section on privacy and websites is also extremely useful...Carey makes his book easy to understand without requiring his non-EU based readers to do any additional research...Carey also has a gift for knowing what information is required at what time...this book was a rare academic pleasure to read. (CTLR
The book is a useful handbook of UK data protection law, and would be of particular use to those with no or little experience of this aspect of law. It clearly sets out all the relevant law, and discusses the statutory provisions. It is concisely and practically written and includes useful examples of situations which arise in practice. ... ideal for many of the businesses who need to come to grips with data protection law as a matter of compliance. It is written in an easy to follow manner with sufficient cross-referencing and details of sources of further information for the intelligent non-lawyer to obtain a basic understanding of data protection law (CTLR Vol. 7, Issue 7, Oct. 2001
a very useful work for those involved in data protection and could be read by both lawyers and non-lawyers alike with ease. (Privacy Laws & Business UK Newsletter
...the new edition is a useful updating of the law and a work that both lawyers and a more general business readership will find a very useful addition to their shelves (Howard Johnson, Bangor Law School, Communications Law 14.4
Présentation de l'éditeur
Now in its third edition, this invaluable handbook offers practical solutions to issues arising in relation to data protection law. It is fully updated and expanded to include coverage of all of the significant developments in the practice of data protection, and takes account of the wealth of guidance published by the Information Commissioner since the last edition. The third edition includes new material on the changes to the Commissioner's powers and new guidance from the Commissioner's office, coverage of new cases on peripheral aspects of data protection compliance and examples of enforcement, the new code on CCTV processing, the new employment code, clarification on the definition of "personal data", the binding corporate rules on the exemption to the export data ban and the new ICT set of model contractual provisions for data exports, and the proposed action by the EU against the UK for failing to implement the Data Protection Directive appropriately. There are new chapters on terminology and data security.