Data Protection Laws of the World — March 2013 edition
More than ever it is crucial that organisations manage and safeguard personal information, and address their risks and legal responsibilities in relation to processing personal data to ensure consistency with the growing thicket of applicable data protection legislation.
A well-constructed and comprehensive compliance programme can solve these competing interests and so represents an effective risk-management tool.
This handbook sets out an overview of the applicable privacy and data protection laws and regulations across 63 different jurisdictions to start you on your way through this complex area of compliance…
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