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Author Name:    GRATTON, Éloise

Title:   Understanding Personal Information : Managing Privacy Risks

Publisher:    LexisNexis, Markham, Ontario, 2013, ISBN:9780433474074 

Seller ID:   106362

GRATTON, Éloise. Understanding Personal Information : Managing Privacy Risks. (Markham, Ontario) : LexisNexis, (March 2013). First Edition. Pp (2),[iii]-xxxi,(1),[1]-515,(5). Index. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering and blackpanels to front board and spine. "The objective of this book is to come to a common understanding of the notion of personal information, of the situa tions in which national DPLs should be applied, and of the way they should be applied. Working on a common interpretation of the definition of personal information is tantamount to defining what falls inside or outside the scope of DPLs. A coorolary of this book is to provide guidance to lawmakers, policymakers, privacy commissioners, courts, organizations handling personal information and individuals assessing whether certain information is or should be governed by the relevant DPLs, depending on whether the data-handling activity in question creates a risk of harm to an individual. This willprovide a useful framework under which DPLs remain efficient in light of m odern Internet technologies. It may also guide the law toward a more coherent understanding of data protection and privacy, and to serve as a framework for the future development of the field of data protection and privacy law." (from the Introduction, pp xxix-xxx). Contents : 1. Background Leading to the Definition of Personal Information. 1.1. Historical Background Leading to Laws Protecting Personal Information. 1.1.1. Evolution of the Notion of Privacy. 1.1.2. Control over Personal Information and Fair Information Practices. 1.1.3. Definition of Personal Information: Origin and Background.1.2. Technological Background Affecting Personal Information. 1.2.1. Incre ase in Volume of Information. 1.2.2 New Types of Information and CollectionTools. 1.2.3. New Identifying Methods. 1.2.4. New Uses of Information. 1.2 .5. Increased Availability of Data. 2. Constructing the Definition of Personal Information. 2.1. Deconstructing the Definition of Personal Information. 2.1.1. Deconstructing the Concept of Privacy as Control. 2.1.2. Deconstructing the Efficiency of the Definition of Personal Information. 2.2. Reconstruction Taking into Account Underlying Risk of Harm. 3. Implementing the Risk of Harm Approach to the Definition of Personal Information. 3.1. Subjective Harm Associated with Definition of Personal Information. 3.1.1. Subjective Harm Resulting from the Collection of Information. 3.1.2. Subjective Harm Resulting from the Disclosure of Information. 3.2. Objective Harm Associated with the Definition of Personal Information. 3.2.1. Objective Harm Resulting from the Use of Information. 3.2.2. Risk of Objective Harm: Criteria to Take into Account. 3.2.3 Objective Harm: Applying the Approach to Business Cases. Very good. 85.00


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