This book explores the impact of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in ten Member States (Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom including comments on Brexit situation) and its international influence in Switzerland and Japan. Eight months after the entry into force of the GDPR, this book analyses the tension between the visibility of the European Model and the readability of this model. This book provides insights and commentary on derogation and option differences between Member States. It outlines the issues most contested when national legislatures were drafting and implementing Bills to give effect to permitted derogations in the GDPR. Furthermore, this book questions to what extent the diversity of approach of national adaptations raises concerns regarding their conformity to the GDPR.
This book is the result of an international cooperation launched through an e-conference organised by blogdroiteuropeen in June 2018. It brings together papers from seventeen legal academics or practitioners (lawyers, Data protection officers, and Data Protection authority representatives). It is the second digital book of the Series Open Access Book edited by blogdroiteuropeen.
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Mc Cullagh K., Tambou O., Bourton S. (Eds.), National Adaptations of the GDPR, Collection Open Access Book, Blogdroiteuropeen, Luxembourg February 2019, 130 pages, Available at: https://wp.me/p6OBGR-3dP
See our former Open Access Book: Tambou O., Bourton S. (Eds.), The Right to be Forgotten in Europe and Beyond/ Le droit à l’oubli en Europe et au-delà, Collection Open Access Book, Blogdroiteuropéen 2018, 156 pages,
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2 réflexions sur “Open Access Book on National Adaptations of the GDPR, Mc Cullagh, Tambou, Bourton (eds.)”
Bravo pour cette belle réalisation !
Merci j’espère que surtout que ce livre sera utile car il existe encore peu d’approche comparative à ce jour sur les adaptations nationales du GDPR.