Journal of Data Protection & Privacy provides an expert, peer-reviewed forum for the publication of academic and practitioner applied research, briefings, discussion, case studies, expert comment, analysis and insights on the key legal, regulatory, governance, operational and technological issues affecting data protection, privacy and information security globally.
In an age where technology and social media pervade everyday life, where the lines between public and private are increasingly blurred, an individual’s right to privacy is more important than ever. The European Union enacted the GDPR for the purpose of protecting the personal data—specifically data collected over the internet as a result of
The Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality is an open-access multi-disciplinary journal whose purpose is to facilitate the coalescence of research methodologies and activities in the areas of privacy, confidentiality, and disclosure limitation. The JPC seeks to publish a wide range of research and review papers, not only from academia, but also from government (especially official statistical agencies) and industry, and to serve as a forum for exchange of views, discussion, and news.
Jun 01, 2005 · Indian Law Focuses on Data Theft India's closest attempt at privacy-protection legislation is the Information Technology Act of 2000.This act includes provisions that cover unauthorized access and data theft from computers and networks, with a violation penalty of approximately $200,000.