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Research Handbook on Information Law and Governance

Edited by: Sharon K. Sandeen, Christoph Rademacher, Ansgar Ohly

ISBN13: 9781788119917
Published: September 2021
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £170.00



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This fresh and insightful Research Handbook delivers global perspectives on information law and governance, delving into principles of information law in the areas of trade secrecy, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity.

Providing US, Japanese and European perspectives, this Research Handbook presents an overview of legal regimes concerning the protection of information, with a particular focus on trade secrecy protection. Top international contributors offer analyses of general principles of information law, rights in data, the tension between trade secrecy and the freedom of information and the cross-fertilisation between national and regional data protection regimes.

Presenting an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to information law and governance, this innovative Research Handbook will be useful to those researching trade secret, privacy, and data security laws. The broad range of perspectives will also appeal to attorneys and information professionals who are engaged in information governance activities on behalf of their clients or employers.

Subjects:
Data Protection
Contents:
Introduction ix
PART I. GENERAL PERSPECTIVES
1. Cyberlaw will die and we will kill it 2
Ira Steven Nathenson
2. Confidentiality creep and opportunistic privacy 28
David S. Levine
3. Disclosure 48
Sharon K. Sandeen
PART II. EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS IN DATA: THE STATUS QUO AND THE WAY FORWARD
4. Exclusivity in data: How to best combine the patchwork of applicable European legal instruments 69
Herbert Zech
5. Data(base) rights? – misappropriation, property, and tales of trials and tribulations 77
Guido Westkamp
6. Big data in Japan: Copyright, trade secret and new regime in 2018 108
Tatsuhiro Ueno
7. Liability for the loss of data 121
Anette Gärtner
PART III. TRADE SECRECY LAW: EU, US AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
8. The emergence of a global standard for reasonable efforts? 135
Christoph Rademacher
9. Employer’s liability for trade secret infringement 154
Gintarė Surblytė-Namavičienė
10. The limits of trade secret protection in the EU 174
Tanya Aplin
11. Freedom of the media and trade secrets in Europe 195
Ulla-Maija Mylly
12. The DTSA and trade secret extraterritoriality 217
Elizabeth A. Rowe and Giulia C. Farrior
13. Jurisdiction and choice of law in trade secrets cases: the EU perspective 234
Ansgar Ohly
PART IV. DATA PROTECTION, PRIVACY AND CYBERSECURITY
14. Data privacy in Europe and its reception under Japanese law 259
Henrike Weiden and Kensaku Takase
15. The right to explanation, explained 278
Margot E. Kaminski
16. An introduction to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) 300
Eric Goldman
17. Legislative developments on cybersecurity in the EU in the age of artificial intelligence 309
Faye Fangfei Wang

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