Data Protection Regulations in European Union

  • Pavan Kumar.R
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  • Pavan Kumar.R

    Associate at Dr. Gubbi House of Justice, India

Abstract

Data protection laws can be traced back to 1970, The importance of data security and the need to regulate privacy will grow as the global economy evolves increasingly toward a linked information landscape. Understanding diverse ways to developing more compatible legal frameworks at the national, regional, and global levels, as well as various paths for doing so, is critical international trade facilitation and internet commerce facilitation. New technological developments have resulted in adding urgency to this need. Cloud computing has quickly risen to prominence, disturbing traditional models in various areas of law, business, and society. , GDPR replaced the EU’s previous data law adopted in 1995 even before Google was even registered as a domain name. This Article aims in analysing the EU GDPR provisions. Where GDPR needs businesses to be more accountable to the data subjects or the individuals whose data they collect and imposes much tougher punishments for those who fail to comply with. GDPR will also be an important contribution to the development of global data standards. This article further emphasises on the data processing, the rights of the data subjects, the safe harbor rule, and the data protection impact assessment.

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International Journal of Law Managment and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 3095 - 3103

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.11843

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