Dictionary of Privacy, Data Protection and Information Security

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Dictionary of Privacy, Data Protection and Information Security

9781035300914 Edward Elgar Publishing
Mark Elliot, Professor of Data Science, School of Social Sciences, University of Manchester, Anna Maria Mandalari, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University College London, Miranda Mourby, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford and Kieron O’Hara, Emeritus Fellow in Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK
Publication Date: July 2024 ISBN: 978 1 03530 091 4 Extent: c 650 pp
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The Dictionary of Privacy, Data Protection and Information Security explains the complex technical terms, legal concepts, privacy management techniques, conceptual matters and vocabulary that inform public debate about privacy.

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The Dictionary of Privacy, Data Protection and Information Security explains the complex technical terms, legal concepts, privacy management techniques, conceptual matters and vocabulary that inform public debate about privacy.

The revolutionary and pervasive influence of digital technology affects numerous disciplines and sectors of society, and concerns about its potential threats to privacy are growing. With over a thousand terms meticulously set out, described and cross-referenced, this Dictionary enables productive discussion across fields by presenting an accessible and comprehensive coverage of the privacy sphere. In the ever-evolving debate surrounding privacy, this Dictionary takes a longer view, transcending the details of today''s problems, technology, and the law to examine the wider principles that underlie privacy discourse.

Interdisciplinary in scope, this Dictionary is invaluable to students, scholars and researchers in law, technology and computing, cybersecurity, sociology, public policy and administration, and regulation. It is also a vital reference for legal practitioners and policymakers concerned with privacy, data protection and information security.
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