CRi explains cutting edge IT law developments at national and international level to serve as a source of inspiration and a valuable tool for IT-law practitioners. As a peer reviewed journal, CRi explains and analyses state-of-the-art approaches and solutions to global IT-law challenges in their international context. An international network of reputable correspondents supports CRi in finding top quality submissions by talented authors.





Data Privacy Legislation in the EU Member States - Part Two of the Pratical Overview (Pohle, CRi 2018, 133)

Part One of this overview presented the 13 EU Member States which had adjusted their domestic data privacy law to the GDPR by July 2018 (Pohle, CRi 2018, 97-116).
Part Two completes this overview for 2018 and presents the national data privacy laws of the EU Member States which have introduced specific domestic laws supplementing GDPR during the third quarter of 2018.
(Verlag Dr. Otto Schmidt vom 12.10.2018 10:26)



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