Greenleaf compares the 26 asian countries in terms of their democracies and rule of law as well as human right practices the privacy law systems from jurisdictions with data privacy comprehensive laws to those with none. This monograph asian data privacy laws tradeandhuman rights perspectives is an extraordinary work of scholarship it is extremely interesting and important because it focuses on countries not just of the common law tradition but also countries of the civil law traditions often ignored or overlooked by lawyers in the english speaking world. Asian data privacy laws trade and human rights perspectives by graham greenleaf oxford oxford university press 2014 xlii 579 pp hardcover gbp11500 simon chesterman. Professor graham greenleafs asian data privacy laws trade and human rights perspectives is the only comprehensive book available that examines and aggregates the privacy laws of countries across asia
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