Managing Privacy in a Connected World
From Artificial Intelligence (AI) to the Internet of Things, technology continues to advance at an accelerated pace, making the world more interconnected than ever. These advances require an understanding of the interplay between privacy and other areas of law as well as of certain technologies which are shaping the future of our world.
This new publication provides that direction. Written by a team of contributors led by industry leaders Éloïse Gratton and Elisa Henry, Managing Privacy In a Connected World offers an in-depth look at the current state of privacy law and how it is being affected by technological changes.
An Indispensable Volume
This is a necessary text that focuses on privacy law in the context of a world dominated by AI, the Internet of Things, smart technology and devices, and big data. Readers will benefit from a comprehensive, up-to-date and practical guide featuring cutting-edge content on best practices in managing the latest privacy issues in our connected era. Topics covered by Gratton and Henry and their roster of expert contributors include new technologies such as AI, blockchain, connected devices, IoT, targeted advertising, and new legal risks such as digital consent, cyber, outsourcing competition, online reputation, GDPR, privacy class actions.
Because of the far-reaching impact of privacy issues, Managing Privacy In a Connected World would be a useful acquisition for a broad range of legal and business professionals, including:
- Lawyers practising in the areas of privacy and access, technology, commercial, litigation, competition and media/communications/marketing/advertising, as well as in-house counsel, public sector counsel and legal researchers who will refer to it when researching and advising on issues and technologies impacted by privacy law
- Regulators, policymakers, law enforcement personnel and the judiciary who require a deep understanding of the evolving area of privacy law and related challenges
- Corporate strategists, risk and compliance managers, technology consultants, privacy advisors, corporate investigators and privacy officers who will find it a valuable reference for translating the privacy legal framework into business practices, complying with privacy laws and managing privacy risks
- Academics who can rely on it as a resource when teaching privacy or technology law or any other area of law impacted by privacy (such as commercial law, competition and litigation/class actions)
Table of contents
Chapter 1 : Digital consent
Chapter 2 : Global risks and the General Data Protection Regulation
Chapter 3 : Cyber risks and M&A transactions
Chapter 4 : Privacy class actions
Chapter 5 : Artificial intelligence
Chapter 6 : Outsourcing
Chapter 7 : Handling personal information in connection with business transactions
Chapter 8 : Online reputation
Chapter 9 : Distributed ledger technologies
Chapter 10: Targeted advertising
Chapter 11: Privacy and competition law
Chapter 12: Internet of Things: Regulatory and litigation risks
Chapter 13: Connected and smart devices