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Date of this Version

Summer 9-11-2019

Citation

Alibeigi, A., Munir, A., & Ershadulkarim, Md, & Asemi, A. (2019). Towards Standard Information Privacy, Innovations of the new General Data Protection Regulation. Library Philosophy and Practice, 1-22.

Abstract

Protection of personal data in recent decades became more crucial affecting by emergence of the new technologies especially computer, internet, information and communications technology. However, Europeans felt this necessity at time and provided for up-to-date and supportive laws. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the latest legislation in EU to protect personal data of individuals based on the recent technological advancements. However, its’ domestic and international output still is debatable. This doctrinal legal study by using descriptive methods, aimed to evaluate the GDPR through analyzing and interpreting its’ provisions by especial focus on its’ innovations. The results show that the GDPR is much developed in comparison with previous personal data protection documents and will be a referred reference for the rest of the world in the near future.

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