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Author Cvetkov, Kalin, author

Title The impact of business process outsourcing on privacy and data protection : a thorough risk analysis / Kalin Cvetkov
Published Oisterwijk, The Netherlands Wolf Legal Publishers, [2014]


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Description 65 pages ; 23 cm
Contents Contents note continued: 3.2.A BPO project should be carried out taking into account the concept of personal data and fair information principles as provided for in DPD 95/46 EC -- 3.3.The relevance of the concept of data controller and data processor in the context of premature termination of a business process outsourcing contract -- 3.4.How an infringement of the fair information principles threatens the data subjects' rights as provided for in the DPD 95/46/EC -- 3.5.Conclusion -- 4.Relevant provisions of the proposed Data Protection Regulation that could prevent the data subjects' rights from the risks, emerging from a premature termination of a BPO contract -- 4.1.An outline of the principle of accountability - the Data Protection Impact Assessment usefulness prior to the start of a BPO project -- 4.2.The relevance of the concept of "joint controllers" and the right to compensation and liability in regards to a prematurely terminated BPO project --
Contents note continued: 4.3.De lege ferenda proposals -- 4.4.Conclusion -- 5.Conclusion
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction -- 1.1.Business Process Outsourcing and its relation to the concept of Personal Data Protection -- 1.2.The control over the clients' personal data at the hands of a third party and the inherent risk to the data subject's rights -- 1.3.Conclusion -- 2.Personal data protection -- scope, core principles and key concepts as regulated by the first European supranational agreement (Convention 108), elaborating the right to personal data protection -- 2.1.Introduction -- 2.2.The object and the scope of Convention 108 and the notion of "personal data" -- 2.3.The significance of the core principles of personal data protection -- 2.4.The key concepts upon which the institute of personal data protection is built -- 2.5.Conclusion -- 3.The ability of the current data protection framework, regulating business process outsourcing, to protect the data subjects' rights in case of a premature termination of a project -- 3.1.Introduction --
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 63-65)
Subject Contracting out -- European Union countries.
Data protection -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries.
Privacy, Right of -- European Union countries.
LC no. 2014430890
ISBN 9462401322