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Philip Mielnicki

( 1 skrift av Sören Öman, visas nedan » Gå direkt till skriften )

Skrifter av Sören Öman med Philip Mielnicki som redaktör ( 1 st. )

2011 ( 1 st. )

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Omslaget till Trends in Data Protection Law

Trends in Data Protection Law” i Philip Mielnicki och Mårten Schultz (red.), Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law nr 15 – Årsbok III, 2011, s. 549–569

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It has long been a specific feature of Swedish data protection law that it comprises a system with innumerable acts with special data protection provisions covering different sectors of the public administration or a particular, big, computerised personal data file held by an authority. This system has not been abandoned with the introduction of the 1998 Personal Data Act. Instead, most existing special data protection acts were adapted to the new Personal Data Act or replaced by new acts. In fact, after the entry into force of the Personal Data Act several special data protection acts covering important areas of the public administration that were not previously covered by any special data protection regime have been adopted. Even today, there are several proposals for amended or brand new special data protection acts pending or being prepared.

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