International and domestic principles of climate law


The rapid development of new technologies not only creates new problems in the field of personal data protection, but also calls into question the models of privacy legislation in modern states. The review analyzes the work of M. Burdon, professor at the Queensland University of Technology of Australia School of Law, which sets out a new view on the current norms on personal data protection, emphasizes the need for their revision and suggests new directions for the legal regulation of social relationships in this area



personal data protection; information privacy law; information security; right to information; information technology law; concept of modulation; digitalization

DOI: DOI: 10.31249 /iajpravo/2024.02.15

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