Addressing flaws in privacy laws: 'Beyond Data' book review

22/02/2023 | E&T

A new book, 'Beyond Data’ by Elizabeth M Renieris, asks whether we have forgotten to protect people in the fight to protect personal information. The author argues that privacy laws and regulations have unintentionally failed to safeguard people’s dignity and autonomy. As a solution, she proposes a human-rights-centred approach to data legislation is needed to address this imbalance. Read the review of the book by E&T.

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