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Effective Remedies under Data Protection Law

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Data protection law regulates the various stages involved in the processing of data on individual, physical persons. These stages include the collection, registration, storage, use and dissemination of data. This chapter discusses development of national and international data protection law, and analyses the main functions of data protection. It focuses on what can be considered as the central principles of the applicable international standards, in particular the aforementioned Data Protection Convention and the rules developed under EC and EU law. The chapter also describes the development and content of the relevant data protection provisions in the CISA. It finally addresses one of the central questions of this research: does data protection law provide for legal remedies for individuals?.

Keywords: CISA; data protection law; Schengen Information System (SIS)

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