By Alex B. Makulilo (eds.)
This quantity provides analyses of information security structures and of 26 jurisdictions with facts defense laws in Africa, in addition to extra chosen nations with no entire information safeguard legislation. moreover, it covers all sub-regional and neighborhood facts privateness rules in Africa. except analysing facts safeguard legislation, the e-book makes a speciality of the socio-economic contexts, political settings and criminal tradition within which such legislation constructed and function. It bases its analyses at the African felony tradition and comparative overseas facts privateness law.
In Africa safeguard of private facts, the crucial preoccupation of information privateness legislation, is at the coverage time table. The lately followed African Union Cyber safeguard and information security conference 2014, that's the 1st and presently the one unmarried treaty around the globe to deal with information security outdoors Europe, serves for example of such curiosity. furthermore, there are information safeguard frameworks at sub-regional degrees for West Africa, East Africa and Southern Africa. equally, legislation on safeguard of private info are more and more being followed at nationwide aircraft. but regardless of those info privateness legislations reforms there's little or no literature approximately info privateness legislations in Africa and its contemporary advancements. This ebook fills that hole.
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Even where the commissioner has been appointed, sometimes enforcement has been problematic. 109 Makulilo (2013), Vol. 3, No. 42–50. 6 Conclusion An overview of the above discussion points that Africa is undergoing transformation due to globalisation process. In this way, its cultural foundations which used to hold individuals in social groups are disintegrating giving individuals self-autonomy. Claims for privacy in Africa are slowly becoming commonplace due to an increased use in modern technologies by both individuals and institutions.
2016. 105 Ibid. 1 The Context of Data Privacy in Africa 19 ness from Europe is a major reason as to why African countries have adopted or plan to adopt comprehensive data protection laws. At the regional level, the African Union (AU) adopted on 27 June 2014 the AU Convention on Cybersecurity and Personal Data Protection 2014. This Convention covers three main issues: electronic transactions, personal data protection and cybercrimes. e. However, this Convention has not yet come into force. It is noteworthy that the AU Cybersecurity Convention was preceded by other initiatives to protect privacy in Africa.
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African Data Privacy Laws by Alex B. Makulilo (eds.)