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Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence, Data Protection & the Law

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  • Presents analysis by the leading scholars in the field on their particular area of research expertise

  • Provides critical evaluations and guidance from all branches of data protection law

  • Illustrates a global focus on major themes pertaining to artificial intelligence, data protection law, competition, cybersecurity-crime and international commercial mediation and arbitration

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This book provides a comparison and practical guide of the data protection laws of Canada, China (Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan), Laos, Philippines, South Korea, United States and Vietnam. The book builds on the first book Data Protection Law. A Comparative Analysis of Asia-Pacific and European Approaches, Robert Walters, Leon Trakman, Bruno Zeller.


As the world comes to terms with Artificial Intelligence (AI), which now pervades the daily lives of everyone. For instance, our smart or Iphone, and smart home technology (robots, televisions, fridges and toys) access our personal data at an unprecedented level. Therefore, the security of that data is increasingly more vulnerable and can be compromised. This book examines the interface of cyber security, AI and data protection. It highlights and recommends that regulators and governments need to undertake wider research and law reform to ensure the most vulnerable in the community have their personal data protected adequately, while balancing the future benefits of the digital economy. 

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Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Cyber Security & Artificial Intelligence

  2. Data Protection Law – Asia

  3. Data Protection Law – North America

Authors and Affiliations

  • Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia

    Robert Walters

  • European Faculty of Law, The New University, Nova Gorica, Slovenia

    Marko Novak

About the authors

Robert Walters LLB (Victoria), MPPM (Monash), Ph.D Law (Victoria), Dr. Walters is an Adjunct Professor of Law, European Faculty of Law, New University, Slovenia, Europe, and admitted to Practice law in Australia. He is a member of ASEAN Law Association – Singapore, Executive Committee Member United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Coordination Committee for Australia, Asian Privacy Scholars Network.  Dr Walters has chaired Government Appointed Advisory Committee and represented government departments to Government Law Reform Committees, in Australia.


Marko Novak, Vice-Dean and Professor, European Faculty of Law, The New University, Slovenia Europe. Mr Novak holds a LL. D. (Doctor of Law) from Ljubljana University Law School. LL.M. (Master of Law in Common Law Studies), Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., U.S.A. LL.B. (Bachelor of Law), Ljubljana University Law School.

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