Georgetown University home page Search: Full text search Site Index: Find a web site by name or keyword Site Map: Overview of main pages Directory: Find a person; contact us About this site: Copyright, disclaimer, policies, terms of use Georgetown University home page Home page for prospective students Home page for current students Home page for alumni and alumnae Home page for family and friends Home page for faculty and staff Georgetown University Search: Full text search Site Index: Find a web site by name or keyword Site Map: Overview of main pages Directory: Find a person; contact us About this site: Copyright, disclaimer, policies, terms of use
Navigation bar Navigation bar
spacer spacer spacer spacer
border
spacer spacer spacer
border
spacer spacer

2002-

Over the last decade, more than 30 nations have adopted strict data privacy laws that leave the power to determine the transmission of personal information largely in the hands of consumers. Remarkably, Europe – and not the US – has led this effort, setting privacy rules worldwide and challenging US dominance in international market regulation. The project examines the origins and surprising diffusion of European privacy rules. Arguing that internal reforms within Europe have increased the region’s regulatory capacity to assert itself internationally, the work challenges the perception that Europe will continue to play second fiddle to the US in international regulatory affairs.

» More projects for Abraham L Newman

spacer spacer
Navigation bar Navigation bar