World leading online privacy law library gets big increase in capacity

Published by the NZ Privacy Commissioner & APEC’s Data Privacy Chair, and reprinted with permission:

The International Privacy Law Library on WorldLII has been expanded.

The Library’s 32 databases include about 3,600 decisions of 13 privacy and data protection authorities, from New Zealand, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Australia, Korea, Macau, Mauritius, the United States and the European Union, plus many hundreds of decisions by appeal tribunals and courts. These decisions are located on AustLII, NZLII, BAILII, HKLII, AsianLII and WorldLII. The whole Library includes over 8,500 searchable items, including Court and tribunal decisions, law journal articles, law reform publications, legislation and international agreements concerning privacy. More expansion is underway.

Please see the joint release for more information.

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