General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
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AbstractSince EU (European Union) published GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in 2016, every countries related have started to pay more attention on PII (Personally Identifiable Information) and personal privacy. GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018 lawsbrought people’s attention on how to cope with data privacy, especially in the current pandemic.Conventional personal privacy breach crimes had been boostedwith the rapid development of ICT technology. The Internet had brought rise in cybercrimes even though it had changed the stages of activities, communications, socialization and way of access to information. Internet had now been applied as a tool by many cyber criminals hunt PII and personal privacy in order to performing their malicious activities. One of the reason behind Internet being frequently exploited by most cyber criminals had been that Internet was a low-cost, relative easyapproach for interaction [Schneier,2019]. Although there were different strategies had been developed and approved to control these cybercrimespotentially,people in the society realized handling of these crimes were seriouslysignificant. Attacks carried online by offenders or perpetrates were considered to have importantimpact, which could be severe when compared to attacks carried out offline and in the physical domain [Lipton 2011]. A strategy was proposed with feasible method to improve on privacy protection, in terms of enhance people’s awareness on PII privacy in our society.
CitationFeng X, Feng Y, Asante A (2021) 'A systematic approach of impact of GDPR in PII and privacy ', International Journal of Engineering Science Invention, 10 (1), pp. 05-14.
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