Statement of responsibility: by Clare Sullivan
ISBN: 0980723000, 9780980723007, 9780980723014
Title from PDF title page.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 145-156) and index.
1 online resource (xii, 162 pages) : illustrations
Great Britain.; Australia.; Computer networks Security measures.; Computer security Law and legislation Australia.; Computer security Law and legislation Great Britain.; Identification cards.; LAW / Computer & Internet; Computer security Law and legislation.; Business enterprises Computer networks Security measures.
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- Digital identity -- introduction
- Genesis of this book
- The importance of identity
- Approach of this book
- Structure of this book and chapter synopsis
- Digital identity -- a new legal concept
- Central argument
- Registered digital identity in the United Kingdom
- The relationship between transaction identity and database identity in the United Kingdom
- Distinguishing Solove's 'digital person'
- Digital identity in Australia
- Digital identity -- the nature of the concept
- Registered digital identity
- The role and nature of transaction identity
- Is transaction identity the legal person?
- Transaction identity is the legal person
- Digital identity -- inherent vulnerabilities
- The fallibilities of the identifying information
- Digital identity -- consequential individual rights
- Identity distinguished from privacy
- The right to identity under the scheme
- An express right to identity
- Right to identity under European human rights law
- The protection provided by the right to privacy
- Digital identity -- protection
- The wrong and the harm caused by misuse of transaction identity
- Identity theft distinguished from identity fraud
- Is identity theft really theft?
- Identity theft is theft
- Criminal damage
- Digital identity -- conclusion
- A new concept of identity and a new perspective
- 'Tomorrow is nearer than you think'
- Case law
- Legislation and bills
- Other sources