Global Privacy Law Review (GPLR) is a ground-breaking international journal that publishes top-quality and peer-reviewed articles, opinions, case notes and literature review on all aspects of privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity topics across the globe.
GPLR’s worldwide coverage ensures regular updates and latest discussions on the national, regional and international cross-border trends and legal developments, from the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to the California Consumer Privacy Act, to the Japanese Act on the Protection of Personal Information, and other laws and jurisdictions around the world.
GPLR also aims to provide a lively forum for debate on controversial issues related to these topics worldwide and offer possible solutions to the legal challenges faced by the society and industries in the Information Age.
GPLR is led by a leading expert Editor-in-Chief and a distinguished Editorial Board including top-notch academics and professionals all around the world to ensure the consistency and high-quality of its articles and publications. Every article is carefully assessed and peerreviewed, prior to its publication, by the Editor-in-Chief as well as the experts belonging to the journal’s high standing Editorial Board.