Courtesy of Routledge

Prof. Joe Cannataci has co-edited a special issue on "Across cultural divides; Data Protection and Islam" of the Journal "Information and Communications Technology Law", published by Taylor and Francis under the Routledge imprint. The issue contains five articles dealing with the highly topical and mostly neglected problematics of data protection in the Muslim world.

European Union privacy and data protection principles: Compatibility with culture and legal frameworks in Islamic states
Authors: Mireille M. Caruana; Joseph A. Cannataci
DOI: 10.1080/13600830701531953
pp. 99 – 124
Personal data protection law: The Malaysian experience
Author: Ida Madieha Azmi
DOI: 10.1080/13600830701532001
pp. 125 – 135
Privacy and Islam: From the Quran to data protection in Pakistan
Author: Muhammad Aslam Hayat
DOI: 10.1080/13600830701532043
pp. 137 – 148
Privacy law and technology in Nigeria: The legal framework will not meet the test of adequacy as mandated by article 25 of European union directive 95/46
Author: Ayo Kusamotu
DOI: 10.1080/13600830701597616
pp. 149 – 159
Recent European Union developments on data protection … in the name of Islam or 'Combating Terrorism'
Author: Jeanne Pia Mifsud Bonnici
DOI: 10.1080/13600830701597574
pp. 161 – 175

The issue can be accessed online via the journal website. Summary of the articles can be found here.