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Access to Information in the European Union: A Comparative Analysis of EC and Member State Legislation. By H. Kranenborg and W. Voermans. Groningen, The Netherlands: Europa Law Publishing, 2005. Pp. 129. ISBN: 9076871469. €36.00, US$65.00.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2019

Darla W. Jackson*
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Oklahoma City University Law Library, Oklahoma City, OK USA

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2 For instance both states have laws regulating the processing of personal data. Links to those laws are provided by the European Commission at http://ec.europa.eu/justice_home/fsj/privacy/law/implementation_en.htm Google Scholar

3 David Banisar, The Right to Information in the Age of Information, in Human Rights in the Global Information Society 86 (Rikke Frank J⊘rgenson ed., 2006), citing to Freedominfo.org, http://www.freedominfo.org Google Scholar

4 The survey information for some states does include links to NGOs that are monitoring the practical application of the laws. For instance, information is provided regarding NGOs that monitor application in Latvia and the United Kingdom are provided.Google Scholar

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Access to Information in the European Union: A Comparative Analysis of EC and Member State Legislation. By H. Kranenborg and W. Voermans. Groningen, The Netherlands: Europa Law Publishing, 2005. Pp. 129. ISBN: 9076871469. €36.00, US$65.00.
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