• Recommended readings in digital privacy and data protection in general


    • This folder serves as a knowledge repository for useful documents, reports, and knowledge materials about digital and online privacy and data protection in Southeast Asia and in general.

    • Dear DDP SEA Network Members,

      Your commitment to advancing digital privacy and data protection in Southeast Asia through the Right to Privacy (R2P) Program is truly commendable. We value your dedication to this important cause.



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This module will define what the right to privacy is, explain its importance in securing other human rights, and explain the difference between data privacy and data protection. This includes understanding current international definitions for critical concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy, and data protection, and how they are different but interrelated. Each module features videos, case studies, and activities for training participants embedded in each section.

Objectives of the module:

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to:

  1. Define and understand the right to privacy and its connection with other human rights.
  2. Grasp the difference between data privacy and data protection.
  3. Define and understand concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy.

This module will give an overview of the key international and regional (Southeast Asia) human rights legal instruments and documents that pertain to the right to privacy in the digital environment. The module will also analyze and present sample privacy and data protection legislation and regulations from around the world that adapt international and regional frameworks to local jurisdictions, such as the EU data governance framework and the data governance frameworks of Singapore, the UK, the US, South Africa, Brazil, and China. The module will also look at examples of data privacy and protection authorities around the globe. Each module features videos, case studies, and activities embedded in each section.

Objectives of the module:

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to:

  1. Define and understand the key international and regional (Southeast Asia) human rights legal instruments and documents that pertain to the right to privacy in the digital environment.
  2. Define and understand good practices regarding privacy and data protection legislation and regulations from around the world that adapt international and regional frameworks to local jurisdictions.
  3. Get acquainted with examples of data privacy and protection authorities. 


This module will define what the right to privacy is, explain its importance in securing other human rights, and explain the difference between data privacy and data protection. This includes understanding current international definitions for critical concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy, and data protection, and how they are different but interrelated. Each module features videos, case studies, and activities for training participants embedded in each section.

Objectives of the module:

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to:

  1. Define and understand the right to privacy and its connection with other human rights.
  2. Grasp the difference between data privacy and data protection.
  3. Define and understand concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy.

Module 3. A review of key topics in digital privacy   

Scope of the module: 

The module will cover innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe, such as data sandboxes, data trusts, privacy seals, and certification schemes. It will also give an overview of alternative data governance mechanisms that are not mainstream yet, but have the potential to democratize data sharing processes, such as data trusts, data cooperatives, data commons, data collaboratives and data marketplaces. The module examines case law on privacy in the digital environment and legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies.  

 

Objectives of the module: 

  • After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  • Define and understand the legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies. 

  • Define and comprehend innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe. 

  • Get acquainted with key legal areas related to data privacy protection, and case law on privacy in the digital environment. 


Scope of the module: 

This module will review and present data privacy regulations and practices in Indonesia. For each jurisdiction, the module will give an overview of the following elements: the right to privacy, surveillance legal landscape, data protection, policies, and sectoral initiatives.  

 

Objectives of the module: 

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  • Define and understand the data privacy regulations and practices in Indonesia.

  • Have a firm grasp of case law and case studies related to strategic litigation in online privacy in Indonesia.


This module was held in-person on 5/12 2-5pm in Kuala Lumpur.

The module will cover innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe, such as data sandboxes, data trusts, privacy seals, and certification schemes. It will also give an overview of alternative data governance mechanisms that are not mainstream yet, but have the potential to democratize data sharing processes, such as data trusts, data cooperatives, data commons, data collaboratives and data marketplaces. The module examines case law on privacy in the digital environment and legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies.

Objectives of the module:

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  1. Define and understand the legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies. 
  2. Define and comprehend innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe. 
  3. Get acquainted with key legal areas related to data privacy protection, and case law on privacy in the digital environment.



Scope of the module: 

This module will review and present data privacy regulations and practices in Malaysia. For each jurisdiction, the module will give an overview of the following elements: the right to privacy, surveillance legal landscape, data protection, policies, and sectoral initiatives.  

 

Objectives of the module: 

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  • Define and understand the data privacy regulations and practices in Malaysia.

  • Have a firm grasp of case law and case studies related to strategic litigation in online privacy in Malaysia.



This module was held in-person on 5/5 2-5pm in Ortigas, IBP National Office, Philippines.

The module will cover innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe, such as data sandboxes, data trusts, privacy seals, and certification schemes. It will also give an overview of alternative data governance mechanisms that are not mainstream yet, but have the potential to democratize data sharing processes, such as data trusts, data cooperatives, data commons, data collaboratives and data marketplaces. The module examines case law on privacy in the digital environment and legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies.

Objectives of the module:

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  • Define and understand the legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies. 
  • Define and comprehend innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe. 
  • Get acquainted with key legal areas related to data privacy protection, and case law on privacy in the digital environment.

Scope of the module: 

This module will review and present data privacy regulations and practices in the Philippines. For each jurisdiction, the module will give an overview of the following elements: the right to privacy, surveillance legal landscape, data protection, policies, and sectoral initiatives.  

 

Objectives of the module: 

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  • Define and understand the data privacy regulations and practices in the Philippines.

  • Have a firm grasp of case law and case studies related to strategic litigation in online privacy in the Philippines.



This module will define what the right to privacy is, explain its importance in securing other human rights, and explain the difference between data privacy and data protection. This includes understanding current international definitions for critical concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy, and data protection, and how they are different but interrelated. Each module features videos, case studies, and activities for training participants embedded in each section.


Objectives of the module:


After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to:


Define and understand the right to privacy and its connection with other human rights.

Grasp the difference between data privacy and data protection.

Define and understand concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy.

The module will cover innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe, such as data sandboxes, data trusts, privacy seals, and certification schemes. It will also give an overview of alternative data governance mechanisms that are not mainstream yet, but have the potential to democratize data sharing processes, such as data trusts, data cooperatives, data commons, data collaboratives and data marketplaces. The module examines case law on privacy in the digital environment and legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies.

Objectives of the module:

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  1. Define and understand the legitimate restrictions on the right to privacy through data protection, cybersecurity, cybercrime, and digital surveillance or ICT laws and policies. 
  2. Define and comprehend innovative data privacy frameworks deployed in national legislations around the globe. 
  3. Get acquainted with key legal areas related to data privacy protection, and case law on privacy in the digital environment.



Scope of the module: 

This module will review and present data privacy regulations and practices in Thailand. For each jurisdiction, the module will give an overview of the following elements: the right to privacy, surveillance legal landscape, data protection, policies, and sectoral initiatives.  

 

Objectives of the module: 

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to: 

  • Define and understand the data privacy regulations and practices in Thailand.

  • Have a firm grasp of case law and case studies related to strategic litigation in online privacy in Thailand.



This module will define what the right to privacy is, explain its importance in securing other human rights, and explain the difference between data privacy and data protection. This includes understanding current international definitions for critical concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy, and data protection, and how they are different but interrelated. Each module features videos, case studies, and activities for training participants embedded in each section.

Objectives of the module:

After the completion of this module, the training participants will be able to:

  1. Define and understand the right to privacy and its connection with other human rights.
  2. Grasp the difference between data privacy and data protection.
  3. Define and understand concepts such as personal privacy, networked privacy, digital privacy.

Course Description: Defending Digital Rights Symposium 2023!

Discover the latest insights and strategies in safeguarding digital rights in the ever-evolving landscape of the digital age. The Defending Digital Rights Symposium, held in June 2023, brings together thought leaders, legal experts, and digital advocates to explore the pressing issues surrounding privacy, freedom of expression, and cybersecurity. 


This symposium serves as a platform for fostering meaningful dialogue, knowledge exchange, and networking among professionals, activists, and stakeholders dedicated to upholding digital rights. By the end of this event, attendees will not only be equipped with a deeper understanding of the nuances within the digital rights landscape but will also be empowered to advocate for a more secure and open digital future. Join us in the Defending Digital Rights Symposium 2023 as we collectively shape the discourse on preserving the integrity of the digital world while ensuring the protection of individual rights and freedoms.

The digital age has brought about profound changes in the way we live, work, and connect with one another. As we navigate this ever-evolving landscape, the need to protect our digital privacy becomes increasingly vital. To shed light on the intricate world of digital privacy, the American Bar Association-Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) collaborated with the Human Rights Lawyers Association {HRLA), bringing forth a compelling webinar session held on October 20, 2023. 

  

Navigating the US Privacy Policy Landscape 

The session, aptly titled "Navigating the US Privacy Policy Landscape," was the first of a series of enlightening webinars that ABA ROLI has in store. 



Training on How to create a successful online event.
 (1 hour)

24 August 2023 at 11 am (Bangkok/Jakarta) / 12 pm (Manila/Kuala Lumpur)

Conducted by 

Elizabeth Donkervoort
Program Director, Center for Global Programs
American Bar Association

You will learn hosting effective virtual events requires new skills. Join our 1-hour online workshop to learn best practices for planning and facilitating engaging virtual experiences. We'll cover choosing the right platform and tools based on your goals and audience, designing an interactive agenda that aligns with strategic objectives, building connections through the screen, implementing security protocols, troubleshooting tech issues smoothly, and creating immersive experiences that energize remote audiences. Sign up to acquire the knowledge you need to create secure, strategic, and successful online events. 



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