Privacy Issues, Cybersecurity, and Regulatory Structures: An Analysis


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Privacy Issues, Cybersecurity, and Regulatory Structures: An Analysis
Analyzing personal privacy issues related to various personal and business-related cybersecurity scenarios indicates that privacy rights must be respected
to a significant extent, but it is also evident that businesses have the right to protect their interests and to conduct operations without excessive regulatory interference. In many cases, cyberspace security should take precedence over privacy in order to prevent data and network breaches and enhance innovation, which can be undermined or compromised if competitors gain access to a company’s internal information and communications, or if regulatory structures unduly hinder some companies while...
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.....the internal information and communications of companies. Furthermore, current regulatory structures should be replaced because they are too complex, are favoring some companies over others because of different regulations in different jurisdictions, and are hindering innovation in many industries.
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