Corpus ID: 166447839

PROTECTION OF PRIVACY IN MALAYSIA: A LAW FOR THE FUTURE

@inproceedings{Yusoff2014PROTECTIONOP,
  title={PROTECTION OF PRIVACY IN MALAYSIA: A LAW FOR THE FUTURE},
  author={Zuryati Mohamed Yusoff},
  year={2014}
}
...................................................................................2 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.............................................................3 TABLE OF CONTENTS..............................................................4 FULL TABLE OF CONTENTS...................................................6 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.....................................................13 

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