Data protection

Creation of a Genetic Bank in India: Unconstitutional and Threat to Human Rights

Creation of a Genetic Bank in India: Unconstitutional and Threat to Human Rights

The DNA Technology (Use and Application) Regulation Bill seeks to facilitate the application of DNA-based forensic ...
Monitoring of employees’ electronic communications: Recent case-law in Turkey

Monitoring of employees’ electronic communications: Recent case-law in Turkey

The Turkish Constitutional Court recently delivered a judgment in the individual application of Celal Oraj ...
When data protection eclipses national security: Brazil’s Supreme Court leans towards unconstitutionality of ministerial dossier on antifascists

When data protection eclipses national security: Brazil’s Supreme Court leans towards unconstitutionality of ministerial dossier on antifascists

In June 2020, the headline “classified governmental action aims at antifascist professors and police officers” was ...
Use of Facial Recognition Technology in India: A Function Creep Breaching Privacy

Use of Facial Recognition Technology in India: A Function Creep Breaching Privacy

Criminal investigation has become convenient for the law enforcement agencies after the advent of "Facial ...
Sealing the Records of Irish Institutional Abuse

Sealing the Records of Irish Institutional Abuse

The Irish Oireachtas (parliament) has passed controversial legislation relating to the Mother and Baby Homes ...
Ensuring the lawfulness of automated facial recognition surveillance in the UK

Ensuring the lawfulness of automated facial recognition surveillance in the UK

In R(Bridges) v South Wales Police, the England and Wales Court of Appeal reviewed the lawfulness of the use of ...
Schrems II: Data Privacy Triumphs Over Mass Surveillance

Schrems II: Data Privacy Triumphs Over Mass Surveillance

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its anticipated judgement in the Schrems case, ...
The Politics of Global Health Data (with Sara Davis)

The Politics of Global Health Data (with Sara Davis)

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought questions around global healthcare financing and equitable access to treatments ...
Brazil’s ‘fake news’ bill threatens to harm internet freedom and individual rights

Brazil’s ‘fake news’ bill threatens to harm internet freedom and individual rights

The Brazilian Senate approved a bill to fight fake news on 30 June 2020. The bill now goes to the lower house and ...

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