Key trends in states use of digital technologies to enhance surveillance-privacy and data protection challenges for international law

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Watt, E. 2023. Key trends in states use of digital technologies to enhance surveillance-privacy and data protection challenges for international law. Haines, S. (ed.) Privacy, Mobile Technology and Cybersecurity. Department of Information Security, Royal Holloway, University of London 17 May 2023 pp. 1-14
TitleKey trends in states use of digital technologies to enhance surveillance-privacy and data protection challenges for international law
AuthorsWatt, E.
Abstract

The presentation identified current trends in states' and non-state actors surveillance and explored challenges this poses to the traditional international human rights architecture, with particular emphasis on privacy and data protection rights.

Sustainable Development Goals4 Quality education
Research GroupLaw and Politics
LanguageEnglish
ConferencePrivacy, Mobile Technology and Cybersecurity
Page range1-14
EditorsHaines, S.
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Print17 May 2023
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Deposited16 Jun 2023
Accepted10 Apr 2023
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