Common Market Law Reports 2002 Bound Volume V1
Privacy, a special issue of the European Human Rights Law Review is designed to draw together current thinking on the extent to which an actionable right to privacy now exists and what it means. It collects together papers on this subject delivered at a recent conference organised by JUSTICE and Sweet and Maxwell. Further material has also been commissioned. The result is a one off issue which provides the reader with unique access to the thinking of some of the leading lawyers on the current legal and policy framework.
- 31 Jul 2003
- Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
- SWEET & MAXWELL
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Articles Courting the Media by Patrick Milmo Privacy Postponed? By Rabinder Singh and Jame Strachan Data Protection and the Media by Antony White Privacy and Expression: Convention Rights and Interim Injunctions by Hugh Tomlinson and Heather Rogers Breach of Confidence Cases under the Human Rights Act: not taking privacy seriously? By Gavin Phillipson Privacy: a right by any other name by Anthony Hudson Policing, Privacy and Proportionality by Nick Taylor Privacy and Surveillance: A Review of the Investigatory Powers Act 2000 by John Wadham and Gillian Ferguson Privacy Versus Freedom of Information: Is There A Conflict? By Timothy Pitt-Payne Do Privacy Rights Disappear in the Workplace? By Aileen McColgan Case Analysis Peck v UK by James Welch Roemen v Switzerland: Luxembourg Lawyer privacy by Inger Hdegreeedt-Rasmussen and Dirk Voorhoof Bellinger v Bellinger by Ulele Burnham Book Reviews Media Law The Law of Privacy and The Media Privacy and the Media - the Developing Law Developing Key Privacy Rights