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Author Rengel, Alexandra.
Title Privacy in the 21st Century / by Alexandra Rengel.
Imprint Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.

Author Rengel, Alexandra.
Series Studies in Intercultural Human Rights
Studies in intercultural human rights.
Subject Privacy, Right of.
International law.
Author Rengel, Alexandra.
Series Studies in Intercultural Human Rights
Studies in intercultural human rights.
Subject Privacy, Right of.
International law.
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Contents Privacy in the 21st Century; Copyright; Table of Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1: Fundamental Rights; I. The Philosophical Origins of Human Rights Law; A. Natural Law; B. Positive Law; II. The Development of Human Rights Law from Natural and Positive Law Principles; Chapter 2: What Is Privacy?; I. Defining Privacy, Its Origins and Its Importance; II. The Concept of Privacy; III. The Right to Privacy: An Overview; Chapter 3: Threats to Privacy in Modern Times; I. New Technologies Affecting Privacy; A. Identity Cards; B. Biometrics.
C. Communications and Surveillance1. Video Surveillance and CCTV; 2. Unmanned Aerial Systems (Drones); 3. Internet Surveillance; 4. Workplace Surveillance; 5. International Surveillance; 6. Global Positioning System (GPS); 7. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID); D. Social Networks; Chapter 4: The General Right to Privacy as a Norm of International Law; I. Treaties as a Source of International Law; A. Treaties and the General Right to Privacy; II. Customary International Law as a Source of International Law; A. Customary International Law and the General Right to Privacy.
Chapter 5: Salient Issues: The Right to Privacy in Specific ContextsI. Search and Seizure; A. International Law and Jurisprudence; B. State Practice; II. Intimate Conduct; A. International Law and Jurisprudence; B. State Practice; III. Data Protection; A. International Law and Jurisprudence; B. State Practice; Chapter 6: Privacy in the Age of Terrorism; I. The Exchange of Privacy for Security; II. The Backlash: Civil Liberties Reconsidered and a Reclaiming of the Right to Privacy; Chapter 7: Appraisal and Recommendations; I. Balancing The Right To Privacy Against Other Societal Interests.
II. The Effect of Globalization on TechnologyIII. Technology, Knowledge, and Privacy by Design; IV. The Future of Privacy; Conclusion; Appendix: Privacy Protections in the Constitutions of Countries; Index.
Summary In Privacy in the 21st Century Alexandra Rengel offers an assessment of the International right to privacy within both a historical and modern context with a focus on the legal aspects of the right, its evolution and its future protection.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789004192195 (electronic bk.)
9004192190 (electronic bk.)
1306087341 (electronic bk.)
9781306087346 (electronic bk.)
9789004191129 (hardback ; alk. paper)
9004191127 (hardback ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 862371283
Additional Format Print version: Rengel, Alexandra. Privacy in the 21st Century. Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff Publishers 2013 1306087341


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