Friday, 2 July 2004

Privacy and Human Rights

I’ve posted a draft of a new section on Travel Privacy that I’ve been asked to contribute for the Privacy and Human Rights 2004 annual international survey of privacy law and developments. (Here’s the 2003 edition .) Comments are welcome, as always.

[Addendum, 13 December 2004: Here’s the final version as published, incorporating editiorial changes and corrections as well as additional contributions from other authors.]

Link | Posted by Edward on Friday, 2 July 2004, 01:24 ( 1:24 AM)

Edward, I have read your comments with interest. I am sorry that I missed your comments on my columnist page at I never use it and hadn't thought to check there.

I am interested in continuing the dialogue.

Bob Evans made some interesting observations about the level of concern over PNR sharing. Have you read his opinion piece on this?

Let's move the conversation back to to the listening post or talk shop and see what we can learn.

looking forward to getting to know more about you and your work.

Parry Aftab
The Privacy Lawyer,
Information Week magazine

Posted by: Parry Aftab, 7 July 2004, 21:06 ( 9:06 PM)
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