Monday, 13 December 2004

"Privacy and Human Rights 2004" published

Privacy International and the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) have released their annual Privacy and Human Rights 2004 yearbook, including an entirely new chapter on Privacy and Travel of which I was the principal author (with several other significant contributors).

Given book production schedules, it’s inevitable that some important developments have occurred since it went to press. But I think it’s the best available overview of why travel has, in the last year, become a core area of concern for privacy activists recognized as warranting inclusion in such a volume (as it wasn’t in the past), and the specific privacy issues that travel presents.

Link | Posted by Edward on Monday, 13 December 2004, 23:25 (11:25 PM)
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