Tag: Privacy law
Deceptive (dating) by design?
Dating apps may seem like a piece of fun but more sinister goings-on may be at play, such as privacy and human rights breaches, writes third year law student Tanzeel ur Rehman
The need for an international right to obscurity
With the internet more accessible than ever, Edinburgh Napier law student Lewis Hay calls for a more uniform and transparent approach
What’s next in Meghan Markle’s privacy claim against Associated Newspapers
Northumbria law grad and aspiring barrister Benjamin Ramsey considers the former Suits actress' causes of action and chances of success if her case goes to trial
Who is responsible for our data and how do we get it back?
Data controllers have weaponised consent by using privacy policies written in legalese and dark patterns to hide privacy-protecting options, argues St Andrews PhD student Janis Wong
Privacy, celebrities and the media
It's a fine balance between the freedom of the press and the privacy of individuals, says newly qualified solicitor Aisha Hussain
Law and tech writing competition sees students vie for £2,000 cash prize
Entries for Justis’ annual comp open today