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Internet Privacy and Freedom of Expression


Privacy is a fundamental right, even though it is difficult to define exactly what that right entails. Privacy can be regarded as having a dual aspect – it is concerned with what information or side of our lives we can keep private; and also with the ways in which third parties deal with the information that they hold – whether it is safeguarded, shared, who has access and under what conditions.

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