27/05/2021

Legal Cheek

An international right to obscurity

An opinion piece by a first-year law student at Edinburgh Napier University, Lewis Hay, discusses the need for an international treaty on the right to obscurity. "Private companies should not be able to determine under what circumstances a person's right to obscurity should or should not be granted; it is highly inappropriate." Instead, we should follow the European court's blueprint on dealing with these issues "to help incorporate the right to obscurity as an international human right."


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