Privacy: The New Methodology, Part 1 – Sir David Eady

17 12 2011

It is recognised in the United Kingdom that there is a public interest in protecting personal privacy, not least in the light of our various international obligations contained in the International Covenant and in the European Convention on Human Rights.  It is right to say that we still do not have a general free-standing law of privacy.  But we have rules which protect certain aspects of personal life. Read the rest of this entry »