Introduction Privacy and National Security in the Digital Age

European and Comparative Constitutional Perspectives

in Tilburg Law Review
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The article introduces the theme of the protection of the right to privacy in a world characterized by rapid developments in digital technology and the need to fight terrorism. It identifies the challenges that surveillance policies raise on privacy and data protection and explains how the contributions to the Special Issue connect to the ongoing legal and policy debate in the field of European and comparative constitutional law.

Introduction Privacy and National Security in the Digital Age

European and Comparative Constitutional Perspectives

in Tilburg Law Review

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 See D Cole‘Can Privacy Be Saved?’ The New York Review of Books6 March 2014 <http://www.nybooks.com/articles/archives/2014/mar/06/can-privacy-be-saved/> accessed  11 September 2014.

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