HRBDT at the Surveillance & Democracy: Privacy Rights in the Digital Age Symposium

On 7 December 2016, Pete Fussey made interventions at the ‘Surveillance & Democracy: Privacy Rights in the Digital Age’ symposium, organised by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties on behalf of the International Network of Civil Liberties Organisations.

Pete introduced the Human Rights, Big Data and Technology Project, providing an overview and articulation of the key research themes under the Surveillance and Human Rights Work Stream, particularly regarding the limitations on the concept of privacy as a means of conveying the broader harms of surveillance.

Please see here for more information on the symposium.