Content Assessment: Digital Rights in Armed Conflicts? Considering Privacy and Data Protection Rights (CCDCOE)
Information - 95%
Insight - 94%
Relevance - 90%
Objectivity - 92%
Authority - 95%
A short percentage-based assessment of the qualitative benefit of the edited analogy from the NATO CCDCOE on the rights to privacy and data protection in times of armed conflict.
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Background Note: Shared for the non-commercial educational benefit of cybersecurity, information governance, and eDiscovery professionals, this recently published research from the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) explores the rights to privacy and data protection in times of armed conflict.
Publication from CCDCOE*
The Rights to Privacy and Data Protection in Times of Armed Conflict
Edited by Russell Buchan and Asaf Lubin
Contemporary warfare yields a profound impact on the rights to privacy and data protection. Technological advances in the fields of electronic surveillance, predictive algorithms, big data analytics, user-generated evidence, artificial intelligence, cloud storage, facial recognition, and cryptography are redefining the scope, nature, and contours of military operations. Yet, international humanitarian law offers very few, if any, lex specialis rules for the lawful processing, analysis, dissemination, and retention of personal information. This edited anthology offers a pioneering account of the current and potential future application of digital rights in armed conflict.
*Shared with permission based on educational and non-commercial distribution.
Publication Source: NATO CCDCOE, 2022. The Rights to Privacy and Data Protection in Times of Armed Conflict. [online] Tallinn: NATO CCDCOE Publications. Available at: <https://ccdcoe.org/uploads/2022/06/The-Rights-to-Privacy-and-Data-Protection-in-Armed-Conflict.pdf> [Accessed 1 June 2022].
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