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Title Human rights and risks in the digital era : globalization and the effects of information technologies / Christina M. Akrivopoulou and Nicolaos Garipidis, editors.
Published Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, c2012.
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 Floor3  HM851 .H855 2012    IN LIBRARY
  
Description xxi, 341 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Note Premier reference source
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Balancing and constructing the new rights and freedoms of the digital era -- Balancing digital freedoms and digital liberties / B. Cummins Colburn -- The right to public privacy under surveillance : CCTV technology and the myth of "public security" / Ch. M. Akrivopoulou -- Personal data, digital privacy and security in the age of information -- The right to privacy and the protection of personal data in a digital era and the age of information / W. Bülow -- Data retention and security in Europe : towards a new right to digital privacy / C. Marsan Raventós -- Assessing the evaluation of the ec data retention directive / Nóra Ní Loideain -- Balancing technologies and fundamental rights in the globalized public sphere : ICT practices -- Private power and new media : the case of the corporate suppression of Wikileaks and its implications for the exercise of fundamental rights on the internet / A. Daly -- State aid control in the broadcasting sector : has the right balance been struck between competition and public sector broadcasting? / K. Bania -- Biometric authentication in the digital age : rights, risks, and responsibilities / R. Anthony, B. Hoanca, K. Mock -- The better part of valor : meeting current human needs online without compromising future selves. / S. Hai-Jew -- E-democracy and e-governance : human rights and the problem of social inclusion in globalization -- M. e-government for social inclusion / Papandreou, N. Mylonas -- Addressing social inclusion via e-democracy applications : which role for human rights? / E. Karamagioli -- Human rights, the global war on transnational terror and the mixed roles of ICT (a meta-analysis) / S. Hai -- Globalization and the rights of the "others" : migration, cultural heritage and identity building -- The concept of the "other" : migration, human rights and formalized identity building processes in Europe / D. Ruggiu -- The (rebuttable) presumption of the European Union member states as "safe countries" under the Dublin regulation / C. Contartese -- Cultural property and identity issues in international law : the inadequate protection of the cultural heritage of indigenous people / A. Yupsanis -- Inequality in the freedom of movement in the Union: an analysis of Roma's deportation by France / K. Furnier.
Summary "This book explores the emergence and evolution of 'digital' rights that challenge and transform more traditional legal, political, and historical understandings of human rights, not only uncovering emerging changes in discussions of human rights, but also proposing legal remedies and public policies to mitigate the challenges posed by new technologies and globalization"--Provided by publisher.
Subject Information technology -- Social aspects.
Human rights.
Related Names Akrivopoulou, Christina.
Garipidis, Nicolaos, 1971-
ISBN 9781466608917
1466608919
9781466608931 (ebook)
1466608935 (ebook)
OCLC number 767974307