*POSTPONED* BOOK LAUNCH: Landmark Cases in Privacy Law
The book tackles the conceptual nature of privacy in its various guises, from data protection, to misuse of private information, and intrusion into seclusion. It explores the practical issues arising from questions about the threshold of actionability, the function of remedies, and the nature of damages.
The cases selected are predominantly English but include cases from the United States (because of the formative influence of United States’ privacy jurisprudence on the development of privacy law), cases from Australia, Canada, the Court of Justice of the European Union, and the European Court of Human Rights. Each chapter considers the reception and application (and, in some instances, rejection) outside of the jurisdiction where the case was decided.
Professor Megan Richardson
Professor Amy Gajda
Professor Ronald Krotoszynski
Professor Jacob Rowbottom
Professor David Rolph
Professor Nicole Moreham
Professor Gavin Phillipson
Dr Kirsty Hughes
Professor Tanya Aplin
Dr Judith Skillen
Dr David Mangan
Dr David Erdos
Chair/Moderator: Professor Paul Wragg and Dr Peter Coe
TBC – This event has been postponed.
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies