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    Global Survey on Internet Privacy and Freedom of Expression:

    ISBN-10: 9231042416
    ISBN-13: 9789231042416
    Author(s): Toby Mendel, Andrew Puddephatt, Ben Wagner, Dixie Hawtin, Natalia Torres
    Description: UNESCO, as enshrined in its Constitution, promotes the "free flow of ideas by word and image", and has committed itself to enabling a free, open and accessible Internet space as part of promoting comprehensive freedom of expression online and  More...
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    Publisher: Renouf Pub Co Ltd
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 148
    Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
    Weight: 0.550
    Language: English

    UNESCO, as enshrined in its Constitution, promotes the "free flow of ideas by word and image", and has committed itself to enabling a free, open and accessible Internet space as part of promoting comprehensive freedom of expression online and offline. We hope that this publication will provide UNESCO Member States and other stakeholders, national and international, with a useful reference tool. It is our wish that this publication will contribute to bringing stakeholders together for informed debate on approaches that are conducive to privacy protection without compromising freedom of expression. In the coming years, UNESCO will specifically seek to disseminate information about good practices and international collaboration concerning the points of intersection between freedom of expression and privacy. Research on safeguarding the principle of freedom of expression in Internet policy across a range of issues will continue to be part of UNESCO's normative mandate and technical advice to stakeholders

    Foreword
    Executive Summary
    Introduction
    How has the Internet changed the nature of threats to privacy? What are the main throats in the digital age?
    New types or personal information
    Collection and location of personal information
    New capacities for private actors to analyse personal information
    New capacities for governments to analyse personal information
    New opportunities for commercial use of personal data
    Global Overview of Challenges and Opportunities for Privacy Protection on the Internet
    Key issues
    Challenges and opportunities for maintaining control over personal data online
    Initiatives to protect privacy and anonymity online
    The roles and responsibilities of service providers and intermediaries
    Specific challenges posed by different applications, communications platforms and business models
    Cloud computing
    Search engines
    Social networks
    Mobile phones, smartphones and the mobile Internet
    Unique citizen Identifiers and eGovernment initiatives
    Threats posed by different mechanisms of surveillance and data collection
    User identification - unique identifiers, cookies and other forms of user identification
    Adware, spyware and malware conduct covert data logging and surveillance
    Deep packet Inspection (DPI)
    Pervasive geo-location technology: an emerging threat to Internet privacy
    Data processing and facial recognition
    Internet surveillance technology
    The Global Legal and Regulatory Environment for Protection of Privacy
    international protection for privacy and personal data
    Privacy
    Data protection
    National protection for privacy
    China
    India
    Egypt
    France
    Argentina
    Mexico
    United States of America
    Nigeria
    South Africa
    Corporate initiatives
    Conclusions - Intersections between Privacy and Freedom of Expression
    The impact of poor protection for privacy on freedom of expression
    Tensions between freedom of expression and privacy
    The public interest
    Privacy vs. data protection
    Scope of protection and jurisdiction
    Court Information
    Policy Recommendations
    Legal and regulatory measures
    Constitutional measures
    Civil law protection
    Criminal law protection
    Data protection systems
    Corporate policy and practice
    Awareness raising
    Useful Resources
    General
    Africa
    Arab states
    Asia and the Pacific
    Latin America and the Caribbean
    Europe and North America
    Gender
    Bibliography
    Interviews
    Abbreviations and Acronyms
    List of Figures and Boxes

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