Podcast: Launch of European Data Protection Handbook

Unit head Sophie Kwasny gives the background to next week’s launch of the European Data Protection Law handbook.

Judges make final decisions in German privacy and press freedom disputes

Both judgements concerned the publication in the media of articles and, in the second case, of photos depicting the private life of well-known people.

Judgement day for German privacy and media freedom cases

Both cases concern the publication in the media of articles and, in the second case, of photos depicting the private life of well-known people.

Podcast: European Court of Human Rights caselaw on the right to privacy

In this interview, European Court lawyer Michelle Lafferty discusses the role of the press in her review of the court’s caselaw in privacy matters.

Maud de Boer-Buquicchio: Data Protection Convention is global standard

The Deputy Secretary General wants global recognition for Council of Europe standards on data protection and privacy and sees the Data Protection Convention as an important instrument to maintain human dignity in cyberspace.