UN General Assembly Plenary Adopts “Right to Privacy in the Digital Age” Resolution 19/12/2013Posted by El Blog de Estratic in Ética, Ciberseguridad, e-Government, Gobernanza-e, Internet, Legislación, Privacidad.
(From IEEE CS e-Government News). By the terms of that text, the Assembly established, for the first time, that “human rights should prevail irrespective of the medium, and therefore the need for protection both offline and online“. General Assembly calls upon Member States to “review their procedures, practices and legislation on the surveillance of communications, their interception and collection of personal data, including mass surveillance, with a view to upholding the right to privacy by ensuring the full and effective implementation of all relevant obligations under international human rights law“. This document has been adopted by UN some days later of publication of the Report and Recommendations of The US President’s Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technologies.
Documents on UN Resolution “Right to Privacy in the Digital Age” and US Report “Liberty and Security in a Changing World” can be accessed from the original post at the IEEE Computer Society e-Government website.