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Privacy and the Protection of Freedoms Bill
The Protection of Freedoms Bill, introduced in the House of Commons on 11 February 2011, is the second part of the UK Coalition Government's mission to 'restore freedoms and civil liberties through the abolition of unnecessary laws'. The first part was the abolition of the previous government's ide...
The Article 8 rights of sex offenders
A recent decision of the Supreme Court has unleashed a populist wave directed at the European Court of Human Rights and European judges generally. In R (on the application of F and FC) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (2010) UKSC 17 the court decided that section 82 of the Sexual Offen...
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RPC Privacy Law Articles
This blog features regular postings on developments in UK privacy law written by specialist lawyers at RPC. The postings are intended to keep RPC's Privacy Law Handbook (see below) as up-to-date as possible and while postings do refer readers to relevant sections of the book, we hope and intend that the blog will also be a useful source of current information to those without access to the book.