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Tag Archives: Privacy Law
The good news for Data Journalists is that according to each of the bodies that govern British journalists intruding into the private lives of citizens in the UK is always justifiable – as long as it stands a strong enough … Continue reading
Ofcom Like all other public bodies Ofcom allow journalists to circumvent all of its strict rules on broadcasting private information if the argument for public interest outweighs the right to privacy. Details of a person’s home or family, even if they … Continue reading
After covering European Convention’s relating to privacy legislation the next step on my BEGINNERS GUIDE TO UK PRIVACY LEGISLATION would seem to be: UK Privacy Legislation Unfortunately turning to Britain’s own privacy Law’s does not clear up where the line between privacy … Continue reading
The Home Office’s recent £300K attempt to make crime data easily accessible through their new crime mapping service has failed rather spectacularly. But as an example of how not to go about data visualisation it can actually prove quite useful. … Continue reading