The information society has created an environment where new technologies, ranging from camera phones, CCTV, email and spyware, increasingly threaten the right to privacy. This new book provides a detailed analysis of the law that applies in this complex and uncertain environment. It looks at the existing law of privacy in the context of the Constitution, human rights and the common law, and undertakes a complete analysis of each provision of the Data Protection Acts 1988-2003, together with an analysis of the European Communities (Electronic Communications Networks and Services) (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations 2003. Extensive coverage of topical issues such as privacy at work, surveillance on and off line, and spam provides legal practitioners with the clear advice and guidance they frequently require.

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