Welcome to The Privacy Perspective.
Via weekly posts, we provide insight, analysis and comment on developments in privacy law internationally, focusing mainly on the UK and the EU. In doing so we seek to promote the accessibility of privacy-oriented commentary to legal professionals and interest parties.
We have a particular interest in instances where the right to privacy must be balanced against other fundamental rights, such as freedom of expression. Our remit also extends to issues of net neutrality, data profiling, surveillance, and cybersecurity.
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We take a broad definition of privacy as a value to ensure a holistic approach in our coverage:
“…there is no general tort of invasion of privacy. But the right to privacy is in a general sense one of the values, and sometimes the most important value, which underlies a number of more specific causes of action, both at common law and under various statutes…” – Lord Hoffman in Campbell v MGN  UKHL 22 at p.43
About the Editor
The Editor, Suneet Sharma (LLB, LLM), is a junior non-qualified legal professional with experience in media law from the BBC and Associated Press. Suneet has written articles for The Lawyer, INFORRM and the Nottingham Trent Law School’s All Things Law Magazine.
All views and opinions expressed are my own, are for the purpose of critique and debate and are not intended to, nor constitute, legal advice. All copyright ownership is retained by Suneet Sharma or the respective author.