The Right to Privacy (Article 8) and the Digital Revolution Contents

Annex: Reflections from participants who attended evidence sessions

We invited six individuals from diverse backgrounds to our oral evidence sessions. These individuals were not experts in data, technology, or human rights matters, but instead were ordinary members of the public who used the internet as part of their day-to-day lives. The aim of inviting the participants to the session was to hear their reflections on the oral evidence and in particular to understand whether the data practices of private companies seemed acceptable to them or whether any of the evidence worried them. Some of their reflections are included below:

Published: 3 November 2019