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

Published written evidence

The following written evidence was received and can be viewed on the inquiry publications page of the Committee’s website.

RTP numbers are generated by the evidence processing system and so may not be complete.

15Rights Foundation (RTP0017)

2Big Brother Watch (RTP0014)

3Carnegie UK Trust (RTP0003)

4Dativa (RTP0002)

5defenddigitalme (RTP0031)

6Doteveryone (RTP0007)

7eyeo GmbH (RTP0015)

8Facebook (RTP0013)

9Google (RTP0032)

10Hedley, Susan (RTP0008)

11Horizon Digital Economy Research, University of Nottingham (RTP0004)

12Hull, Robin (RTP0024)

13Independent Living Strategy Group (RTP0006)

14Information Commissioner’s Office (RTP0027)

15Information Law and Policy Centre, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (RTP0012)

16The Law Society of Scotland (RTP0016)

17Liberty (RTP0018)

18Mavis Machirori, Stephanie Mulrine and Madeleine Murtagh (RTP0022)

19medConfidential (RTP0005)

20NINSO Northumbria Internet & Society Research Group (RTP0011)

21Ordnance Survey (RTP0020)

22Privacy International (RTP0025)

23Reiber, Bettina (RTP0023)

24Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) (RTP0009)

25The Sanctuary (RTP0029)

26Thomson Reuters (RTP0010)

27Unicef UK (RTP0019)

28Welch, Clare (RTP0028)

29White, Matthew (RTP0021)





Published: 3 November 2019