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|Title:||Digital Age and Digital Privacy|
|Publisher:||National Aviation University|
|Citation:||Šimkutė Laura. Digital Age and Digital Privacy. // Сучасне право в епоху соціальних змін: [Матеріали ХІ Міжнародної науково-практичної конференції, м. Київ, Національний авіаційний університет, 26 лютого 2021 р.] Том 2. – Тернопіль: Вектор, 2021. – С. 41-44|
|Abstract:||Currently law is challenging of regulation protection of the main currency – information. Vast amount of significant as well as sensitive information is being collected cheaply and efficiently stored and analysed. Law has to comply with technological changes and human rights. It becomes more and more difficult for law-makers to follow technology changes and ensure that law is effective in securing the right to privacy, to protect personal data and the freedom of expression. Today’s era of social transformation also includes living in a digital age, which relates in particular to the use of computer technology. According to the Internet World Stats Data, in 1995 there were 16 million Internet users, 0.4% of World’s Population, in 2017 51.7% of the world’s population were internet users and in October 2020 there were 4,929 billion Internet users, 63.2% of World’s Population. The numbers have expanded in a short time and the internet continues to grow day by day. Internet users openly create profiles, provides sensitive personal information, i.e. marital status, sexual orientation, and reveal their locations. They pay for seemingly free services with their data and trade privacy for services.|
|Appears in Collections:||Матеріали конференцій кафедри цивільного права і процесу|
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