State of digital rights

Digital Rights Watch, Collective, Clarke, Tamsin, Daly, Angela, Dreyfus, Suelette, Farley, Erin, Goggin, Gerard, Hanley, Garreth, Jackson, Lyndsey, Mann, Monique, Molnar, Adam, Murray, Angus, O'Shea, Elizabeth, Pappalardo, Kylie, Poole, Melanie, Ruby, Felicity, Suzor, Nicolas, Singleton Norton, Tim, Terzis, Gillian, Third, Amanda, Thomas, Elise, Triggs, Gillian, Vromen, Ariadne and Warren, Ian 2018, State of digital rights, Digital Rights Watch, Brisbane, Qld..

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Title State of digital rights
Author(s) Digital Rights Watch, Collective
Clarke, Tamsin
Daly, Angela
Dreyfus, Suelette
Farley, Erin
Goggin, Gerard
Hanley, Garreth
Jackson, Lyndsey
Mann, Monique
Molnar, Adam
Murray, Angus
O'Shea, Elizabeth
Pappalardo, Kylie
Poole, Melanie
Ruby, Felicity
Suzor, Nicolas
Singleton Norton, Tim
Terzis, Gillian
Third, Amanda
Thomas, Elise
Triggs, Gillian
Vromen, Ariadne
Warren, IanORCID iD for Warren, Ian orcid.org/0000-0001-8355-118X
Publication date 2018-05-14
Total pages 62
Publisher Digital Rights Watch
Place of publication Brisbane, Qld.
Keyword(s) digital rights
privacy
data
data protection
extraterritoriality
surveillance
mutual legal assistance
Summary As digital communications routinely traverse transnational jurisdictions, criminal investigation and surveillance practices raise novel challenges for the protection of human rights. The emergence of Computer Network Operations (CNOs) (more popularly termed as ‘hacking’) as well as lawful data access requests via third party intermediaries outside the scope of traditional Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLATs), are both redrawing the boundaries of many rights preserving conventions. Our research has shown that new online investigations and transnational surveillance practices require clear standards to avoid the prospect of criminal investigations becoming unilateral enforcement decisions without independent judicial oversight. This will ensure the admissibility of evidence, support accountability, and will protect human rights.
Language eng
Indigenous content off
Field of Research 160205 Police Administration, Procedures and Practice
160204 Criminological Theories
Socio Economic Objective 940403 Criminal Justice
HERDC Research category A6 Research report/technical paper
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30108318

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