Privacy is dead!

Long live privacy

In this issue, Index explores whether privacy is the friend or foe of free speech, as it is now one of the central issues of the digital communications age.

Includes articles by: Joshua Rozenberg talks to Mr Justice Eady on his balancing press rights and privacy cases; Birgitta Jonsdottir reminds netizens that they need to fight for their rights; Brian Cathcart writes that journalists are being tarnished by the activities of professional privacy invaders; Gus Hosein and Eric King explain that personal data can be protected online if society is ready to have the right debate.

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