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14 May 2013
British media | Celebrity | Communication | Digital Freedoms | Fame | Human rights | News of the World | Newspapers | Privacy | Privacy
The term “public figure” covers a relatively large spectrum of people who share the commonality of being widely known. This can range from those...
22 Feb 2013
Big Data | Digital Freedoms | Internet advertising | Internet business | personal information | Privacy | Privacy
The advent of computing has allowed governments, businesses and individuals to store, collate, analyse, and utilize huge amounts of data. Firms have made use...
18 Feb 2013
Advertisers have long sought new and innovative ways to reach their target markets. With the birth of television, firms sought to determine what demographics...
23 Nov 2012
alcoholism | Defamation | libel | politicians | Press regulation | Privacy | Reputation and defamation | Free Speech Debate
The case: The Mexican journalist and the "alcoholic" presidentMexican journalist Carmen Aristegui was fired for publicly calling on President Felipe Calderón...
21 Feb 2012
Celebrity | Gender | LGBT rights | Press | Privacy | Responsibilities | Family | Media | Culture | Society
The outing of gay celebrities is a difficult debate based around the balancing of societal benefit from the act with the rights of individuals to retain their...
17 Feb 2012
authoritarianism | civil rights | freedom | liberty | Privacy | security | terrorism | Human rights | Political philosophy | Law | Philosophy
The events of September 11th 2001 resulted in governments all over the world taking extraordinary measures to enhance the security of their citizens. Whether...
26 Jan 2012
crime | Crime & Policing | DNA database | forensics | presumption of innocence | Privacy | Rights | terrorism | Law General | Law
At present police can remove samples of DNA from individuals suspected of involvement in a specified crime, commonly by the removal of cells from the mouth...
26 Jan 2012
anonymity | DNA | family | Gender | Genes | Parenthood | Privacy | Family | Philosophy General | Society | Philosophy
Organised sperm and egg donation has gone on for decades, as the medical science of fertility treatment has sought to help couples unable to conceive naturally...
26 Jan 2012
Full-body screening at airports is a topic that became particularly relevant after the December 25, 2009 "Christmas Bomber" attempted terrorist...
This house believes that the press should be able to publish allegations about private lives without consent
26 Jan 2012
Celebrity | Media | Press | Privacy | Rights | Ethics | Media | Modern culture | Morality | Philosophy
Defamation is the term used to describe the action of damaging an individual's reputation or character and laws governing defamation are amongst some of...
Toader Mateoc, this year's Spirit Award for Coaches winner, talks to us about the award and the Youth Forum in Mexico.The Spirit Awards, awarded...
With a public debate on the topic “Absolute power”, part of the project “Debates_mk”, the Macedonian NGO Diversity Media in partnership with IDEA...