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Lloyd vs. Google aneb Spočívá v prostém zásahu do informačního soukromí člověka škodlivý následek a musí být takový zásah vždy škodlivý?

Title in English Lloyd vs Google or Does a plain breach of a person’s informational privacy have harmful consequences, and must such a breach always be harmful?


Year of publication 2022
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Pravnik
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Web Open access časopisu
Keywords Privacy; data protection; invasion of privacy; cybersecurity; Carna Botnet
Description The article discusses the latest decisions of the English courts in the case of Lloyd v. Google. The first section is devoted to a brief introduction to the issue of privacy and related concepts, including a brief discussion of the potential consequences of a breach of privacy. After laying at least a basic theoretical framework, the article critically analyses all of the courts’ decisions, focusing on answering the question “does a plain breach of a person’s informational privacy have harmful consequences”. The author concludes by focusing on the “context” argument as presented by the first-instance court and presents two scenarios that have the potential to support this argument.
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