On 28 January 1981 the Council of Europe adopted the so-called Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data. 26 years later, Europe began to commemorate this day as Data privacy day. We would like to introduce you a two web resources related to the topic. The first is the website of The Office for Personal Data Protection. We have been archiving this resource since 2001. In our archive you can find out how the websites has changed.
Another interesting source is the Big Brother Awards website, managed by the non-profit organization Iuridicum Remedium. Among others, Iuridicum Remedium is dedicated to informing about digital law, protecting privacy and promoting alternatives to copyright. Since 2005, it has been awarding the Big Brother Awards, anti-awards for the greatest privacy invaders, but also awards for those who protect privacy.
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Publisher: Iuridicum Remedium
Webarchiv contains to 02/19/2020 385 TB data. The first website was harvested in 3. 9. 2001.
We concluded 4301 contracts with a publishers at the moment. The last contracts are for these websites: