zaštita podataka o ličnosti

Projekat “Zaštita podataka o ličnosti kao osnovno ljudsko pravo“ sprovodi organizacija Partneri za demokratske promene Srbija u saradnji sa Mrežom odbora za ljudska prava u Srbiji (CHRIS), uz podršku Delegacije Evropske unije u Republici Srbiji i Fondacije za otvoreno društvo Srbija.

Activities

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New project: Protection of Privacy and Presumption of Innocence in the Media

The work of printed, electronic and online media will be monitored to assess the level of compliance with relevant legal framework. The work of public institutions authorised to prevent and sanction information leakage to the media will also be assessed.

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New project: Transparency and Privacy in Court Decisions

Partners Serbia commenced the implementation of the project “Transparency and Privacy in Court Decisions”. The aim of the project is to improve transparency and public access to court decisions in Serbia while implementing personal data protection (PDP) standards. The project is funded by the USAID program Judicial Reform and Government Accountability (JRGA) and will be implemented during the period of 12 months.

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Training for judges of the Administrative Court on PDP Law

Partners Serbia team conducted the training for judges of the Administrative Court on Personal Data Protection Law during March and April 2014.

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Support the Resolution on the right to privacy in the digital age

SHARE Defense – SHARE Foundation and Partners for Democratic Change Serbia are part of a broad coalition of nearly 300 organizations around the world that have come together to take a stand against unchecked surveillance by promoting the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance.

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Partners Serbia joined the initiative for protection of privacy of electronic communications

Partners Serbia supports the document „International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance”. This document attempts to explain how international human rights law applies in the current digital environment, particularly in light of the increase in and changes to communications surveillance technologies and techniques.