If Privacy is Dead, What can be Done to Resurrect it?
The main question (If privacy is dead, what can be done to resurrect it?) brings two questions: -If privacy is dead, who killed it? Did we kill it ourselves? Is it the activities of government agencies like the NSA and GCHQ, or of businesses like Facebook and Google? -If privacy is in fact dead, is there a possible route towards its resurrection? *Please refer to these websites for a possible outline of the essay: https://paulbernal.wordpress.com/2014/09/11/the-resurrection-of-privacy/ https://paulbernal.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/if-privacy-is-dead-we-need-to-resurrect-it/ A short summary of what the essay should demonstrate: *Highly effective and sustained argument, demonstrating exemplary level of understanding *Exemplary level of critical reflection and analysis, and originality and creativity and where relevant of critical application of doctrinal rules and principals to problem fact scenarios *Deeply impressive command of literature, drawing on an exemplary range of material/evidence and/or examining the topic in detail.