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- Court of Justice of the European Union
- European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)
- Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR)
- International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
- Supreme Court of India
- United States Court of Appeals for the District of Colombia
- United States Supreme Court
European Convention on Human Rights . Adopted 4 November 1950, entered into force 3 September 1953.
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights , New York, 16 December 1966, Treaty Series, vol. 999, p. 171 and vol. 1057, p. 407.
Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of International Armed Conflicts (Protocol I) . Treaty Series, vol. 1125, no. 17512, 8 June 1977.
Protocol Additional to the Geneva Conventions of 12 August 1949, and relating to the Protection of Victims of Non-International Armed Conflicts (Protocol II) . Treaty Series, vol. 1125, no. 17513, 8 June 1977.
American Convention on Human Rights . Adopted 22 November 1969, entered into force 18 July 1978.
African Charter on Human and People's Rights . Adopted 1 June 1981, entered into force 21 October 1986.
Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court . Rome, 17 July 1998, Treaty Series, vol. 2868, p. 195.
United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime . New York, 15 November 2000, Treaty Series, vol. 2225, p. 209.
Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court . 1 July 2002.
United Nations Convention against Corruption . New York, 31 October 2003, Treaty Series, vol. 2349, p. 41.
Journal / online articles
- (2015). "
Afghanistan: living beneath the drones."
Al Jazeera, 23 July.
- Pettit, Harry (2017). "
Facial recognition software can now identify people even if their face is covered in a breakthrough that will help quickly unmask criminals."
Daily Mail, 7 September.
- Mallonee, Laura (2017). "
Can you spot the suspicious behaviour in these photos?"
Wired, 3 October.
- Taylor, Harriet (2016). "
Most young terrorist recruitment is linked to social media, said D.O.J. official."
CNBC, 5 October.
- Ruvic, Dado (2017). "
Most unwilling to give up privacy to thwart attacks new poll finds".
Newsweek, 4 April.
- Bustard, J. (2015). "
The Impact of EU Privacy Legislation on Biometric Systems Deployment: Protecting citizens but constraining applications".
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine. 12 August.
- Lyon, David (2016).
"'Liquid' surveillance, digital citizenship and new ways of living online". Council of Europe Videos, 21 June.
- Conley, Chris (2014). "
Metadata: piecing together a privacy solution: A report by the ACLU of California
". ACLU of Northern California, February.
- Altshuler, Yaniv, Nadav Aharony, Michael Fire, Yuval Elovici, and Alex Pentland (2012). "
Incremental learning with accuracy prediction of social and individual properties from mobile-phone data".
IEEXplore: Digital Library.
- Badshah, Nadeem (2018). "
Facebook to contact 87 million users affected by data breach."
The Guardian, 8 April.
- Coughlin, Tom (2017). "
Artificial intelligence in digital storage."
Forbes, 29 May.
- Lapowsky, Issie (2017). "
Banks deploy AI to cut off terrorists' funding."
Wired, 7 September.
- De Busser, Els (2014). "
Open Source Data and Criminal Investigations: Anything You Publish Can and Will be Used Against You."
Groningen Journal of International Law.
- Segal, Aaron, Ford, Bryan and Feigenbaum, Joan (2014). "
Catching Bandits and Only Bandits: Privacy-Preserving Intersection Warrants for Lawful Surveillance."
45h USENIX Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet, San Diego, CA, August 18.
- Popp, Robert and Poindexter,John (2006). "
Countering Terrorism through Information and Privacy Protection Technologies."
IEEE Security & Privacy, vol. 4(6).
- Hayden, Michael V. (2016). "
To keep America safe, embrace drone warfare."
New York Times Opinion, 19 February.
- Clark, Kate (2011). "
Targeted killings and two worlds in Afghanistan: inside the Takhar attack."
The South Asia Channel, 11 May.
- Ward, Olivia (2013). "
Earthlings, there is no place to hide - drone strikes blur the laws of war."
The Star, 3 February
- Rawnsley, Adam and Noah Shahtman (2011). "
Crazy military tracking tech, from super scents to quantum dots."
Wired, 18 May.
Salama, Vivian (2014). "
Death from above: how American drone strikes are devastating Yemen."
Rolling Stone, 14 April.
Reports, declarations and strategies
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