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24 juil. 2015

"Montesquieu Law review", Issue 2 July 2015, spec. ed. - "Privacy"

Montesquieu Law review
Issue 2 July 2015 Special Edition 

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Issue 2 July 2015 Special Edition 
Contents this issue 

  • Editorial, Olivier Dutheillet de Lamothe, Honorary President of the Social Section, Conseil d’Etat, Honorary member of the Constitutional Council - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)
  • The right to respect for private life and the right to respect for privacy: the case for an aggiornamento, Associate Professor Hubert Alcaraz, Université de Pau et des pays de l’Adour. - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)
  • Criminal provisions for the protection of privacy: between the archaic and the ineffective, Associate Professor Mikaël Benillouche, Faculty of Law & Political Science, University of Amiens - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français) 
  • The right to respect for private life: an effective tool in the right to be forgotten?, Associate Professor Maryline Boizard, Faculty of Law & Political Science, University of Rennes 1 - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)
  • The right to privacy: twenty years of constitutional recognition , Estelle Bomberger, Lecturer, Sciences Po and the Institut Catholique de Paris - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)
  • Privacy and political assassinations in France during the Trois Glorieuses: the meanderings of Orleanism, Associate Professor Sophie Delbrel, University of Bordeaux - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)
  • Privacy and the disclosure of administrative documents: a well-guarded secret?, Marie-Odile Diemer, Lecturer, University of Bordeaux - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)
  • The war on terror and the protection of personal data, Professor Philippe Ch.-A. Guillot, Professor of International Relations, French Air Force Academy - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français) 
  • The personal life of the employee versus the interests of the company, Associate Professor Chantal Mathieu, University of Franche-Comté - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français) 
  • Privacy and ethics, Associate Professor Olivier Pluen, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)
  • Invasions of privacy via the internet: aspects of private international lawAssociate Professor Jean Sagot Duvauroux, University of Bordeaux - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français) 
  • Transparency in public life and respect for private lifeAssociate Professor Messaoud Saoudi, Université Lumière Lyon II - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français) 
  • The fatal metamorphoses of image rightsProfessor Isabelle Tricot-Chamard, Kedge Business School, Bordeaux - Abstract - Full text (English) - Full text (Français)