Event Title

The right to privacy in Albania and the report with other rights

Session

Law

Description

The right to privacy is provided on some articles in Constitution and Albania has a specific law on data protection. The violation of this right is prescribed also as a criminal offense on Criminal Law. But in this day some other rights are extended, like the right of information, the freedom of expression that can create the limitation for the right to privacy and protection of personal data. In this article will be analyzed the report between the right to privacy and the right on information and freedom of expression in Albania legislation. Which are the limits of this right and when we are before the criminal offenses and how the jurisprudence treats these cases compering this with the jurisprudence of European Court on Human Rights.

Keywords:

right to privacy, personal data, freedom of expression

Session Chair

Albulena Ukimeraj

Session Co-Chair

Behar Selimi

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 1:30 PM

End Date

27-10-2018 3:00 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.272

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The right to privacy in Albania and the report with other rights

Pristina, Kosovo

The right to privacy is provided on some articles in Constitution and Albania has a specific law on data protection. The violation of this right is prescribed also as a criminal offense on Criminal Law. But in this day some other rights are extended, like the right of information, the freedom of expression that can create the limitation for the right to privacy and protection of personal data. In this article will be analyzed the report between the right to privacy and the right on information and freedom of expression in Albania legislation. Which are the limits of this right and when we are before the criminal offenses and how the jurisprudence treats these cases compering this with the jurisprudence of European Court on Human Rights.