Who needs privacy? It's a human right that isn't just a concern for the rich and powerful wishing to shield their private lives from the media. Today, it's an urgent issue for anyone who communicates online. Index on Censorship assesses the threats
to our data, considers the impact of tabloid exposes on press standards, explores the world of internet trolls and talks to the UK's leading privacy judge about striking the balance.
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Editorial - Jo Glanville PART ONE: DISPATCHES Mubarak's Nemesis: An Interview with Egypt's Most Outspoken Journalist - Ibrahim Eissa Living the Life: Blogging Under Pressure in Cuba - Yoani Sanchez PART TWO: PRIVACY IS DEAD Code Breakers: It's Time to Reclaim Journalism from the Privacy Invaders - Brian Cathcart In the Balance: An Interview with Sir David Eady, the UK's Leading Privacy Judge - Joshua Rozenberg D'Artagnan's Tune: France's Reverence for Privacy is Under Challenge - Natasha Lehrer Meet the Trolls: An Insider's View on the Game for Lulz - Whitney Phillips Private Lives: Google's Privacy Chief Talks to Index - Peter Fleischer Stripsearch - Martin Rowson Age of Insecurity: Time For a New Debate to Protect our Data - Gus Hosein and Eric King How to Use Facebook (Safely): A Guide for Users - Simon Davies and Eric King Friends, Citizens, Users: Netizens Need to Fight for Their Rights - Birgitta Jonsdottir Web Spies: Who's Tracking Who Online - Paul Bernal Strictly Personal: A Test Case for Transparency - Marc Rotenberg Strange Fruit: India's Attempt to Keep BlackBerry In Line - Prashant Iyengar