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How Technology Enhances the Right to Privacy: A Case Study on the Right to Hide Project of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union

In this article, authors Fanny Hidvegi and Rita Zagoni describe the legal and political circumstances that prompted the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union to establish the “Right to Hide” (right to privacy) project for the promotion of privacy-enhancing technologies, and they discuss how the project can assist individuals in Hungary in securing their privacy.

Lead Author

Fanny Hidvégi
Fanny Hidvégi has been the Head of Freedom of Information and Data Protection Program of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union since 2012. Currently on sabbatical and works as International Privacy Fellow at the Electronic Privacy Information Center in Washington, DC.
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