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Other Human Rights in Aviation Security

  • Olga Mironenko Enerstvedt
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Part of the Law, Governance and Technology Series book series (LGTS, volume 37)

Abstract

As discussed, the rights to privacy and data protection are inadequate to capture all the aspects of aviation security, and all human rights are interdependent, indivisible and interrelated. Thus, aviation security versus privacy dilemma is actually broader than privacy and data protection rights only.

Table of Legislation and Other Legal Texts

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Olga Mironenko Enerstvedt
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  1. 1.Aviation and ICT Law ConsultingLanghusNorway

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