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Nowhere to hide- big brother is watching you: non-communicative personal cellphone information and the right to privacy.
(Nelson R Mandela School of Law, 2010)
By utilising the latest cellphone technology, non-communicative personal information, such as, the number that is dialled, the time the call is made, the movement and location of both the caller and the recipient of a call, ...
A comparative analysis of protective measures for vulnerable and intimidated victim-witnesses in South African and English law.
(Criminological and Victimological Society of Southern Africa (CRIMSA), 2010)
This article evaluates protective measures for vulnerable witnesses in light of both the Victims' Charter and measures in English law, giving effect to the right to protection in the Framework Decision on the Standing of ...
Cellphone technology, human rights and the criminal justice system
(The Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, 2010)
Millions use cellphones every day. It is unthinkable for anyone to not have one in his/her possession. We can be reached almost everywhere and at almost every destination. It is small, compact and extremely user friendly. ...