The goal of the article is to declare and describe the methodology of research about Internet and mobile applications in work life and private life of digitals marketers. This article is a reflection on the research methods used, their adequacy and potential results that the research team should achieve during the research. The article is the justification for the selected research method (both quantitative and qualitative), describes the research group. The authors, based on the pilot study, also make some conclusions, which will then be verified using subsequent - more extensive and implemented on a larger scale research tools.
Free development of human personality and dignity, which are values proclaimed by the Romanian Constitution, right in the Article 1, can not exist without respecting and protecting married, family and private life. The right to respect and protect married, family and private life is part of the list of fundamental rights and freedom, and has a complex content. Belonging to the legal category of fundamental rights clarifies the legal character of the right to respect private and family life, but even its definition is not as clear as such. The legal aspect of family is, at its turn, complex and can be divided into two major coordinates: protecting family as a social entity by establishing legal requirements to ensure access to such status and establishing mutual rights and duties of family members.
The present article outlines the most significant stages in the gradual development of international law towards a recognition of a right to information. It explores the instruments and judicial decisions in which this right has been acknowledged as well as the conditions under which it may be exercised including the categories of requesters entitled to it, the kinds of information that may be accessed and the purposes of such access. The article further examines the manifold and often conflicting aspects of the right to information and its relation to concepts such as democracy, security, freedom of expression, right to private life, corporate secrets, investigating journalism and whistleblowers. In particular, it analyses the importance of the access to information about the exercise of political power by public authorities and the crucial role it should play in enabling wellfunctioning democratic societies where responsible government, public scrutiny over the political processes and a right to an informed participation in public affairs is effectively guaranteed to all citizens. However, the risks that the public access to information poses to national security and to the well-recognized right to private life are also taken into account
This article explores some national security issues within the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) case-law. At this juncture, there have been numerous challenges facing national security, especially whether it should contradict or guarantee individual rights. The paper mainly scrutinizes Article 6 and 8 ECHR focusing on two significant cases of the European Court of Human Rights: Rotaru v. Romania and Leander v. Sweden. The first case deals with the violation of the right to a fair trial and an effective remedy as well as breaching the right to privacy. The second case concerns the storage of data regarding the private life of an individual and if this collection might be used for employment research aims for grounds of national security. The study shows that states have a wide margin of discretion when choosing the manners in which they make decisions to protect their national security. The few indications identified in the jurisprudence of a number of states in connection with the right to privateness covered by the paper feasibly fail to meet the criteria of legal certainty necessary to guarantee the proper functioning of the rule of law.
The right to know the truth is established as one of the rights constituting the right to effective remedy but in post-Communist countries this right is limited to victims of the Communist regime because of failure to access the files of former secret services on two different grounds: certain victim’s information is protected as personal data on the grounds of privacy rights and certain files are still kept as a classified information. Thus, the article analyses if such limitations in post-Communist countries are compatible with Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights. The answer is provided using mainly an analysis of the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. Lithuania as a case study was chosen for the analysis in a situation where certain files are kept as classified information.
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privatelife ( 2004 : 8). It goes without saying that a celebrity is not a blank page but rather a criss-cross of meaning, an intertextual network of past and present public appearances in primary, secondary and tertiary texts ( Fiske 1987 ), which partake in celebrity discourse and participate in the construction of the celebrity as a popular cultural person; or, rather, a popular cultural persona . The persona designates a “coherent subjectivity” ( King 1991 ), an effort on the part of agents, PR people and the star to construct a distinct and recognizable image of a
Occupational health and safety nowadays is beginning to be seen in a multi-interdisciplinary way. Man's lifestyle also contributes to safety at work and work efficiency. The employee performs tasks at a specific place and time, however, this work is also affected by elements of private life. This paper deals with the impact of private life and lifestyle on human professional work in the areas of work safety and its efficiency. The research has been conducted on the basis of the opinions of employees.
from chronic low back pain in working and privatelife. British Medical Journal, 340 (7749), 750 Lambeek L. C. van Mechelen W. Knol D. L. Loisel P. Anema J.R. 2010 Randomised controlled trial of integrated care to reduce disability from chronic low back pain in working and privatelife British Medical Journal 340 7749 750 Langer, G., Meerpohl, J. J., Perleth, M., Gartlehner, G., Kaminski-Hartenthaler, A., & Schunemann, H. (2012). [GRADE guidelines: 1. Introduction - GRADE evidence profiles and summary of findings tables]. Zeitschrift fur Evidenz, Fortbildung und