Egalitarian Digital Privacy: Image Based Abuse and Beyond

Tsachi Keren-Paz

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I am at the stage of producing a monograph (Bristol UP, forthcoming 2022) from A Leverhulme Fellowship (‘Privacy law, gender justice and end-users’ liability: “revenge porn” and beyond’ 2016-2018 RF-2016-358\8 (£48,078). 

The project takes image based abuse ('revenge porn') as a case study, explores liability of platforms and viewers for viewing IBA and develops a theory for liability for breach of privacy in cyberspace which is sensitive to egalitarian considerations, including gender justice.

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