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recognising a novel legal right to mental privacy are necessaryintheEuropeancontext.Wearguethataright to mental privacy could be derived from, or at least developed within in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, and that introducing an additional fundamental right to protect against (forensic) brain-reading is not necessary. What is required, however, is a specification of the implications of existing rights for particular neurotechnologies and purposes.
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Bekker, S., Borghouts, I., Bosma, A., Braakman, M. H., Groenhuijsen, M., Groenleer, M., Houwerzijl, M., Karsten, N., Kooijmans, T., Nelemans, M., Oosterom-Staples, H., Rijken, C., Spapens, A., Wilthagen, T., Zouridis, S., van Hout, D., van Noorloos, M., van Ostaaijen, J. & van Waas, L.
1/01/19 → 31/12/24
Project: Research project