Legal and Economic Consequences of The Violation of Individual Privacy and Data Protection Rights During the Covid-19 Pandemic [post]

Biljana Damjanović, Sanja Grbović, Danilo Ćupić
2023 unpublished
The basic constitutional freedoms and rights of a person and citizen are in principle unlimited: the full scope of their exercise is the rule, and the restriction determined by law can only be an exception based on explicit constitutional authority and the legitimate aim of the restriction determined by the Constitution. That being so, the restrictions - in addition to being based on constitutional authority and pursuing constitutional objectives - should be commensurate with the needs to
more » ... e these objectives. This means that restrictive legal rules must be suitable for achieving the legitimate aim pursued, must not be stricter than necessary and must be balanced between the constitutionally guaranteed subjective right of the individual and the interests of society. In this scholar paper, the authors point out the economic and legal consequences of the violation of individual privacy and data protection rights caused by the public disclosure of personal data of people who, at a certain time, were obliged to self-isolate due to suspicion of Covid-19 virus infection.
doi:10.20944/preprints202301.0465.v1 fatcat:ptq6zqcjazaxtng2qq75bu266a