Authors: Knut Fournier, MA
Abstract: The goal of this paper is to assess the interactions between global administrative law and human rights, the impact on the right to privacy of the new forms of cooperation between states, and state bodies, with a particular focus on the right to privacy. Throughout Asia, the right to privacy is hardly emerging as a standard. This paper looks at the factors that are further limiting this right, in the context of international and transnational regulatory bodies. It argues that Western-based approaches to new forms of government cooperation is harmful to the understanding of the interactions between human rights and international regulation.