The Gibraltar Constitution Order of 1969 underscores the significance of privacy as a fundamental human right, free from discrimination based on various factors. However, in today’s world, privacy is often misunderstood or associated with secrecy. This confusion has affected international finance centres, sometimes unjustly labeled as “offshore centres.”
Privacy is a fundamental human right, and Gibraltar safeguards it while cooperating internationally to combat illicit activities. This article clarifies the distinction between privacy and secrecy, emphasising the importance of preserving privacy in today’s interconnected world.
Read the article: Privacy is still a right?!
(Article first published in Global Assets.)
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