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Find 45 to 50 primary and secondary sources of law. Read and identify the theory, gaps, Issues and controversies in each source found.

Find Academic souces of laws( Legislatives, treaties, case laws, satautes, books, academic articles, academic reports) primary and secondary sources of laws which pertain to research topic below. 1. primary sources means Legislations, statute, case laws treaties 2. Secondary sources means( Books, Academic article, reports,) No journalic articles. 3. The sources should focus on UK, U.S., GDPR and ECHR 4. Read the 50 sources and provide a summary for each sources. The summary should focus to identifying the main Issues, Theory, Trends and controversies. 5. Provide Annotated Bibliograpgy in alphabetical order. 6. Citations should be based on Oxford style (OScola) with footnote Topic and overview of the Research Thesis Topic: Post-mortem privacy protection – Exploring the unseen impact and threats of breach of the privacy of deceased. Research Summary Post mortem privacy could be defined as a protected right afforded to the deceased person to preserve his personal data, dignity, secrete and memory after death. Post mortem privacy has been given very little attention in previous and contemporary privacy laws, particularly in the UK and U.S. Most privacy laws do not recognise the privacy rights of a dead person. Meaning protection ends after death leaving the dead persons information in the hands of corporations such as Facebook and data brokers. This study will focus on defining what is left of a persons data after death by reflecting on the existing privacy laws in the UK and U.S. Further research will be conducted on to what extend does a breach of a deceased persons privacy affect the living relatives. The study will propose ways to amend and improve the existing privacy framework to protect the privacy of the dead person just as the living person. Research will be conducted to evaluate the post mortem privacy protection afforded by GDPR. The study discusses how a deceased persons information can be abused by corporations which can affect the living relatives. This concept has so far received very little attention in law especially in common-law systems, such as in England, where legal decisions depend partly on previous judgments. Common-law system has historically been much less inclined to protect the personality and privacy rights than civil law systems. This is particularly true for the post-mortem protection of ones personality. In fact, the UK law expressly excludes this protection. This study will perform ethical and legal analysis of post-mortem confidentiality and a further research will enhance the knowledge of all relevant parties concerning various aspects of privacy protection particularly disclosure of private information and the protection against intrusion. Lastly, the study will not only focus on identifying issues and gaps in contemporary privacy laws however it will provide suggestions on how to award remedies to deceased victims relatives whose privacy right has been infringed. Ultimately the study is intended to identifying issues, gaps, theory, trends and controversies in privacy laws and propose ways to develop and extend privacy protection on a deceased person. NB: – The main focus of sources should be on academic sources and books. Not journalistic documents. Journalistic documents can be nice to supplement, but they do not suffice alone. – Harvard law line source found on the internet is not an online source. Online sources are those that can only be found online. – No copy and paste from others published work as that will be considered as plagirism and fraud. All writings should be based on your own.