Month: January 2022

Data Interception Environment | Privacy International

The Data Interception Environment (DIE) is a tool that you can use to analyse how your data is being used…

Free to Protest (Palestine) | Privacy International

‘Free to Protest: The protestor’s guide to police surveillance and how to avoid it’ (UK edition) is a collection of…

Free to Protest (Argentina) / Guía de Protesta

La ‘Guía de Protesta’ es un documento que buscar concientizar sobre las herramientas tecnológicas que las fuerzas de seguridad podrían…

Free to Protest (Colombia)

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ID systems analysed: e-Estonia (X-Road)

X-Road Security Architecture. Source: https://x-road.global/security The Information System produces or consumes services via X-Road and is owned by an X-Road…

Why Forensics Matter: Immigration officers and the quality of evidence in the UK

2022 will see a raft of high tech surveillance tools emerging in the UK government’s arsenal, which will further entrench…

Global news roundup: Jan. 11-18, 2022

In this week’s global legislative roundup, Goodwin Partners Gabe Maldoff and Omer Tene break down France’s data protection authority, the…

UN must include human rights safeguards in proposed UN Cybercrime Treaty

Privacy International joined organizations and academics working around the world to urge member states in the Ad Hoc Committee responsible…

UK competition authority demands that Facebook sells Giphy, citing risks over users’ data

Today, following an in-depth investigation, the UK Competition and Market Authority (CMA) assessed that the competition concerns can only be…

The use of SMS in the delivery of reproductive and maternal healthcare

This piece is a part of a collection of research that demonstrates how data-intensive systems that are built to deliver…