Author: Privacy International

Letter from global CSOs to the World Bank

We, the undersigned civil society organizations and individuals, urge the World Bank and other international organizations to take immediate steps…

The World Bank & social protection during crises: a privacy trade-off?

If the aim of social protection projects is to increase coverage and emergency protection, especially for the most vulnerable members…

Privacy International files complaints against GPS tagging of migrants in the UK

Privacy International (PI) has today filed complaints with the Information Commissioner (ICO) and Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) against the UK…

Challenge to systemic quality failures of GPS tags submitted to Forensic Science Regulator

Today, PI filed a complaint with the Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) in relation to quality and accuracy issues in satellite-enabled…

Privacy and Sexual and Reproductive Health in the Post-Roe world

In the wake of the recent news of the US Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the ruling of Roe v…

Emergency Social Protection responses to Covid-19 around the world

Distribution of Colombian population’s socio-economical conditions according to Sisbén IV. A- Extreme poverty. B- Moderate poverty. C- Vulnerable population. D-…

Privacy International’s interventions at the second session of UN Cybercrime Treaty negotiations

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

Opening Stages in UN Cybercrime Treaty Talks Reflect Human Rights Risks

The same day that the United Nations General Assembly convened an emergency special session to respond to Russia’s full-scale invasion…