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European elections - Vote for your digital rights

On 22nd May we'll be voting in the European elections for MEPs who will make crucial decisions affecting our digital rights.

Sign the petition: Don't sell our tax data

HMRC wants to sell our tax data. It’s dangerous and wrong.

Can we have our freedom to joke now please?

Parodies like Downfall videos are one of the most popular ways of making jokes on the Internet. But making parodies without permission is illegal in the UK. Stand up for your right to joke now!

Don't Spy On Us!

The current law offers little protection from mass surveillance. We are calling for reform of the legal framework so the intelligence agencies stop spying on us.

Necessary and Proportionate: Support the 13 International Principles on Human Rights and Surveillance

Over the past year, 300 organisations have come together to support the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance. Can you join them by adding your name to the list of signatories to the principles?

Help us with our report on business impacts of surveillance

We want to hear how UK organisations think the recent surveillance revelations have had an impact on their business or work. Let us know if you feel your organisation has been affected, and we’ll get back in touch to talk about it.

The Day We Fight Back

Over the past year, 300 organisations have come together to support the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance. Can you join them by adding your name to the list of signatories to the principles?

David Cameron: Stop Sleepwalking the UK into Censorship

David Cameron wants to push you into switching on adult web filters. These proposals are incredibly dangerous. Tell David Cameron to drop his plans to turn on adult filters by default. Sign our petition now!

Should ORG hire staff in Scotland?

We want to know if you think the Open Rights Group should do more work on digital rights in Scotland.

Report Mobile Censorship

The default website blocking enacted on UK mobile phones prevents access to more than just pornography. We want to see more transparency from phone companies, more choice for mobile users and easier ways to report mistakes.