June 26, 2013 | Blog
One of the weak points in the new European data protection regulation that privacy advocates have been warning about is the ease by which data can be exported from the EU into FISAAA-ready services in the USA. In short, the European Commission have been trying to make “data exports” easier, but in the process have made it harder to enforce our fundamental privacy rights.
June 24, 2013 | Blog
The Guardian’s revelations about the Tempora programme, including global Internet and telecoms surveillance, leave the UK’s reputation in great danger. Using legal loopholes, and hiding the extent of these programmes from the public eye, the UK has breached the rights of both our own citizens, and those of every country whose citizens’ data has been harvested.
June 10, 2013 | Blog
Reports and Correspondence
October 07, 2013 | Report
Our comments to the review board set up by President Obama, emphasising the need to respect non-US people's privacy rights and to restrain untargeted, mass surveillance.