January 27, 2015 | Blog
Yesterday’s Lords debate ended up with the future of the Snooper’s Charter amendments uncertain, after considerable criticism of both the process and the principle of reintroducing the Communications Data Bill into the Counter Terrorism and Security Bill. Further debate on the amendments may come back at the report stage of the Bill.
February 11, 2014 | Blog
Today, alongside an unprecedented coalition of leading privacy and human rights groups, we're launching Don't Spy On Us. We need your help.
Defend Privacy: Take action against mass surveillance (2013, inactive)
Edward Snowden's revelations confirm that UK and US governments are tapping into our emails, Facebook posts and browser history, as well as seriously damaging online security. Join the movement for change now!
July 01, 2013 | Audio/Video
Now you can listen to last Thursday's event at Parliament about PRISM and Tempora, hosted by Tom Watson MP. The speakers, Caspar Bowden, Simon McKay and David Davis MP, helped give context to some of the recent claims on surveillance made by the government.
written by and for ORG supporters expressing their personal views
November 05, 2013 | Zine (personal views)
Fransesca West (policy director of Public Concern at Work), Peter Tatchell (political activist), Malcolm Rifkind (Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee), Heather Brooke (investigative journalist) and David Omand (former GCHQ director) discuss their opinions about Edward Snowden and the debate around his leaks.
July 22, 2013 | Zine (personal views)
Wendy M Grossman looks at why storing communication data is an invasion of privacy, even if it does not come into contact with human eyes.
July 15, 2013 | Zine (personal views)