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Cambridge Analytica Explained: Data and Elections
Italy cancels surveillance export to Egypt but new undercover documentary shows surveillance industry brazenly continues to export to repressive regimes
Walking the privacy tightrope across the Atlantic
Is Your Car Connected?
Defeating encryption: the battle of governments against their people
In Kenya, communications surveillance is a matter of life and death: new Privacy International investigation
Challenging Patriarchy Through the Lens of Privacy
Facebook Shutdown in Thailand: Surveillance Not Censorship
The legacy of demonetisation: how India’s cashless future threatens to erode citizens' privacy
Switching hats: why South Africa’s surveillance industry needs scrutiny
Building Syria’s surveillance state: new Privacy International investigation launched today
Social media intelligence, the wayward child of open source intelligence
How to Bridge the Gap? Corporate and Government Surveillance Examined at the UN
Surveillance as a Feminist Issue
Big Brother is about to be joined by his Crazy Cousin. The time for trust is over.
Stepping into the Future: Does India measure up to UN Group of Experts on ICT Report?
Algorithms, Intelligence, and Learning Oh My
Some thoughts moving forward..
Tracking the Global State of Privacy
The Battle for Encryption in Brazil
RioCard: concentration of money and data in Rio transportation system
State of Privacy in Chile: Future (im)perfect
Why the Internet of Things Begs for a Paradigm Shift in Internet Security
Why do we still accept that governments collect and snoop on our data?
Down with the data monarchy: Our devices generate and collect personal data without our knowledge or consent. This has to change.
There’s still time to stop the surveillance society
Data Protection post-Brexit: what to do with the EU General Data Protection Regulation?
There is too much at stake for this to be a PR stunt
The database of you: Internet Connection Records will allow the UK Government to document everything we do online
Indiscriminate investigation: new technology should not make us all fair game