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Why the Internet of Things Begs for a Paradigm Shift in Internet Security
There’s still time to stop the surveillance society
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.
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
How Bulk Interception Works
A shrinking feeling: Anonymity, Privacy, and Free Expression
Into the unknown: Government surveillance after Brexit
Friends, Followers, Police Officers, and Enemies: Social Surveillance in Thailand
Monitoring the Surveillance Industry: Using data to protect privacy
How Not to Draft Legislation: Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill from Bill to Act
The “Great Difficulty” of Mass Data Retention
Protecting Innovations and Protecting Data: Can we have surveillance and innovation?
Landmark changes to EU surveillance tech export policy proposed, leaked document shows
Obfuscation and work arounds: How the intelligence agencies have been obtaining communications data
Next on EU Privacy: The Revision of the EU e-Privacy Directive
The hidden costs of the IPBill
8 recommendations in 4 countries: Not a bad score for the right to privacy at 24th UPR
Our thoughts on Brexit for people here, there, and everywhere
Denmark Approves Export of Internet Surveillance System to China
New “Shield”, Old Problems
Online privacy: ceci n’est pas un guide
Whose World Is This?: US and UK Government Hacking
Will Ireland be Britain’s sister Surveillance State?
Aadhaar Scheme: FAQ
As Senate prepares to discuss PEC Bill, civil society reiterates their concerns
You need two to tango: The responsibility of companies to respect privacy and free expression in the digital age