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How disclosive is traffic data?: A Wikipedia example
Rwandan government expands stranglehold on privacy and free expression
This is not surveillance as we know it: the anatomy of Facebook messages
Where is our encrypted cloud?
Border Agency blacklists: coming to a country near you?
The 'cookie law' is a privacy trainwreck
Access to private communications is a privilege, not a right
Has Hacking Team's government trojan been used against journalists?
Police drones in the UK? Watch this airspace…
Surveillance companies: real responsibility goes beyond the letter of the law
Mass surveillance and classified patents
Foreign companies complicit in Bahrain's human rights violations
French Minister states opposition to surveillance technology exports
Skype, please act like the responsible global citizen you claim to be
Privacy in constitutions: The data
British spyware used to target Bahraini activists
The British government knows more about surveillance exports than it is letting on
Local police forces in US expanding use of drones
Committees on Arms Export Controls: UK government must make good on assurances to Privacy International
Civil servant admits British police grabbing location data of thousands of innocent people
Privacy in the developing world: a global research agenda
The National Pupil Database is not open data
Blanket exemption from FOIA for the 'British FBI'
How will the Communications Data Bill affect you?
The draft Communications Bill is a wasted opportunity
Why privacy is for everyone
APEC developments, March 2012
Round-up: Scrambling for Safety 2012
Myths, modifications and surveillance 'modernisation'
FAQ: The Communications Capabilities Development Programme