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APEC developments, March 2012
Round-up: Scrambling for Safety 2012
Myths, modifications and surveillance 'modernisation'
FAQ: The Communications Capabilities Development Programme
Every step you take, every move you make: The British government's new plans for mass surveillance
Mass surveillance statistics
Do surveillance companies care about human rights?
PI's trip to Asia
Why Twitter has taken the wrong fork in the road
Thoughts on Google's policy changes
Norway will not divest investment in $2 billion 'surveillance portfolio'
What does Twitter know about its users? #NOLOGS
Indian Parliamentary Committee trashes UID Bill
A quick review of the draft EU Data Protection Regulation
Facebook's information access feature still violates European law
(Nuclear) family comes first
HTC gets Google envy with analytics gone awry
Donate BLOG APEC cross border privacy rules - ready to party but will anyone come?
Another data protection authority says Facebook's facial recognition feature violates European data protection law
Why we work on refugee privacy
Sense in border politics
A cloud for grown ups?
Council of Europe refuses to investigate biometrics privacy
Alliance appeals to Council of Europe to address biometrics privacy
APEC developments, March 2011
Skype called on to answer mounting security concerns
Recent developments at the forum for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
Making the internet safe for free speech
An interview with Google on government access to personal information
German Federal Constitutional Court overturns law on data retention