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Oyster, Octopus and Metro cards: what happens to our data?
Control and consent should be watchwords for everyone, not just Google
Greece's right-wing Golden Dawn party threatens safety and privacy of children
Privacy International and Agentura.Ru launch the joint project 'Russia’s Surveillance State'
APEC Cross-Border Privacy Rules system nearly in place, but doubts remain
Our response to the Justice Select Committee Inquiry on European Union data protection framework proposals
Enjoy internet freedom and anonymity (terms and conditions apply)
Our analysis of the European Commission's proposal for a general Data Protection Regulation
Our analysis of the European Commission's proposal for a Data Protection Directive
Transparent citizens and opaque government
Consultation on Draft Anonymisation Code of Practice - our response to the regulator
Will the government fail the crucial privacy test for the National Pupil Database?