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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
ECHR Jurisdiction and Mass Surveillance: Scrutinising the UK Investigatory Power Tribunal’s Recent Ruling
Open letter on the financial crisis facing the Inter-American Commission
An open letter to everyone who participated in our ‘Did GCHQ Illegally Spy on You?’ campaign
The Human Rights Council has another chance to take a strong stance to protect the right to privacy. Will it take it?
The steady drip of the erosion of the right to privacy
Discussion on Cyber Security in Colombia
Reports of the death of communications privacy are greatly exaggerated: reflections on recent UN Human Rights Committee’s findings on South Africa
Mexican Supreme Court’s unique opportunity to stand against mass surveillance
How long before the MOD’s flying panopticon starts spying on us?
From an unSafe Harbour to a Privacy Shield full of holes
UK Investigatory Powers Bill will require tech companies to notify the Government of new products and services in advance of their launch
Crypto Wars 2.0: Fear, Failure, and Feinstein
Hacking Team’s Global License Revoked by Italian Export Authorities
UN calls on Namibia, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Africa, and Sweden to reform surveillance. Will the Governments act?
State of Surveillance in India
State of Surveillance in the Philippines
Open Letter to His Excellency President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi
A conversation with Jasna Koteska on state relations and surveillance in Macedonia
Macedonia: Society on Tap
Ghanaian Parliament Needs to Rethink Controversial New Spy Bill
The snooper’s charter is flying through parliament. Don’t think it’s irrelevant to you.
With new spying powers on horizon, surveillance companies descend on UK
Privacy International’s oral statement to the Human Rights Council 31st ordinary session, 9 March 2016 Inter-active dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy
Colombia’s new spying scandal: Time for real change
A week on the right to privacy at the UN in Geneva