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The mystery of the Amazon Echo data
Did you sign up to the Amazon Alexa experiment? Time to check those opaque settings
Educational Case Study
Communities at risk: How encroaching surveillance is putting a squeeze on activists
New faith in privacy regulation? We need proof of conversion
Communities at risk: How security fails are endangering the LBGTIQ+ community
Communities at risk: How governments are using tech to target migrants
Your local police force might already be able to hack you
Project Hunter: The UK Programme Exporting its Border Abroad
PI's take on the UK government's new proposal to tackle "online harms"
A gender lens to the anonymity on social media debate
Why am I seeing this?! PI asks 7 more companies..
Surveillance Company Cellebrite Finds a New Exploit: Spying on Asylum Seekers
Police hacking explainer
Grindr and US national security: why it is time we start caring for the privacy of all users
Civil society achieves change, but risks still remain in Kenya's new biometric ID system
Are you serious Mr Zuckerberg?
Why Am I seeing this on Facebook? It's still unclear.
Your local police force could download everything from your phone without your consent
When did password security become a luxury?
Planning and participating in a protest could get you under surveillance: three technologies you should know about
How predictive policing technology can lead to discrimination and profiling
Privacy International's submission to the UN Human Rights Committee on Article 21 of the ICCPR
State of Privacy
State of Surveillance Tunisia
Tech giants do not face enough competition, new report says
How your social media activity is monitored by the police
Social media intelligence (SOCMINT) explainer
Reclaiming privacy: a feminist manifesto
Reclaiming the right to privacy: an opportunity to challenge gender inequality
#IWD2019 Video: 'Online abuse of women: Who is fighting back?' - CPDP panel
#IWD2019 Online gender-based violence: a privacy matter?
Podcast: Trans identity in Manila
Podcast: Sex and the Cyber
Report: From Oppression to Liberation: Reclaiming the Right to Privacy
Privacy International's data interception environment
Guess what? Facebook still tracks you on Android apps (even if you don't have a Facebook account)
Facebook Must Explain What it's Doing With Your Phone Number
Every Police force in the UK will soon use body worn video cameras to record us in public
Police body worn video cameras explainer
Guide to International Law and Surveillance (2.0)
Investigating Apps interactions with Facebook