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Privacy International has been producing world-class research reports for over a decade, in collaboration with academic institutions across the globe. We work on a huge range of topics and produce in-depth reports, from topics like communications surveillance, to country specific reports and submissions to the United Nations using local research and experience.

The feedback in this document was submitted as part of an open Request for Information (RFI) process regarding the document created by The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Consideration

In this submission, Privacy International provides the Committee with their observations to the written replies of the Pakistani government and with additional, up to date information to that conta

On 28 June 2017, Privacy International sent a letter and briefing to the Mexican government following reports indicating that Mexican authorities had used NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware to target journalists and human rights defenders working to expose government corruption and human rights abuses.

This stakeholder report is a submission by Asociación por los Derechos Civiles (ADC) and Privacy International (PI).

In this paper, Privacy International explores* what it means to be secure, and how governments and companies enact policies and laws that undermine security globally.

Privacy International welcomes the willingness of the UK government to implement the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which provides stronger standards of protection of personal data to those contained in the EU Directive 1995, whose provisions were implemented in the Data Protection

Privacy International generally opposes hacking as a tool for surveillance.

The powers set out in the Investigatory Powers Act are wide ranging, opaque and lacking in adequate safeguards. The Government have now published updated Draft Codes of Practice for certain parts of the Act.  Unfortunately, the Codes do little to solve the Act’s problems.