State of Privacy

State of Privacy

Description

The State of Privacy is a study of privacy and surveillance issues in countries across the world. Updated annually, this is a collaborative initiative between PI and its partners to produce briefings on 19 countries. 

Each country report is based on a survey of questions on key areas of privacy, updated from open-source materials, as well as the research and investigation conducted by PI and our partners. The areas covered by the country briefings are:

  • Domestic and international legal frameworks;
  • Surveillance laws, agencies, and their oversight; 
  • Data protection laws, accountability mechanisms, and examples of breaches;
  • Identity systems, including ID cards and voter registration; and
  • Examples of data-intensive systems in a variety of sectoral and thematic areas. 

Last updated in January 2018. 

State of Privacy
Argentina
State of Privacy
Brazil
State of Privacy
Chile
State of Privacy
Colombia
State of Privacy
Egypt
State of Privacy
India
State of Privacy
Indonesia
State of Privacy
Jordan
State of Privacy
Kenya
State of Privacy
Lebanon
State of Privacy
Mexico
State of Privacy
Morocco
State of Privacy
Pakistan
State of Privacy
Paraguay
State of Privacy
Ph
State of Privacy
Thailand
State of Privacy
Uganda