From crisis to conflict, we must defend digital rights when people need them most
People feel restrictions on digital rights most intensely in situations of crisis, conflict, or disaster. Here’s how we are safeguarding people’s digital rights in times of both war and peace.
How to get rid of targeted ads on TikTok (only in the EU)
If you are in the EU, here are the simple three steps to opt out from TikTok’s targeted ads.
In the EU, facial recognition in schools gets an F in data protection
No matter what new technology is deployed, the EU and its member states must implement and uphold the GDPR.
EU member states are watering down spyware regulation
Some EU member states are attempting to block curbs on the export of surveillance equipment to abusive regimes, threatening human rights around the world.
Time’s up! …for data retention mandates across the EU
Our take on what the CJEU ruling on data retention means for the future of privacy in Europe.
First TeliaSonera transparency report released
The company disclosed surveillance requests from its two home jurisdictions, along with promises of more comprehensive reports to be released every six months.
More heads roll as TeliaSonera probes deals with ‘dictator’s daughter’
Swedish telco TeliaSonera is taking further steps to remedy its involvement in corrupt business deals in Uzbekistan, most recently by Monday’s ousting of four senior executives.
Teliasonera CEO resigns in wake of corruption probe
Amid allegations of corruption and bribery in Uzbekistan, Swedish telco giant TeliaSonera’s chief executive resigned today after an independent probe found faults with the company’s due diligence in securing the contract.