Analysis: Will the PNR Directive entrench automated suspicion?
If the CJEU upholds the automated passenger profiling under the PNR Directive, it could have profound negative consequences for the right to privacy.
EU Court decides on two major “right to be forgotten” cases: there are no winners here
Despite widespread reporting that two recent rulings on the “right to be forgotten” represent a victory for Google and free expression, concerns remain about human rights and the power of private companies to decide how content is discovered online.
No summer break for free expression in Europe: Facebook cases that matter for human rights
Three cases in the European Union that involve Facebook have broad implications for intermediary regulation and the future free expression online. Eliska Pirkova explains.
Border surveillance: what Europe’s “PNR” ruling means for your privacy
When you travel, your fundamental rights are at risk. Fortunately, a ruling this summer in Europe can mitigate that risk, even beyond EU borders.
The U.S. has to stop spying without protecting human rights. Fixing Section 702 is a start.
Today more than 30 major companies and organizations joined the effort to reform Section 702 the U.S. FISA Amendments Act (FAA).
Global civil society groups call for reform of US surveillance law Section 702
Europe must suspend the EU-US Privacy Shield data-transfer arrangement unless the US Congress undertakes meaningful reform of surveillance law.
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.
Victory! EU court rules that indiscriminate data retention is not permissible
Blanket data retention violates fundamental rights.
EU’s ‘Smart Borders 2.0’ increases risks of surveillance and privacy abuses
The revised proposal is no better than the first, with dangerous new provisions to collect biometric data to “prevent” crimes.