Tag: cyber surveillance
At the U.N., a new push to end surveillance of protesters — and protect their lawyers
Digital surveillance is threatening the right to protest worldwide. U.N. human rights expert Clément Voule is fighting for strong encryption and tight restrictions on the use of spyware. Here’s why that push is important for human rights lawyers and the activists they represent.
New EU dual use export control rules finally adopted, but leave a lot of room for improvement
After years of review, the EU Parliament finally adopted new export controls for dual use tools enabling surveillance and censorship. But it’s not enough.
Bipartisan bill would help domestic abuse survivors bypass mobile surveillance
Commission urged not to backtrack on EU spyware rules
Coronavirus: Israel cabinet limits cellphone surveillance to ‘special cases’
Search Results Web results NCAC Urges Speaker Pelosi to Support Critical Change to Patriot Act
Ban biometric mass surveillance
The Pandemic Surveillance State
Egypt: more than 500 sites blocked ahead of the presidential election
Egypt’s severe online censorship and crackdown on civil society threatens human rights during the election period.
Open NGO Letter to EU Member States and Institutions Regarding the Export of Surveillance Equipment
EU-made electronic surveillance equipment is still exported to authoritarian countries. We strongly urge all EU member states to safeguard human rights.