Tag: EU Passenger Name Records (PNR)
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.
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.
We (still) know where you’ll be next summer
No matter who you are or where you’re from, if your plans include crossing a border in the EU, your private information is fair game. If you choose to visit the US, the situation may be even worse.
EU Commission to keep watch on Belgium’s rights-harming, disproportionate Passenger Name Record system
We need real security, not what amounts to security theatre.
The stormy seas of privacy in Europe
Europe has approved privacy-invasive and privacy-protecting legislation in one day.
We (probably) know where you’ll be next summer
The EU wants to create databases of information about everyone flying into, out of, or across Europe—no matter where you’re from or why you’re travelling.
EU- PNR: “Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it”
Since last February, the civil liberties committee of the European Parliament (LIBE) has been discussing a legislative proposal for airline passenger data sharing called the EU Passenger Name Record Directive (EU-PNR). As negotiations proceed, Access and EDRi are contacting members of the LIBE Committee to remind them not to make the same mistake that the EU did in adopting the Data Retention Directive: passing legislation that violates fundamental human rights.
EU proposal on airline passenger data sharing: say no one more time
On 26 February 2015, MEP Timothy Kirkhope presented to the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties (LIBE) a revised draft of the European Union Passenger Name Records proposal.
Parliament votes to push forward its agenda on EU-PNR
On February 11th, the European Parliament (EP) has adopted a resolution in which it commits to work toward finalising, by the end of the year, a directive on EU Passenger Name Records (PNR). Despite serious privacy concerns raised by civil society organisations, discourses privileging the need to reinforce EU anti-terrorism measures seem to have prevailed over European citizens’ fundamental rights.