Was Passenger Name Record data exploited to kidnap Belarusian journalist? Access Now calls for EU investigation
Access Now is still waiting for a sufficient outcome to whether passenger data disclosure aided the grounding of Ryanair flight FR4978 carrying journalist Raman Pratasevich and Sofia Sapega.
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.
In win for privacy, European court rejects EU-Canada “PNR” agreement
Violating fundamental rights as you cross the border does not fly.
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.