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Mass surveillance (51)
Mar 19 2021 5:18pm
Facebook's reported plans on Instagram for under-13s pose human rights threat
Advertising companies already gather huge amounts of data on young chi...
    Jul 4 2020 1:04pm
    Morocco: government smear campaign against Amnesty shows intolerance of criticism
    Attacks on Amnesty’s work follow exposure of authorities’ surveillance...
      Jun 22 2020 10:23am
      NSO Group spyware used against Moroccan journalist - new investigation
      Award-winning journalist Omar Radi was targeted with notorious Pegasus...
        May 26 2020 1:24pm
        Qatar: 'huge' security weakness in COVID-19 contact-tracing app
        Amnesty’s Security Lab alerts authorities to serious privacy flaws in ...
          May 18 2020 12:32pm
          UK: Privacy questions must be addressed before NHSX contact-tracing app roll-out
          Amnesty letter to Matt Hancock ahead of nationwide roll-out UK Gove...
            May 4 2020 3:43pm
            UK: Privacy must not be 'another casualty' of the virus
            Warning comes as Government plans to introduce COVID-19 tracking app ...
              Apr 2 2020 10:58am
              COVID-19: Governments must not 'sleepwalk into surveillance state'
              More than 100 NGOs set out strict restrictions on governments across t...
                Jan 31 2020 11:40am
                Russia: legal challenge to 'intrusive' facial recognition technology
                Civil rights activist and politician bring case citing threats to righ...
                  Oct 10 2019 1:00am
                  Morocco: human rights activists latest targeted by Israeli spyware - new report
                  Malicious Israeli-made spyware used against academic and lawyer, part ...
                    Oct 4 2019 1:54pm
                    Global: Government calls for Facebook to break encryption 'latest attempt to intrude on private communications'
                    Responding to an open letter sent to Facebook - signed by the UK Home ...