Mass surveillance (35)
Nov 7 2017 7:00am
The UK government has been spying on Amnesty – so we're going to court
By Rachel Logan (Law & Human Rights Programme Director) and Joshua Fra...
Jul 31 2017 4:37pm
Russia: VPN ban is a major blow to internet freedom
‘To understand how the ban will work, it is enough to look at China’ -...
Jan 6 2017 6:25pm
Why Edward Snowden should be pardoned
He stood up for our rights, starting a global debate on mass surveilla...
Nov 29 2016 3:51pm
Investigatory Powers Act legalises sweeping surveillance powers for UK government
Rachel Logan, Amnesty UK’s Legal Programme Director, said: “The UK go...
Sep 14 2016 4:22pm
President Obama should pardon Edward Snowden before he leaves office
‘It will be a deep stain on President Obama’s legacy if he leaves offi...
Jul 13 2016 4:10pm
A new Prime Minister. A fresh start for human rights?
What a time to take over the reins of a country. Brexit fall out. A re...
May 18 2016 3:35pm
The déjà vu Queen’s Speech
You can’t beat the Palace of Westminster for a good ol’ slice of pomp ...
Mar 18 2016 10:13am
Human Rights News Bites - week of 10th March
[View the story "Human Rights News Bites 10th-17th March 2016" on ...
Mar 11 2016 6:00pm
Urgent: Stop the new Snooper’s Charter annihilating our rights
The UK government is rushing a bill through parliament that, if it bec...
Mar 11 2016 3:45pm
Edward Snowden: 'Privacy is for the powerless'
To mark World Day Against Cyber Censorship, Edward Snowden talks to us...