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Mass surveillance (71)
May 16 2024 6:37pm
Thailand: State-backed digital abuse used to silence women and LGBTI activists - new report
Evidence points to Thai government’s involvement in use of highly-inva...
Sep 29 2023 3:36pm
Global: X's new privacy policy poses 'huge' human rights risks
From today, X will collect users' biometric data and other personal in...
Jul 31 2023 12:01am
Northern Ireland: Journalist guide on what to do if you think the PSNI has been spying on you
Amnesty International guide to protect yourself from police surveillan...
Jun 14 2023 3:54pm
EU: Ban on 'abusive' surveillance welcomed but concern at omission of refugees and migrants in AI Act
Responding to a decision earlier today by the European Parliament to b...
May 2 2023 12:01am
Israel using previously-unreported facial recognition system to 'automate apartheid' against Palestinians - new report
‘Red Wolf’ technology in Hebron automatically scans Palestinians’ face...
Feb 18 2022 6:18pm
Bahrain: devices of three activists hacked by notorious Pegasus spyware - new investigation
Lawyer, journalist and mental health counsellor targeted after publicl...
Feb 15 2022 9:14am
New York City, USA: facial recognition cameras reinforcing racist policing - new research
Neighbourhoods in Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens subject to greater CCTV s...
Jan 18 2022 12:42pm
Israel: reports of police using NSO spyware against citizens must be investigated
Protest leaders, former government employees and Benjamin Netanyahu al...
Jan 7 2022 1:46pm
Poland: Pegasus spyware used to hack Polish senator - 'shocking but not surprising'
Powerful spyware from the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group was u...
Nov 3 2021 6:19pm
USA: blacklisting of NSO Group recognises spyware abuses
Israeli firm one of four foreign companies added to Department of Comm...