Government

News & Analysis

Today Advocate General (AG) Campos Sánchez-Bordona of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), issued his opinions (C-623/17, C-511/18 and C-512/18 and C-520/18) on how he believes the Court should rule on vital questions relating to the conditions under which security and intelligence agencies in the UK, France and Belgium could have access to communications data retained by telecommunications providers.

Advocacy

Privacy International has joined JCWI, Liberty, Medact and other UK civil society organisations to call on Priti Patel, the UK Home Secretary to enact urgent changes to ensure the safety of migrants in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Case Study

You are considered innocent until it can be proved you are guilty according to law. If accused of a crime you have the right to a defence.

Long Read

PI presents its analysis of the Huduma Numba judgment in three parts: the clear wins, the parts that make some small steps forward but could have been better and the dissapointing losses.

Case Study

Trials should be public and tried in a fair manner by an impartial and independent tribunal.

Case Study

Trials should be public and tried in a fair manner by an impartial and independent tribunal.

News & Analysis

Privacy International (PI) and Liberty have filed on Friday, 31 January 2020, a complaint with the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT), the judicial body that oversees the intelligence agencies, against MI5 in relation to how they handle vast troves of personal data.

News & Analysis

PI explains why the judgement of the Kenyan High Court's judgement on the Huduma Namba matters globally.

Case Study

The law is the same for everyone and should be applied in the same manner to all.

Case Study

You should be legally protected in the same way everywhere like anyone else.

Long Read

When government searches shift from the phone to the cloud: cloud extraction technology and ‘the future of mobile forensics’

Case Study

Everyone has the right to life and to live freely and safety.

Case Study

No one has the right to torture you.

Case Study

Everyone can claim their rights regardless of sex, race, language, religion, social standing, etc.