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Today the European Court of Human Rights held the United Kingdom accountable for its digital spying , even when that spying affects people outside of the UK’s borders. In this case, Mr Weider and Mr Guarnieri, both researchers who work on information security and privacy, challenged the lack of
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Building on our response to the government’s plans, this piece explains why what they want to do puts every one of us at risk.

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Following a 2018 complaint by Privacy International, French AdTech company Criteo was fined €40 million for failing to ensure that data subjects had provided their consent to processing, failing to sufficiently inform them and to enable them to exercise their rights.


PI published its comments on the Bureau’s text of the WHO’s Pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response accord (“WHO CA+”) which will be discussed by the WHO Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) from 12-16 June 2023.

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