Advocacy

The UK is once again seeking to expand its surveillance powers. Seven years after the Investigatory Powers Act 2016 became law, the UK Government is now trying to amend it in ways which would further undermine already insufficient bulk surveillance safeguards and introduce a notification regime which could be used to prevent companies from implementing important privacy and security measures. PI is joining other UK civil society organisations in objecting to this problematic Bill.

Advocacy

PI responded to the call for input from the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on the role of access to information in preventing, mitigating, and responding to the negative human rights impact of arms transfers.

Advocacy

PI and Big Brother Watch along with other NGOs have written to UK Home Secretary James Cleverly to raise concerns over the danger posed to society by Facial Recognition Technology (FRT).

Advocacy

PI responded to a call for evidence from the UK Westminster Women and Equalities Committee on women’s reproductive health.

 

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