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For a world where technology will empower and enable us, not exploit our data for profit and power.

 

 

Long Read

Civic spaces where we are free to develop, protest and preserve our intergrity and autonomy are increasingly under threat as new surveillance technologies are radically transforming the ability of authorities to monitor them.

News & Analysis

PI presents its contribution to the "Handbook on Data Protection in Humanitarian Action" (2n Ed).

News & Analysis

Niger passed a law allowing the government to intercept communications on a broad legal basis, with insufficient oversight mechanisms and human rights safeguards

News & Analysis

25 May 2020 marks the 2nd anniversary of the General Data Protection Regulation. Two years on, where are we now?

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