What Protects You
Data Protection laws seek to protect people's data by providing individuals with rights over their data, imposing rules on the way in which companies and governments use data, and establishing regulators to enforce the laws.
The use of technology and data in the realisation of economic, social and cultural rights raises, among others, some key concerns in relation to the protection, respect and promotion of the right to privacy.
ePrivacy is the legal framework that sits alongside GDPR to protect the confidentiality of communications and put limits on tracking and spam.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the EU’s data protection law.
Reproductive rights are necessary for bodily autonomy. Bodily autonomy is necessary for equality.
Surveillance technologies are radically transforming the ability of authorities to monitor civic spaces that see the space around them increasingly shrinking