In this paper, Privacy International explores* what it means to be secure, and how governments and companies enact policies and laws that undermine security globally.
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In this special briefing for International Women’s Day 2017, we explore through the work of the Privacy International Network some areas of concern being addressed in relation to privacy, surveillance,
Summary of PI’s and ARTICLE 19’s joint submission to the Defense and Interior Committee of the Ghana Parliament calling for it to abandon rushing through a controversial new surveillance Bill.
The right to privacy is a qualified right. Gender is not and cannot be its qualification.