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On 30 September 2019, Privacy International submitted a statement to the German Constitutional Court in a case concerning the government use of spyware, such as state trojans, in the context of criminal investigations.
Privacy International filed complaints with multiple data protection regulators to investigate potential GDPR infringements by data brokers, ad-tech companies and credit referencing agencies
Submitting evidence in a case challenging the constitutionality of South African surveillance law.
Our filing in the groundbreaking Kenyan ID case
Privacy International et al. v. FBI et al.: On 21 December 2018, Privacy International, together with the American Civil Liberties Union and the Civil Liberties & Transparency Clinic of the University at Buffalo School of Law, filed a lawsuit demanding U.S. federal law enforcement and immigration
Privacy International filed a complaint urging the National Crime Agency to investigate the facilitation of surveillance of Bahraini activists by Gamma International UK
Privacy International submitted a dossier to the National Crime Agency requesting the investigation of the interception of an Ethiopian activist's communications
Privacy International made a complaint challenging the export of surveillance software developed by a German company to Bahrain
After a complaint submitted by Privacy International, Gamma International UK was found to breach OECD Guidelines
Privacy International made a complaint against six UK-based telecom companies on the grounds that they had permitted GCHQ to access their fibre optic networks, breaching OECD Guidelines.