PI intervened to emphasise the legal standards applicable to redress mechanisms available to victims of unlawful surveillance
In December 2021, PI intervened in a case before the European Court of Human Rights which, among others, deals with a disclosure order that would facilitate “the decoding of communications”.
On 24 September 2021, PI submitted a complaint to the UK’s data protection authority - the Information Commissioner’s Office (“ICO”) challenging the Home Office’s refusal to provide information about its meetings with tech companies around encryption.
PI supports the claim brought against TikTok in the Netherlands by the Foundation Take Back Your Privacy, which alleges that TikTok exploits the personal data of children users in violation of their privacy and data protection rights.
PI and 5 other human rights organisations are calling on the European Ombudsman to investigate evidence that several EU bodies are supporting surveillance in non-EU countries in breach of EU rules.
PI, together with Article19 and EFF intervened to outline how unrestricted surveillance of communications data interferences with the right to privacy and threatens freedom of expression.
In March 2021 Privacy International intervened in a case in the European Court of Human Rights which challenges the use of social media intelligence by governmental agencies.
Privacy International filed a complaint with the UK data protection regulator to obtain the full, unredacted contract between the Department of Health and Social Care and Amazon.
Our intervention before the Commission in its review of the merger between Google and Fitbit
This legal challenge relates to a complaint filed with the French data protection authority (CNIL) against Doctissimo, a popular French health site.