Content type: Report
7th April 2015
In this report we present four stories of Moroccan citizens placed under surveillance and the effect it has had on their lives and the lives of their families. We feel that these stories say a lot about the current context of surveillance in Morocco. We hope they will serve as a medium to foster a much-needed public debate. We also hope that this debate will extend beyond Morocco as we all consider the dangers of unregulated surveillance and surveillance technology around the world.
Content type: State of Privacy
26th January 2019
Table of contents Introduction Right to Privacy Communication Surveillance Data Protection Identification Schemes Policies and Sectoral Initiatives Introduction Acknowledgment The State of Surveillance in Morocco is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and its partners. Key privacy facts 1. Constitutional privacy protection: The constitution contains an explicit protection of the right to privacy. 2. Data protection law: There is a data protection law in…