Guides

Explainer
The ‘Guide to Digital Safety and Privacy at Peaceful Protests’ has been produced by 7amleh - The Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media. 7amleh has adapted the content of PI's UK Free to Protest guide to fit the Palestinian context. The guide is organized in three sub-guides: (1) a guide to
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Your Telegram app stores a lot of information about you in the cloud. Here we show you how to gain access to it.

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Your Facebook app stores a lot of information in the cloud. Here we show you how to gain access to it.

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Your WhatsApp stores a lot of information about you in the cloud. Here we show you how you can gain access to it.

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This cloud guide enables you to obtain the data stored about you and to limit the amount of data being collected by the Uber app.

Long Read

An overview of your data rights in relation to data processed by the police at protests (UK edition).

Long Read

An overview of relevant considerations if and when photographing or filming police at a protest (UK edition).

News & Analysis

Read our new ‘Free to Protest’ guides and learn about the high tech surveillance tools that enable the police to identify, monitor and track protestors, indiscriminately and at scale - and find out how you can better protect yourself.

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‘Free to Protest: The protestor’s guide to police surveillance and how to avoid it’ (UK edition) is a collection of bite-sized guides about high-tech police surveillance capabilities at protests, including tips and strategies about how you can protect yourself from being identified, tracked and
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Online tracking is a widespread practice with questionnable ethics and legal backing. Learn how to limit your data from being collected unwillingly and disrupt the tracking industry!

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A brief guide to how social media monitoring can be used at a protest, and how you can minimise risks to your data (UK edition)

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The police can access your mobile phone’s ‘unique identifiers’. Learn how to maintain your anonymity (UK edition).