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WHAT WE DO
Expose Data Exploitation: Data, Profiling, and Decision Making
Exposing companies' generation, collection, and exploitation of people's personal information.
Submission to US Department of State regarding collection of social media information
Privacy International's Comments To The Article 29 Working Party Guidelines On Automated Individual Decision-Making And Profiling
Submission to the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems
Submission To Department Of Homeland Security, Privacy Office (USA), Regarding DHS Social Media Retention Policy
Submission Of Evidence To The House Of Lords Select Committee On Artificial Intelligence
Letter to Cambridge Analytica on 2017 Kenya Election
Educational and Explanatory
What are smart cities?!
Video: How Companies Exploit Your Data
Video: What is Data Exploitation?
Video: What Is Big Data?
Case Study: The Myth of Free Wi-Fi
Reports and Analysis
Five ways your privacy is compromised without you realising
Identity, discrimination, and the challenge of ID
Who supplies the data, analysis, and tech infrastructure to US immigration authorities?
Going beyond transparency
It’s about human dignity and autonomy
UK regulator indicts data ecosystem, fines Facebook maximum possible amount, and warns UK political parties against exploiting people's data
News and Updates
Tech executives are testifying in Congress today — monopolies, power, and data
Privacy win! US court says Fourth Amendment protects smart meter data
The Data Arms Race Is No Excuse for Abandoning Privacy
PI joins 20+ organisations to ask European data protection authorities to investigate whether companies are acting in accordance with GDPR
Access to US cell phone location data now requires a warrant
Press release: Privacy International asks Thomson Reuters if it will stop facilitating the US government’s “zero tolerance” policy