Posts Tagged: privacy

The European Commission’s CSAM legislation poses a huge threat to personal privacy

25.05.2022

The scale of the legislation and what it seeks to regulate is alarming. It's not about publicly available content, but Europeans' private messages

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The EU is undermining citizens’ right to privacy

Opinion

5.02.2021

The EU's recent proposals on encryption threaten to establish "a front door" to encrypted digital communications.

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Yanis Varoufakis testifies against private company hired to spy on Assange

27.10.2020

Yanis Varoufakis will give his testimony in a Spanish case against security agency UC Global via teleconference on 27 October at 13:00 (GMT+2).

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The scramble for Edtech — just another data mining operation?

23.07.2020

An invasive wave of Edtech being implemented during COVID-19 is mining students for data and using it to experiment on and modify behaviour.

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Make Europe capital of data sovereignty

3.04.2020

While traditional European bond politics continue, we must consider how the common data market has been consolidated.

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