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National Security Agency Daily Data Collection Infographic Infographic

National Security Agency Daily Data Collection Infographic

Ever think about how much data the National Security Agency looks at daily? Well the numbers might shock you, cause its around 29 petabytes a day! To

Major Advancements in Encryption Technology and Cyber Security - Imgur

Bitcoin Cryptocurrency Vips

Major Advancements in Encryption Technology and Cyber Security - Imgur

What Does the GDPR Mean for Global Data Protection? - #infographic

These 6 Brilliant Infographics Will Teach You Everything You Need to Know About The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

If you’re company is handling data relating to EU citizens, you need to know what GDPR is, what you need to do to ensure compliance and START NOW... The following infographics will help you get started:

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A Data-Day

A visualisation of the data you give away when you click I Agree, showing key phrases from the terms and conditions of the most popular apps and services.

ARTICLE 19 and Privacy International’s report provides an overview of the impact of AI technologies on freedom of expression and privacy. It calls for further study and monitoring of how AI tools impact human rights. Specifically, we call on states and companies to:

AI tools threaten right to privacy and freedom of expression – report

Full report is available here

Types of surveillance technology

The Global Surveillance Industry

What is the Global Surveillance Industry?

Privacy International Launches International Campaign For Greater Transparency Around Secretive Intelligence Sharing Activities Between Governments

Privacy International Launches International Campaign For Greater Transparency Around Secretive Intelligence Sharing Activities Between Governments

Privacy International, in partnership with 30+ national human rights organisations, has today written to national intelligence oversight bodies in over 40 countries see

Privacy International is celebrating Data Privacy Week, where we’ll be talking about privacy and issues related to control, data protection, surveillance and identity. Join the conversation on…

Watching the watchers:

Privacy International is celebrating Data Privacy Week, where we’ll be talking about privacy and issues related to control, data protection, surveillance and identity. Join the conversation on…

Surveillance And The City: Turning Urban Centres Into A Panopticon

Surveillance And The City: Turning Urban Centres Into A Panopticon

To celebrate Data Privacy Week, we spent the week discussing privacy and issues related to control, data protection, surveillance, and identity. Join the conversation on Twitter using #dataprivacyweek. Do you live in a “smart city”? Chances are, you probably do (or at least your city claims to be). But do you know what exactly makes your city “smart”, beyond the marketing term? And what does this have to do with privacy?

How internet-connected devices can affect victims of gender-based domestic and sexual violence and abuse

Gender and IoT

How will IoT impact on gender-based domestic violence and abuse and what socio-technical measures will need to be implemented in order to mitigate against those risks?

Surveillance And The City: Turning Urban Centres Into A Panopticon

Surveillance And The City: Turning Urban Centres Into A Panopticon

To celebrate Data Privacy Week, we spent the week discussing privacy and issues related to control, data protection, surveillance, and identity. Join the conversation on Twitter using #dataprivacyweek. Do you live in a “smart city”? Chances are, you probably do (or at least your city claims to be). But do you know what exactly makes your city “smart”, beyond the marketing term? And what does this have to do with privacy?

Dimensions of identity

Identity Policies: The Clash Between Democracy and Biometrics

To celebrate International Data Privacy Day (28 January), PI and its International Network have shared a full week of stories and research, exploring how countries are addressing data governance in light of innovations in technology and policy, and implications for the security and privacy of individuals.

SIBIOS

The identity we can’t change – How biometrics undermine our human rights | Asociación por los Derechos Civiles

This report is a continuation of the work begun in previous years by ADC in the field of biometrics. We start by explaining what are the…