UK’s official scheme to divert people from terrorism, Prevent, funded with 40m GBP ($48.3m), was reviewed by William Shawcross recently. His detractors say the review is far from independent and that it targets Muslim communities.
Isidoros Dogiakos has been accused of acting as an "arm of the government" after he said that the country’s telecom watchdog, the Independent Authority for Communication Security and Privacy, cannot probe wiretaps.
Greece’s intelligence agency spied on top generals in the armed forces, lawmakers, businesspersons and journalists, reports a local Greek daily.
A new GPS-enabled fingerprint scanner will assist the UK’s Home Office to keep a tab on those facing deportation, much to the dismay of privacy campaigners.
A media report published at the weekend alleged that more than 30 politicians, journalists and business executives had been targeted by state surveillance.
Reports for suspicious activity disproportionately targeted Muslims in Chicago, raising concerns about state surveillance, according to a city-based non-profit.
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We speak to Clearview AI's CEO and co-founder Hoan Ton-That about the privacy concerns revolving around the company's facial recognition technology.
Researchers at Citizen Lab warn that athletes attending the Winter Games may be subject to digital surveillance.
Despite the odds, millions of people around the world mobilised to demand more just, equal and sustainable societies during the pandemic.
Recent reports of the Israeli army’s facial recognition program and the NSO Group’s hacking of activists highlights the ongoing digital repression meted out against Palestinians.
NSO Group’s surveillance software has been at the heart of Abu Dhabi and Riyadh’s digital crackdown on dissent at home and abroad.
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