The Belgium League of Human Rights (LDH), Liga voor Mensenrechten and the International federation for Human Rights (FIDH) have raised concerns about the contact tracking system being implemented by the federal government in the context of the pandemic.
Liberties, the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union, and Access Now recommend that the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) ask the EU Commission to launch an infringement procedure against Hungary.
Liberties has submitted its opinion on the basic safeguards and principles for the implementation of the Copyright Directive to ensure free speech and privacy for users.
Health services are being stretched and tech solutions seem to be a good way to keep us safe from coronavirus, but we don't have to accept all limits to our freedom.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a global public health emergency that requires a coordinated and large-scale response by governments worldwide.
Liberties is leading a second outreach on the GDPR violations adtech industry is committing. Based on new evidence, Liberties members and partners are urging national data protection authorities to stop rights violations.
The Royal Decree-Law 14/2019 of 31 October could limit online freedoms in Spain and is another regulation approved in reaction to a very specific situation, without a comprehensive analysis of all the areas it will affect.
A new study examines the data carrier evaluation of refugees by German authorities. The result: refugees are subject to second-class data protection.
Privacy is a fundamental right that belongs to each and every one of us. Governments aren’t allowed to violate it whenever it pleases them. If the authorities want to spy on someone, they should need to get permission to do so.