We make sure companies and governments use technologies to improve our lives, rather than to monitor and manipulate us.
On the 14th of June, the NJCM (Netherlands Committee of Jurists for Human Rights) submitted a response to the European Commission’s White Paper on artificial intelligence (AI).
You can find great things in Germany. Cars, kebabs, democracy. Privacy is a pretty big deal too. Can Germany make privacy a big deal for the rest of Europe?
Germany gets to set the upcoming agenda for the EU Council, and we have a number of things we’d like them to work on in order to build a stronger, more democratic European community.
In June 2020, Liberties submitted its response to the public consultation on the European Commission’s White Paper on Artificial Intelligence.
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.
The latest version of the European Commission's white paper on AI does not specify a temporary ban on remote facial recognition.
We all want the freedom to go about our daily lives without being spied on.
While automation is necessary for handling a vast amount of content shared by users, it makes mistakes that can be far-reaching for your rights and the well-being of society.
As you may have already realized, there are numerous discussions taking place about the ethics of artificial intelligence - in governmental forums, in the industry, in academia and in the media.