After the popular gay dating app Grindr was fined by the Norwegian data protection authority for misusing user data, all eyes are on other authorities to take steps to protect their citizens against intrusive dating apps.
The European has released the Digital Services Act (DSA), which is a long-overdue overhaul of the online world and e-commerce rules. We shared our views in the media.
Google and digital advertising firms are the targets of fresh privacy complaints filed in six EU countries in December over the way they sell ads to potential advertisers through a bidding process. See key media reports about our latest campaign.
The Consumentenbond (a non-profit organization which promotes consumers protection) and the Data Privacy Foundation have filed a mass claim against Facebook for breaching the privacy of Dutch users. Facebook gathered...
Human rights and digital rights groups issue a joint statement urging the European Commission to make human rights a priority for big online platforms.
Coronavirus contact-tracing apps are being launched across Europe. Do you know more about the app than it knows about you?
Although many people seem to support the idea of relinquishing some rights to protect public health, the Italian government must ensure that the systems are strong enough to not let these changes become permanent.
Liberties members in 9 EU countries filed Freedom of Information requests to their national authorities regarding the new contact-tracing, symptom-tracking and quarantine-enforcing applications introduced to control the spread of Covid-19.
As Orban continues his assault on rights and freedoms, we urge the Commission to use the tools it has to protect the rights to free speech and personal data.
An initiative of the Belgium League of Human Rights (LDH) has brought together more than 300 public figures who have signed an open letter to the Parliament and political leaders to raise concerns about the implementation of a COVID-19 tracing system.