Today, Liberties published its report ‘Security through Human Rights’. The report finds that two commonly used counter-terrorism measures are killing democracy, are ineffective and counter-productive.
Lithuanian MPs voted in favor of amendments to the Law on Electronic Communications that expand the opportunities for intelligence and law enforcement agencies to access information. Electronic communications...
In a landmark ruling, the High Court of the United Kingdom has declared a key government surveillance law unlawful.
Open Rights Group, Privacy International and internationally renowned experts file amicus curiae briefs with the Hungarian Constitutional Court in a case to repeal the country's communications act.
In a break-through verdict the district court of The Hague has rendered the Dutch Data Retention Act inoperative. The judge did so at the request of the Netherlands Committee of Jurists for Human Rights and six other civil society organizations.