Liberties published a policy paper on solutions for regulating micortargeted political advertising. This paper focuses on solutions that we need in order to properly tackle the problem caused by microtargeting in the online ecosystem.
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.
What’s free speech and what’s illegal content? We shouldn't let automated tools make the final decision, but that’s exactly what the EU's draft law on preventing online terrorist content does.
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 European Commission should be fully transparent as it creates guidelines for implementing the new Copyright Directive, which should include safeguards for fundamental rights.
Data is king and this is especially true for online advertisers. Are you aware of the vast amounts of data we give away for free to advertising technology companies in return for invading our privacy? Try our quiz to find out!
The online advertising industry systematically violates users’ privacy. Liberties has launched a petition pushing for changes — here’s our explainer about the problem and what we’re doing about it.
Here is how the European Union could become the global leader in human-centric digital transformation.
The draft law is intended to tackle hateful comments on online forums, but digital rights advocates and opposition politicians call it a direct attack on fundamental rights and the freedom of the internet.
The European Parliament has passed a new copyright regulation promising to give content creators fair pay for their work, but a controversial part of the law also threatens free speech and the free and open internet in Europe.