In the British town of Kent, local police gave up on the use of a computer software intended to predict where and when crimes would occur. Kent Police were the first to introduce the solution to the UK, back in 2013....
A decade ago, it was the mass deployment of CCTV cameras across public spaces across the world. Now, it's facial recognition surveillance. Test yourself on how much you know about this technology and its threats to your freedoms and rights.
A coalition of civil society organizations has released a joint statement calling for stronger human rights safeguards on the export of dual-use exports like cyber-surveillance equipment.
Evidence uncovered by a new investigative report from Al Jazeera has prompted Italian NGOs to once again pressure the government to address the surveillance industry's continued business dealings with repressive regimes.