Launch of EDRi Annual Report 2019
2019 has also been a pivotal year, with more attempts to rein in the power of dominant internet platforms. EDRi's members Europe-wide have continued highlighting the privacy-invasive surveillance-based business models of the digital platforms dominating the online market, and the significant consequences this may have for civil rights and control of society.
Q&A: EU’s top court rules that UK, French and Belgian mass surveillance regimes must respect privacy
The Court of Justice of the European Union issued judgments in three cases in the UK, France and Belgium. Privacy International answers some of the main questions.
Booklet: Launch of Data Retention Revisited
Today we are pleased to launch our updated handbook: “Data Retention Revisited”. The handbook is one of the few dedicated resources created on the topic of data retention in the European Union (EU).
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150,000 emails, 15,000 tweets and hundreds of phone calls Sent by supporters engaged by the SaveYourInternet.eu campaign to act upload filters in the Copyright Directive.Read the full story
Our ground-breaking clauses Adopted by the European Commission upgrading data protection safeguards in trade agreements.Building on GDPR success
The power of a civil society coalition Our network's diversity is our strength when it comes to proposing bold solutions to big problems, like the disproportionate power of online platforms.Protecting digital rights in the DSA