EDRi-gram 17.10, 22 May 2019
- Facebook lies to Dutch Parliament about election manipulation
- Why should we vote in the EU elections?
- Pseudo-counter-terrorism at the cost of human rights?
- ePrivacy: Private data retention through the back door
- Google-Huawei case highlights the importance of free software
- Passenger surveillance brought before courts in Germany and Austria
- Hey Google, where does the path lead?
- EDRi strategic planning: A collective journey towards a strengthened network
- Video: Is your vote for sale? Political advertisers think so
- Steps you can take to minimise the political ads you see online (19.05.2019)
- San Francisco bans facial recognition technology (14.05.2019)
We are looking for an experienced, strategic and dedicated Head of Policy to join our team in Brussels, for a full-time, permanent position. You're still on time to send us your application - deadline extended until 16 June!https://edri.org/edri-is-looking-for-a-new-head-of-policy/
You can help improve transparency and restore civility in elections by installing the Who Targets Me browser extension! This extension records every political ad served to you on Facebook, including the data they used to target you. Not a Facebook user? Not a problem. You can still help by encouraging Facebook users you know to use Who Targets Me.https://whotargets.me/en/
23.05.2019 npbbxl 5.2: Net politics meet-upBrussels, Belgium
08.06.2019 German Big Brother Awards 2019Bielefeld, Germany
11.06.2019 RightsCon Tunis 2019Tunis, Tunisia
31.07.2019 Citizen Lab Summer Institute on Monitoring Internet Openness and RightsToronto, Canada
08.08.2019 BornHack 2019Gelsted, Denmark
21.08.2019 CCCamp 2019Mildenberg, Germany