EDRi-gram 18.13, 8 July 2020
"We are learning that a true universal approach recognises marginalisation in order to protect it. In order to protect digital rights for all we must understand these differences, highlight them, and then fight for collective solutions"
Digital rights for all
In this article we set out the background to EDRis’ work on anti-discrimination in the digital age. Here we take the first step to explore anti-discrimination as a...
Europol: Non-accountable cooperation with IT companies could go further
There is an ongoing mantra among law enforcement authorities in Europe according to which private companies are indispensable partners in the fight against “cyber-enabled” crimes as they are...
Web browser privacy: ARTICLE 19 welcomes initiatives to protect users
There are widespread web tracking practices that undermine users’ human rights. However, safeguards against web tracking can and are being deployed by various service providers. EDRi member ARTICLE...
Spain: Catalan government agrees to improve privacy in schools
The Catalan Department of Education has signed an agreement accepting the plan proposed by Xnet, EDRi member from Spain, titled “Privacy and Democratic Digitization of Educational Centers,” to...
Welcoming our new Senior Communications and Media Manager Gail Rego!
European Digital Rights is proud to announce that Gail Rego has joined the team at the Brussels office as the new Senior Communications and Media Manager.
- Register and participate at RightsCon Online!
RightsCon Online will be the ninth edition of RightsCon and the first to take place entirely online. The summit will be held across five days from Monday July 27 to Friday July 31, 2020, featuring a program with 250 sessions and 8+ tracks, spanning multiple time zones, with both live and asynchronous content, so you’ll be able to join from wherever you are.
Registration is available on the RightsCon Online platform, where you’ll have access to high-level panels, intimate fireside chats, facilitated strategy sessions, interactive community labs, one-on-one and group networking, private meetings, and more. Registration will close on July 20, 2020 at 11:59pm PST.
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