June 4, 2020 · Blogs | Open internet and inclusive technology | Artificial intelligence (AI) | Biometrics | Surveillance and data retention

Can the EU make AI “trustworthy”? No – but they can make it just

European Digital Rights (EDRi) submitted its answer to the European Commission’s consultation on the AI White Paper.

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October 5, 2023 · Document pools | Privacy and data protection | Privacy and confidentiality | Surveillance and data retention

CSA Regulation Document Pool

This document pool contains updates and resources on the EU's proposed 'Regulation laying down rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse' (CSA Regulation)

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May 25, 2022 · Blogs | Privacy and data protection | Data protection standards | Freedom of expression online

European Commission wants to eliminate online confidentiality

This might sound attention-seeking, but we really believe to be not far off the mark. It really looks like the European Commission wants to cancel encryption.

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January 23, 2023

Big Brother Awards 2022

The Big Brother Awards draw attention to individuals, companies and governments who have grossly infringed our digital rights.

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February 16, 2023 · Blogs | Information democracy | Open internet and inclusive technology | Privacy and data protection

EDRi 2.0: The European Digital Rights network turns 20

This year, EDRi turns 20, marking two decades of building a movement of NGOs, experts, advocates, technologists, academics and impacted communities. Together, we have been defending and advancing digital rights across Europe. Read about our 20-year impact below and join us in celebrating our anniversary.

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August 29, 2023 · Blogs | Privacy and data protection | Platform regulation | Privacy and confidentiality | Surveillance and data retention

Is this the most criticised draft EU law of all time?

An unprecedentedly broad range of stakeholders have raised concerns that despite its important aims, the measures proposed in the draft EU Child Sexual Abuse Regulation are fundamentally incompatible with human rights.

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