privacy

Save Your Internet: Delete Article 13
Save Your Internet: Delete Article 13 04 September 2018

Update (4 September 2018): In the run-up to the 12 September vote in the European Parliament Plenary, we encourage you to join the Copyright Action Week from 4 to 11 September. The goal is to amplify the voices of communities impacted by Article 13. More info on the Save Your Internet website. Republished from the Save Your Internet website.  On 20-21 June, the lead committee in the European Parliament (EP), the Legal Affairs Committee, will vote on its Report on Copyright in t...

Oral statement delivered under Item 3: Clustered Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy and the Special Rapporteur on the Sale of Children
Oral statement delivered under Item 3: Clustered Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy and the Special Rapporteur on the Sale of Children 06 March 2018 APC

Oral statement delivered under Item 3: Clustered Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy and the Special Rapporteur on the Sale of Children, UN Human Rights Council 37th Session, 6 March 2018 Thank you Mr. President. The Association for Progressive Communications welcomes the opportunity to engage in this dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on the right to privacy. We commend his report's gendered approach to privacy and surveillance and the recognition that ...

Foundation for Media Alternatives: The National ID Debate. Is the Philippines Ready?
Foundation for Media Alternatives: The National ID Debate. Is the Philippines Ready? 06 August 2018 Foundation for Media Alternatives

In March 2016, the Philippines made headlines when the personal data of around 55 million registered voters were leaked online. In the wake of the controversy, discussions on security and privacy resurfaced among legislators and the public. Among those taken up were relevant policy proposals, like the establishment of a national identification (ID) system. Foundation for Media Alternatives (FMA...

Inside the Information Society: Does Europe’s GDPR change privacy and data protection?
Inside the Information Society: Does Europe’s GDPR change privacy and data protection? 18 June 2018 David Souter

In May, Internet users in Europe were flooded by emails from organisations telling them of changes in their data protection arrangements or asking them to renew consent to hold and use their data. Was this spam? No. It was the result of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – new European Union (EU) rules to govern how governments, businesses, charities and others can use the data ind...

APC welcomes the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, calls for stronger privacy protections globally
APC welcomes the EU's General Data Protection Regulation, calls for stronger privacy protections globally 28 May 2018 APC

APC welcomes the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which became enforceable on 25 May 2018. The GDPR is the most significant step in recent history towards enhancing people's privacy and giving them greater control over their personal information. The regulation strengthens the rights of individuals with respect to their data (information about it, access to it, abilit...

Joint call to G20 leaders: Let us bring people to the centre of the digital future
Joint call to G20 leaders: Let us bring people to the centre of the digital future 28 May 2018 APC and others

G20 countries have both the opportunity and the responsibility to lead efforts to reinstate trust in the digital age. G20 members can inspire hope and embrace the goal that no country, no community, and no individual will be left behind and that their rights will be respected. G20 countries can set a digital agenda that places people at the centre. The Internet is estimated to contribute nearly...

Need to Know: Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and privacy concerns
Need to Know: Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and privacy concerns 02 May 2018 May First/People Link

"Facebook: a threat and an opportunity" is the name of the latest instalment of May First/People Link's audio interviews and discussions, as part of the Need to Know project. In this audio, Sainaba Ali and Praveen Sinha from Equality Labs, Nathan "nash" Sheard from the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Jamie McClelland from May First/People Link and the&...

Près de 100 organisations d'intérêt public exhortent le Conseil de l'Europe à garantir des normes de transparence élevées pour les négociations sur la cybercriminalité
Près de 100 organisations d'intérêt public exhortent le Conseil de l'Europe à garantir des normes de transparence élevées pour les négociations sur la cybercriminalité 04 April 2018 Maryant Fernández Pérez

Aujourd'hui, le 3 avril 2018, [nom de votre organisation], avec 93 organisations de la société civile du monde entier, a envoyé une lettre au Secrétaire Général du Conseil de l'Europe, Thorbjørn Jagland. La lettre demande la participation transparente et significative de la société civile aux négociations du Conseil de l'Europe sur le projet de Deuxième Protocole Additionnel à la Co...

Cerca de 100 organizaciones de defensa del interés público piden al Consejo de Europa que garantice un nivel elevado de transparencia en las negociaciones sobre cibercrimen
Cerca de 100 organizaciones de defensa del interés público piden al Consejo de Europa que garantice un nivel elevado de transparencia en las negociaciones sobre cibercrimen 04 April 2018

Hoy, 3 de abril del 2018, la Asociación para el Progreso de las Comunicaciones, junto con 93 organizaciones de la sociedad civil de todo el mundo, envió una carta al Secretario General del Consejo de Europa, Thorbjørn Jagland. La carta aboga por transparencia y participación significativa de la sociedad civil en las negociaciones de un Segundo "Protocolo Adicional" al Convenio sobre Ciberde...

Nearly 100 public interest organisations urge Council of Europe to ensure high transparency standards for cybercrime negotiations
Nearly 100 public interest organisations urge Council of Europe to ensure high transparency standards for cybercrime negotiations 04 April 2018 Maryant Fernández Pérez

On 3 April 2018, the Association for Progressive Communications, along with 93 civil society organisations from across the globe, sent a letter to the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjørn Jagland. The letter requests transparency and meaningful civil society participation in the Council of Europe’s negotiations of the draft Second Additional Protocol to the Convention on Cyb...

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