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  • Submission to Committee on Defence and Interior, Parliament of Ghana on the Interception of Postal Packets and Telecommunication Messages Bill (2015) | Privacy International
    UN Legal Actions About Us Staff Trustees Financial Opportunities Contact Donate You are here Home Submission to Committee on Defence and Interior Parliament of Ghana on the Interception of Postal Packets and Telecommunication Messages Bill 2015 Date Wednesday March 16 2016 Summary of PI s and ARTICLE 19 s joint submission to the Defense and Interior Committee of the Ghana Parliament calling for it to abandon rushing through a controversial

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/node/808 (2016-04-27)
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  • International Women's Day 2016: Initiative of the Privacy International Network | Privacy International
    example is how surveillance and violations of women s privacy is used to assert control Technology related forms of violence such as online harassment and cyberstalking have continued to be of increasing concern particularly for women human rights defenders activists and journalists The above issues are as much even more about the right to equality than the right to privacy but the later enables the enjoyment of certain rights when these are denied because of one s classification such as gender Currently privacy laws assume women are equal to men before the law and equality law assumes women are socially equally to men Until women are treated as equals and equally enjoy their fundamental rights we must continue our mission to protect their privacy so they can exercise them now In the context of sexual and reproductive rights there are various dynamics as presented by Derechos Digitales in Chile and Dejusticia in Colombia in terms of the legal framework regulating abortions Bytes for All highlights two campaigns they are involved with aimed at challenging gender perspectives and stereotypes in Pakistan as for them the current patriarchal legislative system is inadequate to ensure the adoption of gender sensitive laws that effectively protect and promote the right to privacy Nevertheless whilst a lot of progress still needs to be made to achieve gender equality women have arguably never had as much power and resources to engage and be heard and take measures to promote and protect themselves and their privacy Technology has been part of that process such as in the Philippines where Foundation for Media Alternatives have worked with 8 Layer Technologies a free and open source company to develop a mobile application to report gender based violence they experience or witness But seeing the use of surveillance technologies and broader

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/node/796 (2016-04-27)
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  • The Right to Privacy in Morocco | Privacy International
    home or correspondence as well as against unlawful attacks on his honour or reputation Any interference with the right to privacy can only be justified if it is in accordance with the law has a legitimate objective and is conducted in a way that is necessary and proportionate Surveillance activities must only be conducted when they are the only means of achieving a legitimate aim or when there are multiple

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/node/794 (2016-04-27)
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  • The Right to Privacy in Colombia | Privacy International
    attacks on his honour or reputation Any interference with the right to privacy can only be justified if it is in accordance with the law has a legitimate objective and is conducted in a way that is necessary and proportionate Surveillance activities must only be conducted when they are the only means of achieving a legitimate aim or when there are multiple means they are the least likely to infringe

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/node/792 (2016-04-27)
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  • The Right to Privacy in Estonia | Privacy International
    Covenant on Civil and Political Rights ICCPR provides for the right of every person to be protected against arbitrary or unlawful interference with his privacy family home or correspondence as well as against unlawful attacks on his honour or reputation Any interference with the right to privacy can only be justified if it is in accordance with the law has a legitimate objective and is conducted in a way that

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/node/793 (2016-04-27)
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  • State of Surveillance: Indonesia | Privacy International
    Releases Two minute reads Explainers Reports State of Surveillance Briefings Investigations Research Reports Submissions to the UN Legal Actions About Us Staff Trustees Financial Opportunities Contact Donate You are here Home State of Surveillance Indonesia Date Sunday March 6 2016 The State of Surveillance in Indonesia is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and The Institute for Policy Research and Advocacy ELSAM Privacy International Registered Charity Number

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/node/782 (2016-04-27)
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  • The Right to Privacy in Sweden | Privacy International
    Us Staff Trustees Financial Opportunities Contact Donate You are here Home The Right to Privacy in Sweden Date Sunday March 6 2016 Privacy International Civil Rights Defenders and DFRI note Sweden s written replies to the list of issues in relation to Swedish laws policies and practices on interception of personal communications The following comments are based on the analysis of the Swedish legislation as well as policies and practices

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/node/789 (2016-04-27)
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  • Reports | Page 2 | Privacy International
    Chile is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and Derechos Digitales Read more State of Surveillance Pakistan The State of Surveillance in Pakistan is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and Digital Rights Foundation Read more State of Surveillance Kenya The State of Surveillance in Kenya is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and National Coalition of Human Rights Defenders Kenya Read more The Right to Privacy in South Africa Privacy International Right2Know and the Association for Progressive Communications hereinafter the organisations note the written replies by the government of South Africa to the list of issues on South Africa s laws policies and practices related to interception of personal communication Read more State of Surveillance India The State of Surveillance in India is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and Centre for Internet Society Read more State of Surveillance Uganda The State of Surveillance in Uganda is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and Unwanted Witness Read more State of Surveillance Colombia The State of Surveillance in Colombia is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and Karisma Foundation Read more State

    Original URL path: https://privacyinternational.org/reports?page=1 (2016-04-27)
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