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  • Research reports | Privacy International
    of Ghana on the Interception of Postal Packets and Telecommunication Messages Bill 2015 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 new surveillance Bill Read more International Women s Day 2016 Initiative of the Privacy International Network The right to privacy is a qualified right Gender is not and cannot be its qualification 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 of Surveillance Thailand The State of Surveillance in Thailand is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and Thai Netizen Network Read more State of Surveillance Argentina The State of Surveillance in Argentina is the result of an ongoing collaboration by Privacy International and

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  • Submissions to the UN | Privacy International
    Read more The Right to Privacy in Venezuela Bolivarian Republic of This Universal Periodic Review UPR stakeholder report is a submission by Privacy International PI the International Human Rights Clinic at Harvard Law School IHRC and Acceso Libre Read more The Right to Privacy in Morocco Article 17 of the 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 Read more The Right to Privacy in Colombia Article 17 of the 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 Read more The Right to Privacy in Estonia Article 17 of the 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 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 The Right to Privacy in New Zealand Privacy International notes New Zealand s written replies to the list of issues prior to reporting in relation to the New Zealand s laws policies and practices related to interception of personal communications Read more The Right to Privacy in Sweden Privacy International Civil

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  • Legal Actions | Privacy International
    Response and Exhibits On 11 and 12 April 2016 Privacy International the claimant received the Respondents Closed Response to factual allegations to below the waterline safeguards for bulk personal data Submissions in relation to the BPD Regime below the waterline safeguards for section 94 of the Telecommunications Act 1984 Submissions in relation to the section 94 Regime Together with this Response the Exhibits listed below were disclosed Read more about Closed Response and Exhibits Criminal complaint to National Cyber Crime Unit on behalf of Bahraini activists Privacy International in October 2014 made a criminal complaint to the National Cyber Crime Unit of the National Crime Agency urging the immediate investigation of the unlawful surveillance of three Bahraini activists living in the UK by Bahraini authorities using the intrusive malware FinFisher supplied by British company Gamma Read more about Criminal complaint to National Cyber Crime Unit on behalf of Bahraini activists Privacy International v United Kingdom Privacy International in September 2014 filed a legal challenge in Europe s top human rights court demanding the release of secret documents detailing the spying agreements between the United States United Kingdom Canada Australia and New Zealand Read more about Privacy International v United Kingdom GreenNet et al v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Government Communication Headquarters Privacy International along with seven internet service and communications providers from around the world filed a legal complaint in July 2014 calling for an end to GCHQ s attacking and exploitation of network infrastructure in order to unlawfully gain access to potentially millions of people s private communications Read more about GreenNet et al v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Government Communication Headquarters Privacy International v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Government Communication Headquarters Privacy International

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  • About Us | Privacy International
    protect privacy We conduct research to catalyse policy change We raise awareness about technologies and laws that place privacy at risk to ensure that the public is informed and engaged To ensure that this right is universally respected we strengthen the capacity of our partners in developing countries and work with international organisations to protect the most vulnerable Privacy International envisions a world in which the right to privacy is

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  • Staff | Privacy International
    more Christopher Weatherhead Technology Officer Christopher is a Technology Officer at Privacy International working within all facets of the organistation he helps to develop and maintain technological solutions to help Privacy International engage with the public and meet its strategic objectives Read more Claire Lauterbach Research Officer Claire is a Research Officer at Privacy International where she investigates the global trade in surveillance technologies and their human rights impacts Read more Dr Gus Hosein Executive Director Gus has worked at the intersection of technology and human rights for over fifteen years He has acted as an external evaluator for UNHCR advised the UN Special Rapporteur on Terrorism and Human Rights and has advised a number of other international organisations Read more Dr Richard Tynan Technologist Richard is a Technologist at Privacy International with a specific focus on the area of surveillance technologies Read more Dr Tom Fisher Research Officer Tom is a Research Officer at Privacy International working on the Global South He has a PhD in African Studies from the University of Edinburgh exploring ethnicity and politics in East Africa Read more Edin Omanovic Research Officer Edin is a Research Officer on the Big Brother Inc project He focuses on issues related to the export of surveillance technology and provides research in support of PI s litigation work advocacy strategy and policy recommendations Read more Eva Blum Dumontet Research Officer Eva is an Research Officer at Privacy International and collaborates with international partners on promoting a better awareness of surveillance programmes carried out in countries across Africa South America and Asia Read more Harmit Kambo Director of Campaigns Development Harmit Kambo is the Director of Campaigns Development at Privacy International He joined us in 2015 to develop greater public engagement in privacy issues build our brand lead our campaigns

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  • Trustees | Privacy International
    is an award winning writer journalist and freedom of information campaigner Her unprecedented five year campaign for the full disclosure of MPs expenses led to a comprehensive reform of the Parliamentary expense system Read more Dr Jerry Fishenden Board Member Jerry is a technologist with over 25 years senior experience in the public and private sectors He has served as Chief Information Officer CIO and Chief Technical Officer CTO in a variety of organisations from the NHS to the Houses of Parliament to Microsoft Read more Daniel Cooper Board Member Dan is a Trustee of PI and a Partner at Covington Burling one of the world s most prestigious international law firms He advises on European privacy and data protection matters as well as contentious and non contentious intellectual property work and e commerce issues Read more Barry Steinhardt Board Member Barry is a Trustee of PI and was previously the Director of the ACLU s Program on Technology and Liberty Prior to leading that programme Barry served as Associate Director of the ACLU Read more Barry Kernon Board Member Barry is PI s Treasurer He is a Chartered Accountant who has been in private practice since 1972 For 16

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  • Financial | Privacy International
    because we believe that it would jeopardise the independence of our activities We are extremely grateful to the following organisations for their support The Adessium Foundation Open Society Foundations the Omidyar Network International Development Research Centre Oak Foundation Swedish International Development Agency Street Foundation Esmée Fairbairn Foundation Media Democracy Fund Ford Foundation and the Renewable Freedom Foundation We re working hard to diversify our funding to ensure that PI s

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  • Opportunities | Privacy International
    world do the same Do you want to explore our new programme on Data Exploitation to identify how intelligence can be gleaned from data sets and new technology services Then we need you Why us and why now We are a London based charity that used to be known for punching above its weight We are now trying to bulk up our expertise and grow our work areas to ensure that we remain dynamic and ready for the future Everyone who comes here gets to help build this place build our networks build our competencies test our ideas and help develop new ones It is the perfect time of flux to join us to make your mark both here and in our work across the world The kind of people who work at PI You will get to work with fun and passionate people who enjoy doing international work engaging with technology and human rights It is intense and relevant so you re always engaging with current events and building a future We want this to be a place where you can grow learn find new challenges and genuinely want to help build an organisation that will forever rely on its staff to build and grow it You will have flexibility and responsibility which can be daunting You will get to work in a tough environment requiring expertise But we will help build that expertise and navigate the dark waters of surveillance unaccountable government agencies voracious and ambitious industries and adversaries TRUSTEE OPPORTUNITIES VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES Want to volunteer for a charity that holds governments and companies to account on their intrusions into our private lives Then apply to join Privacy International s volunteer program Privacy International is a London based charity that s committed to fighting for the right to privacy across the world In our volunteer program you won t be making coffee or doing the photocopying Volunteers are treated as full members of the team and we want you to play a meaningful role in our campaigns litigation research and advocacy projects Here s what we re looking for in volunteers a strong commitment to fighting intrusions into our private lives by governments and corporations pursuing or holding a degree in law political science public policy or similar academic studies an knowledge or interest in the intersection of rights and technology maturity and independence initiative and demonstrated ability to work without supervision excellent communications skills Volunteers will assist Privacy International s team at our London offices We ask that you commit to a minimum of three days per week for three months However based on your personal academic and or professional commitments we are very flexible about this We have four intakes of volunteers per year although there is flexibility over start and finish dates Spring intake approx 1st March 31st May Application deadline 4th January Summer intake approx 1st June 31st August Application deadline 5th April Autumn intake approx 1st September 30th November Application deadline 7th July

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