What can you expect from 2021?

We have a chat and reveal what your 2021 horoscope says about what's coming soon for you in the latest episode of the Technology Pill

Listen now whereever you get your podcasts or on our website:...

ICYMI - check out this interview from PI's Reprodutive Rights and Privacy Project!

We speak w the CEO of UK-based charity @AbortionSupport about how opposition groups are promoting misleading health info to delay people from accessing safe abortion care


Now that have updated their terms, forcing users to share their data with , here's our suggested update to that notification you see at the top of your chats.

We’re expecting a judgment to be handed down by the High Court in our case tomorrow at 10:30 GMT.

Stay tuned.

It's that time of year! We're putting together a podcast of all our predictions and things to look out for in 2021, so we can look back and laugh come December.

If you have anything you think people should be looking out for drop us a line: info@privacyinternational.org

The data-intensive tactics used by the opposition to rights to curtail access to abortion care range from misleading websites to sophisticated ad targeting.

Read more here 👇

Preparing for what fights you will take on in 2021…

Are you seeing a new ID system in your country or city?

Get a head-start on the legal arguments by reading our new guide —> t.co/ZWK70OsJCd

Private military and security companies are playing a crucial role in immigration management, with little to no scrutiny - learn more!


2020 saw a lot of peaceful protests take place around the world. Read about the link between the right to privacy and the right to participate in peaceful protests here:

privacyinternational.org/sites OHCHR peaceful protest submission October 2019.pdf

We believe technology should empower and enable us, not exploit our data for profit and power.

We spoke to Sofía de Robina, a staff lawyer at Mexican NGO Centro Prodh, about her organisation's experience of surveillance.

The organisation is targeted for its work on enforced disappearances, extrajudicial killings or torture.


NEW interview from PI's Reprodutive Rights and Privacy Project! We speak w @KELINKenya about data exploitation in reproductive healthcare in Kenya


Working with the Harvard Law Clinic, we have been looking at the key cases including in , , where national ID systems are being challenges in courts!

FInd out more —> Guide to Litigating Identity Systems


Asylum seekers are often targeted with intrusive surveillance technologies and afforded only limited rights: as a result, they are often treated as “guilty until proven innocent”.

Read more here —> t.co/JAzm2MPvl1

Does anyone know about your mood, stools, drinking habits, sex life, masturbation habits, medication intake and how your breasts feel? 😳 Your menstruation app does! We requested our data and this is what we found: ...

Surveillance has long been used to silence activists around the world.

To better understand surveillance's effects on activist activities, PI spoke to Ananda Badudu, an Indonesian activist, on his experience of surveillance & this is what he had to say:

Did you read our report earlier this year about how data analytics company Palantir has embedded itself throughout the UK? 👇


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