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If 1 million of us step up - we can force the European Commission to take on biometric mass surveillance head on.

Already almost 50,000 of us have signed - join us now and

privacyinternational.org/call-

Facial recognition already stands against fundamental rights and values, but that isn’t stopping people from using it - it’s time the EU made the law clear and banned biometric mass surveillance

Join us: privacyinternational.org/campa

We have a chance to make a difference in the European Union

Find out why it’s time the EU made the law clear and banned biometric mass surveillance
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privacyinternational.org/campa

No one can hide from publicly deployed facial recognition.

Let’s all retain control over our identities - join other European citizens in asking the EU to ban biometric mass surveillance ✍
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privacyinternational.org/call-

After France 🇫🇷, next stop Belgium 🇧🇪🛑

Yesterday, the Belgian Constitutional Court annulled the mass data retention regime following the CJEU ruling (Oct 2020) that found that the Belgian mass surveillance regime needs to comply with EU law and respect the right to privacy 👇...

A French court ruling was issued earlier this week based on the same CJEU judgment.

See our thread 👉 nitter.net/privacyint/status/1

🎙️🎧 Ya empezó el lanzamiento de “Caretas Digitales: Identidad Digital en el Centro de América”.

Unánse a la transmisión de @ipandetec 👉 youtube.com/watch?v=PXZ97YavPz

📌 Hoy no te pierdas el lanzamiento de “Caretas Digitales: Identidad Digital en el Centro de América”.

⏰ 5:30 pm hora de Panamá

✍️ Registro: bit.ly/3gqvHBy

¿Interesadx en el rol de las identidades digitales en Guatemala, Costa Rica y Panamá?

No se pierdan el lanzamiento de esta importante investigación de @ipandetec hoy 👇 nitter.net/ipandetec/status/13

Facial recognition can be biased, innacurate and invasive and yet it’s creeping into our daily lives a little more every day. It’s time the EU made the law clear and banned biometric mass surveillance

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📣 NEWS! Top French Court gives French government six months to re-write data retention rules in compliance with EU human rights standards....

Today’s judgment follows the 6 October 2020 ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union that found the French mass surveillance regime must comply with EU law, and be subjected to its privacy safeguards....

PI had intervened in 2016 before the Conseil d’État, along with the Center for Democracy and Technology, in support of the request of French organizations and later before the CJEU @EUCourtPress. 3/6

privacyinternational.org/legal

@EUCourtPress ...But it is not all good news.

The French Court ruled that the general and indiscriminate retention of IP addresses under French law is compliant with EU law and that a grave threat to national security may permit the indiscriminate retention of personal data. 5/6

@EUCourtPress 👍 The judgment limits the scope of data retention and strenghtens the independent mechanism to authorise access to retained data... 4/6

@EUCourtPress The fight continues! General and indiscriminate data retention is a form of mass surveillance that should not be allowed in a democratic society. 6/6

What is the UK National Fraud Initiative and what does it have to do with privacy?

More than you’d hope.

Read about this mass profiling tool, and the consequences of its use👇

privacyinternational.org/expla

Facial recognition poses important threats to privacy and yet, it’s already being publicly deployed for surveillance purposes.

Join us and ask the EU to ban facial recognition privacyinternational.org/call-

[Today!] We are thrilled to join @FDUmilano with our friends @irpinvestigates
and @HermesCenter!

We will talk all about facial recognition and how to protect the right to protest and dissent - in Italian!

nitter.net/FDUmilano/status/13

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