· May, 2014

Stories about Privacy from May, 2014

365 Days of Snowden: This June 5, Say No to Surveillance

It has been nearly one year since the first Snowden leaks. This June 5, activists will be launching campaigns, lobbying legislators and holding live events to speak out against mass...

Russian Internet on the Way to Pyongyang

Starting on August 1, 2014 all distributors of online content will be required to retain user data for a minimum of six months after its creation.

Get the Facts: Mexico's #LeyTelecom

Mexico's proposed telecom law would increase state control and loosen limitations on telecommunication companies' abilities to censor, surveil, and discriminate on their networks. Learn more about it and get involved!

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Stories about laws/policies/practices (by governments or companies) that affect the universal right to privacy in any way, negative or positive. Some of these stories may overlap with the surveillance category, but others will not.


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