Monthly Archives: November 2014

This article, by Carly Nyst and Anna Fielder was originally published on 10th November 2014 on Privacy International's blog. Since the European Court of Justice in May ruled in the “right to be forgotten” case, there has been a dizzying amount of … Continue reading

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On Saturday 11th October, EFA co-hosted an event in Brisbane with QCCL, which featured Carly Nyst, Legal Director of Privacy International, and leading human rights barrister, Julian Burnside AO QC, who was just yesterday awarded the Sydney Peace Prize. Listen to … Continue reading

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Which apps and tools actually keep your messages safe?   Our good friends at EFF have just published their Secure Messaging Scorecard. In the face of widespread Internet surveillance, we need a secure and practical means of talking to each … Continue reading

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This article, by Angela Daly from EFA's Policy & Research Standing Committee, was originally published on the St James Ethics Centre website. Big Data is one of the current much-hyped and much-talked-about technology trends, along with the Internet of Things, wearable … Continue reading

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