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Find out how technology is reshaping our lives every day and explore the new powers of governments and companies.

Episode Date
Talking to People about Privacy
2173

This week we talk to Ina Sander from Cardiff University about how to talk to people about  privacy, drawing on her research looking at how to teach 'critical data  literacy' in schools.   
Links

You can find a resource for teachers we've been working with Ina on here: https://privacyinternational.org/learning-resources/teaching-about-data-resource-educators  

You can read more about critical data literacy here: https://policyreview.info/articles/analysis/what-critical-big-data-literacy-and-how-can-it-be-implemented  

You can find the database of resources for teaching about big data and algorithmic systems Ina mentions here: https://www.bigdataliteracy.net/database/  

You can find PI's guides to help you and your loved ones protect yourselves online: https://privacyinternational.org/act

Jun 10, 2022
The EU, the Sahel and the Externalisation of Surveillance
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While being the world’s largest provider of aid, Europe also exports  surveillance around the world by training police, providing surveillance  techand building widescale databases. While the benefits for European arms and security companies is clear, how this helps those it’s supposed to is less obvious.

We sat down with investigative journalist Giacomo to talk more about  the impact of this financial flow to security forces and surveillance.

Links

Giacomo’s report on Europe’s Shady Funds to Border Forces in the Sahel https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/3223/europes-shady-funds-border-forces-sahel

Giacomo’s report on The European Chase for Saharan Smugglers https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/3347/european-chase-saharan-smugglers

Privacy International’s disclosures on the EU’s surveillance aid https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4291/surveillance-disclosures-show-urgent-need-reforms-eu-aid-programmes

You can follow Giacomo at @giacomo_zando

Jun 03, 2022
Surveillance: Made in Italy and sold around the world
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Hundreds of  companies around the world which develop and sell surveillance tech used  to spy on people, making everything from malware used by governments to  hack into phones to mass internet surveillance tools to monitor nationwide internet traffic. Italy is one of the main producers.

We spoke to investigative journalists Lorenzo and Riccardo from IRPI Media who have been digging into these companies.

Links

You can check out IRPI Media at https://irpi.eu

Their series on surveillance (in Italian) is at https://irpimedia.irpi.eu/sorveglianze/

Their report on Med-Or (in English) is at https://irpimedia.irpi.eu/en-surveillances-medor-leonardo-marco-minniti/

Their report on Cy4Gate (in English) is at https://irpimedia.irpi.eu/en-surveillances-cy4gate-united-arab-emirates/

May 27, 2022
Violence at the EU’s borders: Tech and surveillance in Europe’s Human Rights Crisis
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The migration crisis in 2015 brutally exposed the divisions in Europe. People who fled  war and make it to Europe are being met with violence and intrusive  surveillance at the border at the hands of state authorities.

We sat down with Natalie & Sergio from the Border Violence Monitoring Network to learn more about the situation at Europe’s borders.

This is the first episode in our Border Surveillance series. Join us next week for Surveillance: Made in Italy and sold around the world.

Links

Josoor International Solidarity’s website is at https://www.josoor.net

No Name Kitchen’s website https://www.nonamekitchen.org

Border Violence Monitoring Network’s Website is at https://www.borderviolence.eu

Their reports documenting violence and trends in Greece and the Balkans route are at https://www.borderviolence.eu/category/monthly-report/

Lighthouse Report’s investigations on pushbacks in the Aegean are available at https://www.lighthousereports.nl/investigation/aegean-pushbacks-lead-to-drowning/

Privacy Internationa’s disclosures on the EU’s surveillance aid https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4291/surveillance-disclosures-show-urgent-need-reforms-eu-aid-programmes

May 20, 2022
Upcoming: Border Surveillance
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This is a brief programming note. The next three weeks we'll be releasing episodes of a new mini-series looking at how surveillance is  spreading around the world, driven by Europe’s war on migration and a  complex web of surveillance and arms companies. Join Edin, PI's advocacy director, and some fascinating guests every Friday for the next three weeks for: Border Surveillance. 

Then we'll be back to our Technology Pill episodes. Enjoy!

May 18, 2022
Corporate Spies Gone Wild
2008

This week talk to Franz Wild from the Bureau of Investigative Journalists to discuss how the UK became a haven for the private intelligence industry and how corporate spies have been allowed to run wild.

Links:

The Enablers by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism: https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/projects/the-enablers

PI’s report: https://privacyinternational.org/report/4850/briefing-controlling-uks-private-intelligence-industry

Submit your podcast questions: pvcy.org/questions

Sign up to our mailing list: pvcy.org/podsignup

May 06, 2022
Not Fine: A Clearview Update
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Apr 15, 2022
NSO Group: Civil society's battle against government hacking
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This week we're taking a look at NSO Group - a tech firm that sells a hacking capability to governments around the world - and government hacking more generally. 

Links

- Edin mentioned 'a journalist and her son' being targeted; their names are Carmen and Emilio Aristegui. You can find out more about people targeted in Mexico by a government buyer of NSO Group tech: https://citizenlab.ca/2017/06/reckless-exploit-mexico-nso/

- Keep up to date with ongoing litigation against NSO Group around the globe here: https://citizenlab.ca/2018/12/litigation-and-other-formal-complaints-concerning-targeted-digital-surveillance-and-the-digital-surveillance-industry/#NSO

- Read our report, together with Amnesty International and SOMO, on NSO Group's corporate structure here: https://www.privacyinternational.org/report/4531/operating-shadows-inside-nso-groups-corporate-structure

- Find more examples of harm involving NSO group here: https://privacyinternational.org/examples/nso-group

- As revelations about the abuses of NSO Group's spyware continue, we took a look at what is being done around the world to challenge the surveillance tech industry and the powers they sell, see our call for a multi-pronged approach here: Taming Pegasus: A Way Forward on Surveillance Tech Proliferation https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/4602/taming-pegasus-way-forward-surveillance-tech-proliferation

- See how hacking can be used at a protest and how you can minimise risks to your data here: https://www.privacyinternational.org/explainer/4493/how-hacking-can-be-used-protest

- Government hacking poses unique and grave threats to our privacy and security, here are our recommendations for necesssary safeguards around government hacking: https://www.privacyinternational.org/demand/government-hacking-safeguards

- Q&A: PI case - UK High Court judgment on general warrants and government hacking explained: https://www.privacyinternational.org/long-read/4361/qa-pi-case-uk-high-court-judgment-general-warrants-and-government-hacking-explained


Mar 22, 2022
Update: Marketing, Maternity, and the data supply chain
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In 2020, two weeks before the UK headed into the first nationwide lockdown, we published a podcast about a marketing company being given access to hospital maternity wards. Now, almost 2 years to the day, we're coming back to you with an update about how companies operating data broking services, as Bounty did, are causing headaches for brands using personal data for targeted advertising.


Links

More information about how Bounty illegally exploited the data of 14 million mothers and babies: https://pvcy.org/podillegalexploitation


Sign up to our corporate exploitation email list to find out more about our work on brands and the advertising supply chain: https://pvcy.org/podsignup


Original podcast: https://privacyinternational.org/video/3787/podcast-marketing-and-maternity

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Orginally Recorded 12th March 2020. 

We can’t believe we’re having to say this, but the hours after giving birth are private. If you’re a parent, you may have heard of Bounty, a  sales and marketing company allowed access to hospital maternity wards and approach women who have just given birth. This doesn’t happen on any other hospital ward. Can you imagine coming round from major surgery to find a stranger trying to sell you stuff? The physical invasion of  privacy is bad enough, but delving into the company’s relationship with you and your baby’s personal data reveals some surprises.

Mar 04, 2022
2021: Looking back
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This episode we look back at the predictions we made about 2021, What turned out to be true? What turned out better than we could have hoped? What turned out worse? 

Links

Our predictions from 2021: pvcy.org/2021predictions

Clearview UK provisional fine: pvcy.org/clearUKfine

Clearview legal trouble in France: pvcy.org/clearFrance

Clearview investments: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/21/technology/clearview-ai-valuation.html

TRIPS waiver: https://www.devex.com/news/where-are-we-on-covid-19-after-a-year-of-trips-waiver-negotiations-101795

Travel podcast: pvcy.org/PITravel

Patent-free vaccine: https://newatlas.com/health-wellbeing/patent-free-coronavirus-vaccine-protein-subunit/

Mental health podcast: pvcy.org/podmentalhealth

David works for the Mental Health Foundation: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/

Google unionise: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/04/technology/google-employees-union.html

The 'Great Resignation': https://www.ft.com/content/857bdeba-b61b-4012-ab82-3c9eb19506df

PI has been working with two unions on our managed by bots campaign: pvcy.org/podbots

Complicated history of plagues and workers: https://www.economist.com/free-exchange/2013/10/21/plagued-by-dear-labour

Indian National Education Plan: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Education_Policy_2020

Ugandan Election: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/c9vyzlr1ek2t/uganda-election-2021

Crypto mining trouble: https://www.wired.com/story/kazakhstan-cryptocurrency-mining-unrest-energy/

US commitment to reduce methane: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-59137828

Cop26 commitments: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/nov/14/india-criticised-over-coal-at-cop26-but-real-villain-was-climate-injustice

Apple's valuation: https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2022/1/6/visualising-apples-3-trillion-market-valuation

Facebook value drop: https://www.cnbc.com/2022/02/03/facebooks-232point6-billion-drop-in-value-sets-all-time-record.html

The Metaverse: https://www.wired.com/story/what-is-the-metaverse/

Predictions for 2022: pvcy.org/2022predictions

Feb 04, 2022
2022: Looking forward
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Feb 04, 2022
Christmas Present Privacy
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Merry Christmas. We hope you enjoy your day tomorrow. This week we're bringing you tips for how to spot and deal with things that worry you about the gifts you or your kids may recieve tomorrow.

Links

Donate to PI and get your facemask: pvcy.org/donatepill

Mozilla's *privacy not included project: https://foundation.mozilla.org/en/privacynotincluded/

US PIRG's Trouble in Toyland: https://uspirg.org/feature/usp/Trouble-In-Toyland

Roomba home maps: https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/9/6/17817220/irobot-roomba-i7-robot-vacuum-empties-itself-maps-house and concerns from 2017 about Roomba sharing that information: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/25/technology/roomba-irobot-data-privacy.html

ICO advice: https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/news-and-events/news-and-blogs/2017/11/blog-the-12-ways-that-christmas-shoppers-can-keep-children-and-data-safe-when-buying-smart-toys-and-devices/

Our guides for protecting yourself from online tracking: https://privacyinternational.org/act/protect-yourself-online-tracking

Our Amazon Ring report "One Ring to Watch Them All" https://www.privacyinternational.org/long-read/3971/one-ring-watch-them-all

Find out more about our legal work: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4699/brief-history-our-legal-successes

Extra audio credit details in order of appearance:
acclivity (sleigh bells)

dj997 (additional bells)

Marta Tsvettsikh (fire sound)

waxsocks (ding dong merrily)

bilwiss (music box/silent night)

Dec 24, 2021
Tech Research: includes a free gift
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Today we're launching our Data Interception Environment for everyone to use. We've used it to research everything from low cost phones, to menstruation apps, and now we’re making it available so that you can do your own research on how your apps use your data.

Links

You can read more about the DIE, including some of the research we've done that's used it here: https://privacyinternational.org/learn/data-interception-environment

You can find our work about apps sharing data with Facebook here: https://privacyinternational.org/appdata

You can download the DIE to have a go with it yourself here: https://github.com/privacyint/appdata-environment-desktop/tree/update-3

Dec 17, 2021
Victory! A Clearview update: some (provisionally) good news from the UK
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The ICO has provisionally issued a £17 million fine against facial recognition company Clearview AI

Links

Read more about the ICO's provisional decision here: https://privacyinternational.org/press-release/4706/victory-ico-provisionally-issues-ps17-million-fine-against-facial-recognition

Support our work here: pvcy.org/donatepill

You can find out more about Clearview by listening to our podcast: The end of privacy? The spread of facial recognition

Dec 03, 2021
Unhealthy diet of targeted ads
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This week we talk to Daniel Magson, who has been campaigning to stop diet ad companies from targeting people with eating disorders, and Eva Blum-Dumontet, who wrote PI's recent report on the data collected by diet companies.

Links

Daniel's petition: https://www.change.org/p/uk-parliament-ban-advertisers-from-targeting-eating-disorders

PI's diet ads report: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4603/unhealthy-diet-targeted-ads-investigation-how-diet-industry-exploits-our-data

More information on Instagram, targeted ads, and Frances Haugen - the Facebook whistleblower: https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/4622/reduce-facebooks-harms-teens-target-its-data-hungry-business-model

Nov 26, 2021
Covid and Tech: A view from Colombia
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This week we talk to Juan Diego from Fundación Karisma - one of our  partners based in Colombia - about the use of technology in the response to the Covid pandemic and their report "Useless and Dangerous: A Critical Exploration of Covid Applications and Their Human Rights Impacts in Colombia".  

You can find out more from Karisma here: https://web.karisma.org.co/  

You can read the report here: https://web.karisma.org.co/useless-and-dangerous-a-critical-exploration-of-covid-applications-and-their-human-rights-impacts-in-colombia/

Nov 12, 2021
Humanitarian data after Afghanistan
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This week we talk to Massimo Marelli, Head of the Data Protection Office at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), to discuss the use of data by humanitarian organisations in light of the serious concerns around data left behind in the US's withdrawal from Afghanistan and the risks presented by humanitarian agencies' increasing collection and use of data. 

Links

Find out more about PI's work with and on humanitarian organisations uses of data here: https://privacyinternational.org/learn/humanitarian-sector

Read more about the Humanitarian Metadata Problem in our report on doing no harm in the digital age co-authored with the ICRC here: https://privacyinternational.org/report/2509/humanitarian-metadata-problem-doing-no-harm-digital-era 

And you can learn more about the history of development and humanitarian donors and agencies rush to adopt new technologies that threaten the right to privacy - in out Aiding Surveillance report from 2013: https://privacyinternational.org/report/841/aiding-surveillance

You can find more from Massimo and his work at the ICRC here: https://blogs.icrc.org/law-and-policy/contributor/massimo-marelli/

And you can read the ICRC's Handbook on data protection in humanitarian action here: https://www.icrc.org/en/data-protection-humanitarian-action-handbook

You can join the ICRC's 'Digitharium' - a global forum to discuss and debate digital transformation within the  humanitarian sector, with a focus on humanitarian protection, policy, ethics and action here: https://www.icrc.org/en/digitharium

You can sign up to learn more about working in data protection at humanitarian organisations here: https://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/events/data-protection-officer-dpo-humanitarian-action-certification 



Oct 29, 2021
Rebroadcast: Your mental health for sale?
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In honour of Mental Health Awareness Day in the UK we're bringing back this episode from last year.

We talk to Dr David Crepaz-Keay from the Mental Health Foundation to find out what happens to your data when you visit a mental health website? How can technology help people dealing with a mental health issue? And what can happen when things go wrong?

Find out more about the Mental Health Foundation here: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/

If you're worried about your mental health and want to try the NHS's mood self-assesment you can find it here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/mood-self-assessment/

Read our work on mental health here: https://privacyinternational.org/campaigns/your-mental-health-sale

Oct 15, 2021
Cargo planes, Trains, and Automobiles
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This week we take a look at travel during the pandemic - we chat to staff about where they've been, what it was like, and most importantly: how they got there. 

Oct 01, 2021
Summer Reading
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This week we come back from our break to chat to PI staff about what we've been reading or plan to read this summer.

Links

Lucie's recommedations
- A history of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russel
- John le Carré
- La Horde du Contrevent by Alan Damasio
- The Right to Choose by Gisèle Halimi

Clara's recommendations
- Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury
- Republic of Lies by Anna Merlan
- Tranny: Confessions of Punk Rock's Most Infamous Anarchist Sellout by Laura Jane Grace

Millie's recommendations - you might recognise Millie's voice from our Phone Extraction podcast
- Cack-Handed: A Memoir by Gina Yashere
- Man search for meaning by Viktor Frankl
- Emma Barnet (mention)
- Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart
- Do Humankind's Best Days Lie Ahead? by Malcom Gladwell, Matt Ridley, Steven Pinker, and Alain de Botton

Laura's recommendations
- Pachinko by Min Jin Lee
- On Earth we're Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong
- Bleak House by Charles Dickens
- A World for Julius by Alfredo Bryce


Sep 17, 2021
Evading facial recognition
2013

This week we’re talking to Andreea Belu - Campaigns and Communications Manager at EDRi - about evading facial recognition. We talk about our European Citizen's Iniative to ban facial recognition and how hard it is to guarantee that tools built to allow people to evade facial recognition will actually work. 

Links 

- You can find out more about the ECI here: pvcy.org/banbiometrics (If you're a European Citizen you can even sign it!) 

- You can find EDRi's masks (and their masks for MEP programme) here: https://edri.org/take-action/donate-mask/ and you can find out more about the project here: https://edri.org/our-work/can-a-covid-19-face-mask-protect-you-from-facial-recognition-technology-too/ 

- You can take the Paper Bag Society challenge on mosts social media platforms - check out the #PaperBagSociety hashtag to find out more 

- Watch this space (or sign up for our email at https://action.privacyinternational.org/) to find out more about how you can get a mask from PI

 - The podcast survey is here: pvcy.org/tpsurvey 

- You can find our Spotter's Guide to Facial Recognition here: https://privacyinternational.org/video/4489/spotters-guide-facial-recognition

Jul 25, 2021
Covid and tech: a view from India
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This week we speak to Pallavi Bedi, Senior Policy Officer at the Centre for Internet and Society in India, about the technology being used in India to co-ordinate vaccine distribution and the response to the pandemic.

Links

You can find the Co-win vaccination website here: https://www.cowin.gov.in/

You can support PI at pvcy.org/donate and you can find out more about the Centre for Internet and Society at https://cis-india.org/

CIS also have a podcast, it’s called In flux and you can find it on all your favourite podcast apps and at https://in-flux.cis-india.org/

Like and subscribe to the podcast on which ever platform you use. It’s also available on our website at privacyinternational.org

Jul 09, 2021
Covid: Where have we been? Where are we now?
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This week we discuss our experience of Covid so far, where we've been, where we are, and where we're going.

Links

- Locked down, our recommedations podcast: privacyinternational.org/video/3788/podcast-locked-down

- Schools and Covid: https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/3709/schools-and-covid-19

- Proctoring software and racism: https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/8/22374386/proctorio-racial-bias-issues-opencv-facial-detection-schools-tests-remote-learning

- Covid contact tracing apps: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/3792/covid-contact-tracing-apps-are-complicated-mess-what-you-need-know

 - Trump and airborne Covid: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/10/trump-says-everyone-knew-the-coronavirus-was-airborne-in-february-its-no-big-thing.html

- Shin Bet and communications data: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/3747/israels-coronavirus-surveillance-example-others-what-not-do

- Netenyahu, covid, and microchipping children: https://privacyinternational.org/examples/3915/israeli-prime-minister-proposes-microchipping-children-enforce-social-distancing

- Android, covid tracing, and the log: https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/27/22405425/android-google-contact-tracing-bug-privacy

- Google and pre-installed apps: https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/4118/our-response-google-privacy-isnt-luxury

- Vaccine passports: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4074/looming-disaster-immunity-passports-and-digital-identity

- Covid vaccine trial and vaccine passports: https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2021/06/07/left-in-limbo-barriers-to-covid-passports-for-trial-participants-will-deter-people-from-taking-part-in-research/


Jun 18, 2021
Biometrics domination under the pretext of combating terrorism
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Biometric data collection and use in the name of countering terrorism has been accelerating around the globe, often abusively, without being effectively regulated or subject to accountability mechanisms

This week we talk to Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights & Counter-Terrorism, Nina Dewi Toft Djanegara about biometrics in Afghanistan and Iraq, and Keren Weitzberg about uses in Somalia and Palestine.

Links

- Read more about uses in Iraq and Afghanistan - https://privacyinternational.org/report/4529/biometrics-and-counter-terrorism-case-study-iraq-and-afghanistan

- Read more about uses in Somalia - https://privacyinternational.org/report/4530/biometrics-and-counter-terrorism-case-study-somalia

- Read more about uses in Israel/Palenstine - https://privacyinternational.org/report/4527/biometrics-and-counter-terrorism-case-study-israelpalestine

Jun 04, 2021
The fight back with Edward Snowden
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This week we’re passing the podcast over to Edward Snowden. We found out this week that the judgement in our case at the European Court of Human Rights challenging the UK’s mass surveillance programme of bulk interception, and the UK’s access to information gathered via bulk surveillance by the USA is coming very soon - on the 25 May. 

It’s been a long road, starting at the UK’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal in 2013, but this case would have happened without Ed’s revelations, which revealed the extent of those surveillance programmes. Which is why (around a year ago now) we sat down with him to talk about this case, mass surveillance and what we can do to fight back.

Find out more about the case here: https://privacyinternational.org/legal-action/10-human-rights-organisations-v-united-kingdom

And support PI here: pvcy.org/donate

May 21, 2021
A eulogy to Yahoo Answers
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On Tuesday, we said goodbye to Yahoo Answers in the appropriate spirit - by answering questions from the Computers and Internet section of Yahoo.

Links 

- Listen to Love Letter and find more from Sepia on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/sepiamusicuk/love-letter (he's also on most other music platforms!)

- Find out more about Dark Patterns: https://www.darkpatterns.org/

- The Electronic Freedome Foundation on what comes after cookies: https://www.eff.org/issues/online-behavioral-tracking

- WHO on COVID vaccine safety: https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/coronavirus-disease-(covid-19)-vaccines-safety

- COVID and social change - our thoughts from earlier in the pandemic: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4074/looming-disaster-immunity-passports-and-digital-identity

- Our podcast on immunity passports: https://privacyinternational.org/video/4072/podcast-immunity-passports

- Workplace surveillance and Covid-19: https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/3757/unlocking-workplaces-virtually-locking-workers

- Resources on staying safe digitally from control and abuse: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/3366/womens-aid-and-privacy-international-launch-digital-information-cards-help-women

- Google's policy on "stalkerware": https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/4204/stalkerware-wont-disappear-notification

- Listen to the Voyager Golden Record on Nasa's soundcloud page 

         - Greetings to the Universe here: https://soundcloud.com/nasa/sets/golden-record-greetings-to-the

         - Sounds of Earth here: https://soundcloud.com/nasa/sets/golden-record-sounds-of

- Find out more about Ann Druyan's brain waves here: https://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2011/28apr_voyager2

- Find out more about Ann Druyan falling in love by listening to this RadioLab podcast: https://www.npr.org/2010/02/12/123534818/carl-sagan-and-ann-druyans-ultimate-mix-tape?t=1619644250998 

- Our work on pre-installed apps (and other issues with low-cost phones): https://privacyinternational.org/campaigns/privacy-shouldnt-be-luxury

- Our podcast on General Warrants: https://privacyinternational.org/video/4418/general-warrants-victory-uk-high-court-and-250-year-old-law

- Our survey: pvcy.org/tpsurvey

May 07, 2021
A spotter's guide to facial recognition
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This week we talk about the different kinds of facial recognition and which you might see where. We also chat about the Facebook leak of 553million records.

Remember: sign our ECI! pvcy.org/banbiometrics

And you can find our survey here: pvcy.org/tpsurvey

Links

Facebook Leak

- Facebook Leak: https://www.businessinsider.com/stolen-data-of-533-million-facebook-users-leaked-online-2021-4?r=US&IR=T

- Mark Zuckerburg on signal?: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/14595265/mark-zuckerberg-using-whatsapp-rival-signal/

- Irish DPA investigation: https://www.cnet.com/news/facebook-under-investigation-in-europe-over-massive-personal-data-leak-gdpr/

- EU implications of the Facebook leak: https://www.politico.eu/article/eu-leaders-facebook-data-leak-cybersecurity-didier-reynders/

- Facebook use of 2FA: https://www.forbes.com/sites/leemathews/2019/12/23/facebook-will-finally-stop-using-2fa-phone-numbers-to-suggest-friends/

- The second cache of phone numbers found by Motherboard: https://www.vice.com/en/article/qj8dj5/facebook-phone-number-data-breach-telegram-bot

Facial Recognition Links

* Proctorio and recognising black people'sfaces: https://www.vice.com/en/article/g5gxg3/proctorio-is-using-racist-algorithms-to-detect-faces

* Public order offence for avoiding facial recognition: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/facial-recognition-cameras-technology-london-trial-met-police-face-cover-man-fined-a8756936.html

* Kings cross facial recognition: https://sprivacyinternational.org/case-study/3973/kings-cross-has-been-watching-you-and-police-helped

* Function creep in a largely jewish community in Belgium [in Flemish] https://myprivacy.dpgmedia.be/consent?siteKey=6OfBU0sZ5RFXpOOK&callbackUrl=https%3a%2f%2fwww.demorgen.be%2fprivacy-wall%2faccept%3fredirectUri%3d%252fnieuws%252fcamera-s-in-antwerpse-joodse-wijk-controleren-bezoek-aan-synagoges-en-feestzalen%257eb5824508%252f%253freferrer%253dhttps%25253A%25252F%25252Ft.co%25252F

* Categorisation systems for telling if you're gay: https://www.theregister.com/2019/03/05/ai_gaydar/ 

Apr 16, 2021
Spring Cleaning (rebroadcast)
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This week we're rebroadcasting a coversation we had last year with PI's Tech Co-ordination Groups, bringing you tips and tricks about how to start cleaning up and securing your phone or computer. Please note - Whatsapp does now offer disappearing messages.

Episode notes 

Useful info

Tech pill survey: pvcy.org/tpsurvey

How to minimise targeted ads: privacyinternational.org/act/minimise-targeted-ads

Protect yourself from online tracking: privacyinternational.org/act/protect-yourself-online-tracking 

Social media account settings: privacyinternational.org/act/protect-yourself-social-media-monitoring 

Our Onion address: privacyintyqcroe.onion

Episode Info

6:06 - reasons to delete apps you’re not using

8:00 - 4 things you should do first

8:19 - Updates

9:41 - Password managers Keepass, 1password, Lastpass

13:22 - Has your data been breached? haveibeenpwned.com/

14:38 - Backups

20:47 - Apps

22:34 - Firewalls

Netguard - play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=eu.faircode.netguard&hl=en_GB 

Clamwin - clamwin.com 

30:27 - When is too old too old

32:54 - iPhone

Better Blocker - better.fyi 

38:09 - Android

42:11 - Social Media

42:11 Facebook/instagram

Facebook TOR address: facebookcorewwwi.onion 

Zynga hack: theguardian.com/games/2019/dec/19/170m-passwords-stolen-in-zynga-words-with-friends-hack-monitor-says 

47:02 - Twitter

MicahFlee - delete your tweets: micahflee.com/2019/06/semiphemeral-automatically-delete-your-old-tweets-except-for-the-ones-you-want-to-keep/ 

Social media monitoring by local authorities - privacyinternational.org/long-read/3586/when-local-authorities-arent-your-friends 

51:22 - Email

53:17 - Desktops

53:32 - Windows

CCleaner - ccleaner.com/

WinDirStat - windirstat.net/

57:24 - Mac OS

Little snitch - obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html

1:00:02 - Linux

Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) - linux.com/training-tutorials/introduction-uncomplicated-firewall-ufw/

Firewall D - firewalld.org/

1:03:22 Encryption

Veracrypt - veracrypt.fr/en/Introduction.html 

Bitlocker - support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028713/windows-10-turn-on-device-encryption

Apr 02, 2021
Big Brother pays your benefits: We read 995 pages on how to surveil people so you don't have to
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Content warning: this episode includes some disturbing stories of people  who have died after having their benefits cut or withdrawn by the UK  Department of Work and Pensions 

This week we're looking at the ways in which the UK Department of Work  and Pensions surveil benefit recipients.

Links 

You can find out more about the DWP's surveillance here: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4395/shedding-light-dwp-part-1-we-read-uk-welfare-agencys-995-page-guide-conducting  

You can find out more about the DWP's alogrithims here: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4397/shedding-light-dwp-part-2-long-days-journey-towards-transparency    

You can find out more about each of the cases of people who died after their benefits withdrawn below.

Errol Graham:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-51283186 

The 5,000: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/jan/16/people-died-benefits-error 

Jodey Whiting: https://www.disabilitynewsservice.com/jodey-whiting-dwp-continued-to-phone-woman-who-took-her-own-life-inquiry-finds/ 

Phillipa Day: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-55826996 

David Clapson: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/aug/03/victims-britains-harsh-welfare-sanctions

If you're having problems navigating the UK's benefits system Citizen's Advice is a good place to go for help and support: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/

Mar 19, 2021
What does your face say about you? Phrenology, physiognomy and society
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This week we're joined by Dr Courtney Thompson to discuss the history of phrenology and physiognomy and their relationship to modern technologies and culture. 

Links

- Find more of Dr Thompson's work and her book 'An Organ of Murder: Crime, Violence, and Phrenology in Nineteenth-Century America': history.msstate.edu/people/courtney-thompson/

- Or you can find her on twitter at: twitter.com/Dr_C_Thompson

- You can see the 'Good and Bad heads' picture in her article 'Rediscovering “Good” and “Bad” Heads in the Phrenological Present' here: nursingclio.org/2020/12/08/rediscovering-good-and-bad-heads-in-the-phrenological-present/

- Find out more about Physogs and Photofit in Courtney's article in Endeavour: sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0160932719300468?via%3Dihub

- You can listen to our podcast on Facial Recognition here: privacyinternational.org/video/4368/podcast-end-privacy-spread-facial-recognition

- And you can support Privacy International here: support.privacyinternational.org


Mar 05, 2021
Are you paranoid?
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We hear that we're paranoid a lot - but what is paranoia? What does it mean to be paranoid? And is it all bad? We spoke to Dr David Crepaz-Keay from the Mental Health Foundation to find out. 

Links

- Learn more about mental health at the mental health foundation's website: mentalhealth.org.uk/

- Learn more about PI's work at: privacyinternational.org

- You can listen to our first episode with David about tracking on mental health websites here: privacyinternational.org/video/4279/podcast-your-mental-health-sale

Feb 19, 2021
General warrants: Victory at the UK High Court and 250 year old law
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General warrants have been used to authorise wide-ranging property interference and certain forms of computer hacking of large numbers of devices - such as “all mobile phones used by a member of a criminal gang”, without specifying the names or locations of the members.

But no longer - the UK High Court has held that the security and intelligence services cannot rely on these warrants, referring back to cases from the 18th century. 

Find out more: https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/4359/victory-high-court-against-governments-use-general-warrants

Feb 05, 2021
Data exploitation in reproductive healthcare in Chile
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PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Paz Peña, an  independent consultant based in Chile, about data exploitation in sexual and reproductive healthcare in the country.

Jan 25, 2021
Trans identity in the Philippines
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We've recently released a report looking at the impact of ID systems on transgender people in Argentina, France and the Philippines. To celebrate we're re-releasing this podcast from our archive. It was recorded in 2018 when Eva met two transgender rights activists - Naomi Fontanos and AR Arcon to discuss what the right to privacy means to them and their fight against the government's plan to deploy an ID card system.

Our report in English: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4372/my-id-my-identity-impact-id-systems-transgender-people-argentina-france-and

Our report in Spanish: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4373/mi-dni-mi-identidad-el-impacto-de-los-sistemas-de-identificacion-sobre-las-personas

Jan 22, 2021
The end of privacy? The spread of facial recognition
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A year ago on Monday the New York Times published an article, by a fantastic tech journalist called Kashmir Hill, about a facial recognition company called Clearview AI called 'The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It' . 

This episode we talk to a range of experts and journalist about who are Clearview? What are they doing? Why is their business model so problematic? And is the problem Clearview specific? Or is systemic?

Links

The original article: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/18/technology/clearview-privacy-facial-recognition.html

Info on how to do your own Data Subject Access Request: https://privacyinternational.org/explainer/3845/71-tips-how-make-most-out-your-dsar 

And the template from the ICO: https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/your-right-to-get-copies-of-your-data/preparing-and-submitting-your-subject-access-request/

Find more from Ann Cavoukian: https://gpsbydesign.org/

Find out more about the ACLU's legal challenge in Illinois: https://www.aclu.org/press-releases/aclu-sues-clearview-ai

Find out more about Robert Julian-Borchack William's case: https://www.npr.org/2020/06/24/882683463/the-computer-got-it-wrong-how-facial-recognition-led-to-a-false-arrest-in-michig

Read more from Riccardo on facial recognition [italian]: https://www.vice.com/it/article/g5p83w/riconoscimento-facciale-in-italia 

Find out more about Pimeyes and Daniel's research at Netzpolitik: https://netzpolitik.org/2020/pimeyes-face-search-company-is-abolishing-our-anonymity/

Jan 15, 2021
2021: What can we expect?
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We give you the run down on the things we expect and are excited for and sometimes apprehensive of in 2021 and give you the lowdown on what's written in your stars for the coming year.

Links!

If you're worried about your devices and a controlling partner: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/3366/womens-aid-and-privacy-international-launch-digital-information-cards-help-women; you can also find out more at women's aid's website: https://www.womensaid.org.uk/cover-your-tracks-online/

Find out more about our court victory here: https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/4359/victory-high-court-against-governments-use-general-warrants

Dr David Crepaz-Keay from the Mental health Foundation: https://privacyinternational.org/video/4279/podcast-your-mental-health-sale

Tom and immunity passports: https://privacyinternational.org/video/4072/podcast-immunity-passports

Lucy and low cost tech: https://privacyinternational.org/video/3785/podcast-low-cost-tech

Lucy and marketing and maternity: https://privacyinternational.org/video/3787/podcast-marketing-and-maternity

Eva and smart cities: https://privacyinternational.org/video/4250/smart-whom-tale-smarter-cities


Jan 09, 2021
Data exploitation in reproductive healthcare in Kenya
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PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Nerima Were, who is the Program Manager on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights from  KELIN. The Kenya Legal & Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS  (KELIN) focuses on creating country-based networks that intersect law, ethics, human rights, and HIV.

Dec 28, 2020
EU Exporting Surveillance
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**Language advisory: Gus does several swearwords this episode including one f-word at 9:45

This week we talk to Edin, PI's Advocacy Director, about documents obtained by he spent a year working on obtaining, that detail how EU agencies ‘outsource’ border controls to neighbouring countries. From surveillance drones to cameras to wiretapping and more - the EU are providing technologies that will be used to crush political and civil freedoms and undermine democracy without urgent reforms.

Find out more: 

Dec 04, 2020
Data exploitation in reproductive healthcare in Peru
1450

PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Denisse Albornoz from Hiperderecho in Peru, which is Peruvian non-profit civil  association dedicated to research, facilitating public understanding and  promoting respect for rights and freedoms in digital environments.

Nov 23, 2020
Your mental health for sale?
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We talk to Dr David Crepaz-Keay from the Mental Health Foundation to find out what happens to your data when you visit a mental health website? How can technology help people dealing with a mental health issue? And what can happen when things go wrong?

Find out more about the Mental Health Foundation here: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/

If you're worried about your mental health and want to try the NHS's mood self-assesment you can find it here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/mood-self-assessment/

Read our work on mental health here: https://privacyinternational.org/campaigns/your-mental-health-sale

Nov 06, 2020
Medically inaccurate reproductive health information at pregnancy resource centres in the US
1596

PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Dr. Andrea Swartzendruber about crisis pregnancy centres in the US. 

Dr. Andrea  Swartzendruber is the principal investigator for the Pregnancy Resource  Center Evaluation at Emory University's Center for Reproductive Health  Research in the Southeast. She is an assistant professor in the  Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of  Georgia College of Public Health and an adjunct professor at Emory  University Rollins School of Public Health. She has recently published  and presented research findings on pregnancy resource centers (also  known as crisis pregnancy centers) and sexual and reproductive health  services for adolescents in Georgia.

Oct 26, 2020
Smart for Whom? A tale of smarter cities
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This week we talk to Dr Ellie Cosgrave - an Associate Professor at UCL, Dr Lakshmi Priya Rajendran - a Senior Research Fellow looking at future cities, and Dr Rob Kitchin - a Professor focussing on the relationship between technology, society, and space about what is a smart city? What do we want the cities of the future to look like? And what's the best way of making sure the future of our metropolitan public spaces is bright, not dystopian?

Find out more:

About PI's work on smart cities here: https://privacyinternational.org/learn/smart-cities

About Ellie's work here: https://www.urbaninnovationandpolicy.net/ellie-cosgrave

About Lakshmi's work here: https://aru.ac.uk/people/lakshmi-priya-rajendran

And Rob's work here: http://www.kitchin.org/


And you can support PI's work here: support.privacyinternational.org

Oct 23, 2020
Judgement Day
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The European Union's top court rules that UK, French and Belgian mass surveillance regimes must respect privacy. But what does that mean for government's data collection schemes? And what does it take to fight a legal battle lasting years?

Find out more on our website: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/4206/qa-eus-top-court-rules-uk-french-and-belgian-mass-surveillance-regimes-must-respect

And make sure we can keep taking these fights to court: support.privacyinternational.org

Oct 09, 2020
Data exploitation in reproductive rights in Indonesia
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PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Lintang Setianiti and Miftah Fadhli from the Institute for Policy  Research and Advocacy (ELSAM) in Indonesia about reproductive rights in  the country.

Sep 21, 2020
Data exploitation in reproductive healthcare in Argentina
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PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Maite Karstanje  and Nadia Ferrari from Equipo Latinoamericano de Justicia y Género  (ELA) in Argentina, which works with Latin American feminist  institutions to promote and defend human rights and gender justice in  the region, about reproductive rights in the country.

Aug 24, 2020
How misleading health info can spread from online discussions to policy and legislative debates
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PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Dr. Subasri Narasimhan and Dr. Dabney Evans from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in the US about their paper which documents how  misleading health information about reproductive health can flow into  policy and legislative debates. 

Jul 27, 2020
Immunity Passports
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This week we talk to a whole host of guests, including María Paz Canales Executive Director of Derechos Digitales, about the issues with coronavirus immunity passports and whether the digital ID industry is capable of rising to the moment.

Jul 24, 2020
Spring Cleaning
3873

This week we talk to PI's Tech Co-ordination Groups to bring you tips and tricks about how to start cleaning up and securing your phone or computer.

Episode notes

Useful info

How to minimise targeted ads: privacyinternational.org/act/minimise-targeted-ads

Protect yourself from online tracking: privacyinternational.org/act/protect-yourself-online-tracking 

Social media account settings: privacyinternational.org/act/protect-yourself-social-media-monitoring 

Our Onion address: privacyintyqcroe.onion 

Episode Info

3:24 - reasons to delete apps you’re not using 

6:18 - 4 things you should do first

6:37 - Updates 

7:59 - Password managers Keepass, 1password, Lastpass

11:40 - Has your data been breached? haveibeenpwned.com/

12:56 - Backups 

19:05 - Apps

20:52 - Firewalls 

Netguard - play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=eu.faircode.netguard&hl=en_GB 

Clamwin - clamwin.com 

28:45 - When is too old too old 

31:12 - iPhone 

Better Blocker - better.fyi 

36:27 - Android 

40:29 - Social Media 

40:29 Facebook/instagram 

Facebook TOR address: facebookcorewwwi.onion 

Zynga hack: theguardian.com/games/2019/dec/19/170m-passwords-stolen-in-zynga-words-with-friends-hack-monitor-says 

45:20 - Twitter 

MicahFlee - delete your tweets: micahflee.com/2019/06/semiphemeral-automatically-delete-your-old-tweets-except-for-the-ones-you-want-to-keep/ 

Social media monitoring by local authorities - privacyinternational.org/long-read/3586/when-local-authorities-arent-your-friends 

49:40 - Email 

51:35 - Desktops 

51:50 - Windows 

CCleaner - ccleaner.com/ 

WinDirStat - windirstat.net/ 

55:42 - Mac OS 

Little snitch - obdev.at/products/littlesnitch/index.html 

58:20 - Linux 

Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) - linux.com/training-tutorials/introduction-uncomplicated-firewall-ufw/ 

Firewall D - firewalld.org/

1:01:40 Encryption 

Veracrypt - veracrypt.fr/en/Introduction.html 

Bitlocker - support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4028713/windows-10-turn-on-device-encryption  

Jul 10, 2020
Google/Fitbit merger? Not on our watch
1648

Why do Google want to buy Fitbit? What do they get out of it? And why should competition regulators be concerned?

Gus talks to two of PI's lawyers - Ailidh and Ioannis - to ask why we're telling the EU commission to block the merger.

Find out more and sign the petition at: pvcy.org/notwatch

Music: Last Chance Saloon by Sepia

Jun 26, 2020
How opposition groups are using misinformation to delay people from accessing safe abortion care
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PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Ruth Taylor, the CEO of the UK-based charity Abortion Support Network about how  opposition groups are using misinformation to delay people from  accessing safe abortion care. 

Jun 22, 2020
The trouble with Identity in Kenya
2372

From double registration to exclusion and discrimination - this week we talk to Yusuf Bashir, Executive Director of Haki na Sheria, and Keren Weitzberg, an academic from UCL, about the trouble with Identity in Kenya. 

You can find out more about Haki na Sheria here: http://hakinasheria.org/

Find out more about double registration in Keren's piece "In Kenya, thousands left in limbo without ID cards" in CodaStory: https://www.codastory.com/authoritarian-tech/kenya-biometrics-double-registration/

Find out more about the Huduma Namba case on our website: https://privacyinternational.org/news-analysis/3350/why-huduma-namba-ruling-matters-future-digital-id-and-not-just-kenya


Jun 12, 2020
Protest surveillance: before, during, and after
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With huge numbers of people out on the streets standing up for their rights in the US and Hong Kong, and around the world - we take a look at  the surveillance tools police and security forces round the world have been using to monitor people as they exercise their civil rights.

Given everything that's happening at the moment around the world, we've decided to postpone our episode on ID in Kenya until next week.

Some of the resources we mentioned in the episode can be found here:

ACLU: know your rights: https://www.aclu.org/know-your-rights/protesters-rights/

EFF Attending a protest tool: https://ssd.eff.org/en/module/attending-protest

Netpol - know your rights: https://netpol.org/know-your-rights/

Motherboard: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/d3devm/motherboard-guide-to-not-getting-hacked-online-safety-guide

Jun 05, 2020
Is there an app for Covid-19?
1272

A quick catch-up on the state of play of apps round the world - though we end up mostly discussing India and the UK - and we celebrate a very special birthday.

You can find a much deeper and more detailed look at the various questions and concerns around coronavirus apps on our website: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/3792/covid-contact-tracing-apps-are-complicated-mess-what-you-need-know and all the latest news in our tracker https://privacyinternational.org/examples/tracking-global-response-covid-19

May 22, 2020
Covid-19 news
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This week Gus chats with Edin, PI's Advocacy Director, about the latest Covid-19 news and the trends we're seeing around the world. 

Find out more about coronavirus apps around the world: https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/3675/theres-app-coronavirus-apps and keep an eye on the global responses: https://privacyinternational.org/examples/tracking-global-response-covid-19

Music by Glass boy - licensed under creative commons
Find more from them here: https://glassboy.bandcamp.com/album/enjoy

May 08, 2020
Reproductive rights and privacy in India
2555

PI's Reproductive Rights and Privacy Project speaks with Tasneem Mewa and Ambika Tandon from the Center for Internet and Society about data  exploitation in reproductive rights in India.

May 04, 2020
Announcement: New mini-series
63

We're happy to announce, we're launching a new mini-series! 

Every last monday of each month we'll be releasing a new podcast - focusing on reproductive rights and privacy across the world, from Indonesia to  Chile to Kenya and more.

Apr 27, 2020
Covid-19: the global response
2728

Tech companies, governments, and international agencies have all announced measures to help contain the spread of the COVID-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. Unprecedented levels of surveillance, data exploitation, and misinformation are being tested across the world.

Many of those measures are based on extraordinary powers, only to be used temporarily in emergencies. Others use exemptions in data protection laws to share data. Some may be effective and based on advice from epidemiologists, others will not be.

But all of them must be temporary, necessary, and proportionate.

Tracking the global response to Covid-19: https://privacyinternational.org/examples/tracking-global-response-covid-19

Fighting the global Covid-19 power grab: https://privacyinternational.org/campaigns/fighting-global-covid-19-power-grab


Apr 24, 2020
Locked down
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This week: it's a weird one - rather than our normal look at technology, we've got recommendations for movies and games you might enjoy while you're locked down. 

Music by Simon Mathewson, you can find more from him here: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Simon_Mathewson 

Recommendations include:

  • Sorry to Bother You
  • Legally Blonde
  • S-Club Seeing Double
  • Snowpiercer 
  • Broforce
  • Ultimate Chicken Horse
  • Hidden in plain site
  • Don't starve
Apr 10, 2020
Marketing and Maternity
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Recorded 12th March. 

We can’t believe we’re having to say this, but the hours after giving  birth are private. If you’re a parent, you may have heard of Bounty, a  sales and marketing company allowed access to hospital maternity wards and approach women who have just given birth. This doesn’t happen on any other hospital ward. Can you imagine coming round from major surgery to find a stranger trying to sell you stuff? The physical invasion of  privacy is bad enough, but delving into the company’s relationship with you and your baby’s personal data reveals some surprises.

Mar 27, 2020
Phone Extraction
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You’re a witness or a victim or a suspect of a crime; or even just travelling going on holiday. Officials demand your phone, then disappear with it. What happened to your phone? What happened to your data? What will happen to you?

We all generate vast amounts of data using our mobile phones - more than most of us are aware of - and that data has become increasingly attractive to law enforcement agencies around the world, enabled by ‘extraction technologies’ supplied by companies like Cellebrite. But what can those agencies see, and what does that mean for us?

Find out more: https://privacyinternational.org/campaigns/police-unlocking-your-data-cloud

Music: Last chance saloon by Sepia

Photo by Antoine Beauvillain on Unsplash

Mar 10, 2020
Low Cost Tech
768

Find out why 53 organisations from all over the world  are telling Google it's time they take action on pre-installed apps  (bloatware).

Sign the petition: pvcy.org/soundcloudpet

Music by Glass Boy, find more of their work here: glassboy.bandcamp.com/album/enjoy
(creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/3.0/)

Feb 10, 2020