Nov 09, 2015 · A surveillance bill the United Kingdom government presented to parliament on November 4, 2015, would enshrine the UK’s already overly broad surveillance practices in law and expand the

Prior to this, last October, Twitter suspended data access for Geofeedia, a location-based, social media surveillance system used by government offices, private security firms, marketers and others. TechCrunch understands discussions are ongoing between the UK government and Twitter to try to resolve the issue. Oct 15, 2019 · Comparitech has assessed privacy protection and the state of surveillance in 47 countries to see where governments are failing to protect privacy and/or are creating surveillance states. To do this we looked at a number of categories, from the use of biometrics and CCTV to data sharing and retention laws. Jul 31, 2017 · Indeed, the government has repeatedly sought to prevent our public courts from examining the constitutionality of these spying programs. In the wake of 9/11, our government irresponsibly expanded our surveillance authorities, ignoring the extent to which they infringed on our constitutional rights. May 14, 2020 · Proposal seeks to create oversight of government surveillance and tech in Utah (Alexander Zemlianichenko | AP file photo) In this Feb. 22, 2020, file photo, two surveillance cameras are seen in a To our knowledge, this is the first nationwide, cross-specialty surveillance study of acute neurological and psychiatric complications of COVID-19. Altered mental status was the second most common presentation, comprising encephalopathy or encephalitis and primary psychiatric diagnoses, often occurring in younger patients. This study provides valuable and timely data that are urgently needed The Government reasons that the need for intercepting encrypted communications between criminals requires law enforcement authorities to be guaranteed the freedom of obtaining data – as part of the wider internet surveillance legislation – even through hacking. In for a penny, in for a pound. The UK yesterday revealed US surveillance company Palantir had secured a £1 million contract renewal to continue its work on the country’s COVID-19 data

Sep 13, 2018 · In 2016, Parliament passed the Investigatory Powers Act in a massive overhaul of surveillance law. A government spokeswoman said it would give "careful consideration" to the judgement - but added

The UK government is basically planning to extend existing mass surveillance of all residents of the UK. We're not talking targeted, effective surveillance of people who are suspected of wrongdoing - we're talking blanket surveillance of each of us. We will all be guilty until proven innocent. FOR Government Surveillance: AGAINST Government Surveillance: 1. WE NEED TO BE KEPT SAFE. We should not be naïve: the world is not a safe place. Terrorist organisations such as the so-called Islamic State aim to cause massive loss of life, and they’re not restrained by ethical or moral considerations.

May 28, 2020 · The House of Representatives on Thursday dropped consideration of legislation that would have extended U.S. surveillance tools, after President Donald Trump threatened a veto and his fellow

Oct 15, 2019 · Comparitech has assessed privacy protection and the state of surveillance in 47 countries to see where governments are failing to protect privacy and/or are creating surveillance states. To do this we looked at a number of categories, from the use of biometrics and CCTV to data sharing and retention laws. Jul 31, 2017 · Indeed, the government has repeatedly sought to prevent our public courts from examining the constitutionality of these spying programs. In the wake of 9/11, our government irresponsibly expanded our surveillance authorities, ignoring the extent to which they infringed on our constitutional rights. May 14, 2020 · Proposal seeks to create oversight of government surveillance and tech in Utah (Alexander Zemlianichenko | AP file photo) In this Feb. 22, 2020, file photo, two surveillance cameras are seen in a To our knowledge, this is the first nationwide, cross-specialty surveillance study of acute neurological and psychiatric complications of COVID-19. Altered mental status was the second most common presentation, comprising encephalopathy or encephalitis and primary psychiatric diagnoses, often occurring in younger patients. This study provides valuable and timely data that are urgently needed The Government reasons that the need for intercepting encrypted communications between criminals requires law enforcement authorities to be guaranteed the freedom of obtaining data – as part of the wider internet surveillance legislation – even through hacking. In for a penny, in for a pound. The UK yesterday revealed US surveillance company Palantir had secured a £1 million contract renewal to continue its work on the country’s COVID-19 data