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InternetLab’s Report Sets Direction for Telecom Privacy in Brazil

InternetLab’s Report Sets Direction for Telecom Privacy in Brazil

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItIn contrast to 2016, there has been a significant advance in the content and form of privacy and data protection policies. They are now complete and accessible. However, information on data deletion is often missing, and changes in their privacy policies are rarely proactively reported. While Claro and TIM send messages to their users about their privacy policy changes, Oi only tells users that any change will be available on their website. Far behind is Vivo, which reserves the right to change its policy at any...

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Katitza Rodriguez
Nov 16
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Turkey Doubles Down on Violations of Digital Privacy and Free Expression

Turkey Doubles Down on Violations of Digital Privacy and Free Expression

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItForced Appointment of Turkish Representatives or Face Hefty FinesForced Data LocalizationWide-ranging Privacy Rules, with No Balancing For Free ExpressionDe-indexing Contested Search Results for Violation of Personal RightsContent Removal and Blocking for Violation of Personal RightsAccess Blocking for Violation of the Right to Private LifeContent Removal and Blocking under International Human Rights StandardsPress Freedom Crisis in Turkey and Podcasts as Alternative ChannelsTech Platforms Must Respect Human...

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Katitza Rodriguez
Nov 4
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Latin American Governments Must Commit to Surveillance Transparency

Latin American Governments Must Commit to Surveillance Transparency

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItHigh Tech Spying in Latam, Past and PresentPolicy RecommendationsStates should publish transparency reports of law enforcement demands to access customers’ information.Companies should publish detailed statistical transparency reports regarding all government access to their customers’ data.Companies should publish guidelines for government agencies seeking users’ data.   Secret laws—about government access to data or anything else—are unacceptable. Service providers should notify all their customers, wherever they...

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Oct 16
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Augmented Reality Must Have Augmented Privacy

Augmented Reality Must Have Augmented Privacy

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItImagine walking down the street, looking for a good cup of coffee. In the distance, a storefront glows in green through your smart glasses, indicating a well-reviewed cafe with a sterling public health score. You follow the holographic arrows to the crosswalk, as your wearables silently signal the self-driving cars to be sure they stop for your right of way. In the crowd ahead you recognize someone, but can’t quite place them. A query and response later, “Cameron” pops above their head, along with the context...

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Katitza Rodriguez
Oct 16
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A Look-Back and Ahead on Data Protection in Latin America and Spain

A Look-Back and Ahead on Data Protection in Latin America and Spain

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItNew GDPR-Inspired Data Protection LawsDefinition of Personal Data Anonymized data in Brazil, Panama, and Barbados falls outside the scope of the law. There are also variations in how these countries define anonymized data.Panama defines it as data that cannot be re-identified by reasonable means. However, the law doesn't set explicit parameters to guide this assessment. Brazil’s law makes it clear that anonymized data will be considered personal data if the anonymization process is reversed using exclusively the...

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Veridiana Alimonti
Sep 21
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Workplace Surveillance in Times of Corona

Workplace Surveillance in Times of Corona

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItShare It’s second (Who Defends Your Data?) report on data privacy practices in Spain shows how Spain’s leading Internet and mobile app providers are making progress in being clear about how users' personal data is being protected. Providers are disclosing what information is being...Since this COVID-19 crisis began people have looked to technology to assist in contact tracing and notification. Technology will never be a silver bullet to solve a deeply human crisis, even if it. No app will work absent widespread...

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Katitza Rodriguez
Sep 11
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FAQ: Why Brazil’s Plan to Mandate Traceability in Private Messaging Apps Will Break User’s Expectation of Privacy and Security

FAQ: Why Brazil’s Plan to Mandate Traceability in Private Messaging Apps Will Break User’s Expectation of Privacy and Security

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItBelow, we will take a deep dive into a series of questions and answers to explain why the current language of two critical issues of the Senate’s bill would undermine human rights:PROBLEM I: A tech mandate to force private messaging servers to track “massively forwarded” messages sent to groups or lists keep massive amounts of metadata about all users’ communications, or else to break encryption in order to get access to the payload of an encrypted messageWhen does access to the traceability records occur?How does...

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Katitza Rodriguez
Aug 5
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5 Serious Flaws in the New Brazilian “Fake News” Bill that Will Undermine Human Rights

5 Serious Flaws in the New Brazilian “Fake News” Bill that Will Undermine Human Rights

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItThis sprawling bill is moving quickly, and it comes at a very bad time. Right now, secure communication technologies are more important than ever to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, to collaborate and work securely, and to protest or organize online. It’s also really important for people to be able to have private conversations, including private political conversations. There are many things wrong with this bill, far more than we could fit into one article. For now, we’ll do a deep dive into five serious flaws in...

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Katitza Rodriguez
Jun 29
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International Proposals for Warrantless Location Surveillance To Fight COVID-19

International Proposals for Warrantless Location Surveillance To Fight COVID-19

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItIndividualized Location Tracking Israel,South AfricaPolandSlovakiaCroatia’sBulgaria,Peruegularly Peru has declared a state of emergency in conflict rural areas   to defend their land, the environment, and their rights.  South KoreaEcuador,"While we recognize the severity of the current health crisis and acknowledge that the use of emergency powers is allowed by international law in response to significant threats, we urgently remind States that any emergency responses to the coronavirus must be proportionate,...

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Katitza Rodriguez
May 21
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