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New Law Could Give U.K. Unconstitutional Access to Americans’ Personal Data, Human Rights Groups Warn - 27 novembre 2018
Nine human rights and civil liberties organizations sent a letter to the U.S. Justice Department today objecting to a potential agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom that would give British law enforcement broad access to data held by U.S. technology companies. The possible agreement stems (...)

World’s Leading Human Rights Groups Tell Google to Cancel Its China Censorship Plan - 28 août 2018
Leading human rights groups are calling on Google to cancel its plan to launch a censored version of its search engine in China, which they said would violate the freedom of expression and privacy rights of millions of internet users in the country. A coalition of 14 organizations — including Amnesty (...)

Google Censorship Plan Is “Not Right” and “Stupid,” Says Former Google Head of Free Expression - 10 août 2018
Google’s former head of free expression issues in Asia has slammed the internet’s giant’s plan to launch a censored search engine in China, calling it a “stupid move” that would violate widely–held human rights principles. As The Intercept first reported last week, Google has been quietly developing a search platform (...)

Union européenne. Des États font pression pour obtenir un assouplissement des règles sur l’exportation d’équipements de surveillance vers des pays portant atteinte aux droits humains - 12 juin 2018
Neuf États membres de l’Union européenne (UE) tentent de bloquer les mesures visant à limiter les exportations d’équipements de surveillance vers les régimes répressifs, cette initiative rétrograde représentant une menace pour les droits humains à travers le monde, ont déclaré le 11 juin Access Now, Amnesty International, (...)