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Chinmayi Arun
Fellow of . Used to teach law in India. Founded and was its Director for 5 years. Tweets are personal. (My sunny side is on Instagram)
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Charlie Beckett 14h
“The problem is a Silicon Valley culture that celebrates the technical over the social.” I find it ironic that tech people are super clever and genuinely value academic excellence and yet routinely ignore existing academic expertise.
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Nalaka Gunawardene 10h
Replying to @LIRNEasia @yudhanjaya
."'cybersecurity' needs to be much more broadly conceptualized, and it must apply to what individuals can & should do to stay safe, and what recourse they have to seek damages when their security is violated at individual level..." -
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AK Martin 6h
"Exports from the US to Huawei of any type of equipment or technology is prohibited. But the regulations don’t prohibit shipments to Huawei of components made in foreign countries, as long as they don’t contain more than 25% of US-originated material..."
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Ann Cathrin Riedel Jun 26
"Rebecca MacKinnon ... has warned that internet freedom is threatened not only by authoritarians “but also by Western companies and democratically elected politicians who do not understand the global impact of their actions.” great piece by !
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Kendra Albert 16h
"Fitting nonbinary people into existing law will not eliminate the discrimination that nonbinary people face because it will not eliminate the gender binary. "
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David Kaye Jun 25
the private industry, and the use of its spyware to interfere with human rights, cannot be the free-for-all it is today. without safeguards and standards, i call for a moratorium on transfer & use.
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Yuan Yang Jun 25
China's "surveillance and safety industry doubled sales from 235 billion in 2010 to 490 billion yuan ($70 billion) in 2015. Sales of Chinese surveillance products are forecast to rise strongly again, to 800 billion yuan by 2020"
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Lilian Edwards Jun 25
Fantastically clear explainer on Libra : “Can’t wait for a cryptocurrency with the ethics of Uber, the censorship resistance of Paypal, and the centralization of Visa, all tied together under the proven privacy of Facebook.”
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cryptohgraphy Jun 25
🚨 Cool job alert! 🚨 Are you passionate about the future of freedom of expression and privacy online? How would you hold states and companies accountable to digital rights standards? Come help us expand our digital rights work at ! Apply here:
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Tiffany C. Li Jun 25
Just found out my talk was accepted at ! Here’s the title: “Stop Facebook From Buying Your Brain: Facial Recognition, DNA, and Biometric Privacy”
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Chinmayi Arun Jun 25
Couldn't agree more! Congratulations . Thrilled to see this.
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David Kaye Jun 24
in which & his colleagues discuss new reports from me and --> "The Dangerous Effects of Unregulated Commercial "
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Haley Duschinski Jun 25
: A Permanent State of Emergency / UN Human Rights Council / This Friday June 28 at 1pm ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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april glaser Jun 24
There's always been too much footage from surveillance cameras for humans to watch. So now computers are watching instead––creating new categories of surveillance my latest
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Priya Pillai Jun 25
If you’ve not managed to read the report of on the case, I’ve put together a few of the significant points made in the report.
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Amnesty UN Office Jun 25
At ? Join us this Thursday for a side event on the surveillance industry and human rights with [Room IX | 13h30-15h00 | 27 June 2019]
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John H Knox Jun 25
Philip on human rights and poverty, reports on climate change this Friday to the Human Rights Council. He calls it like it is: the wealthy have caused the climate catastrophe but the poor suffer the consequences. Human rights are at grave risk
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David Kaye Jun 25
Replying to @davidakaye
join this event if you’re in Geneva this week
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David Kaye Jun 25
Replying to @davidakaye
from last week RE Agnes’ report
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Marcelo Thompson Jun 24
Still don't know what to think of 's new feature of adding groups nearby—except that the 'removed users' icon does not exactly strike me as the most sensible choice. Speaking from a Hong Kong context, in Hong Kong time.
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