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Privacy International May 18
Tech companies are trying to redefine privacy - what's missing is real competition on privacy
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Privacy International May 17
Lea esta impresionante y acabada exploración del impacto que tienen las propuestas de historia clínica electrónica en la administración pública y la salud de las personas en Colombia 👉
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Fundación Karisma May 17
Presentamos ‘Otras historias’… En esta sala digital 5 autores le explicarán las repercusiones, en sus derechos, con la posible implementación de la Historia Clínica Electrónica (HCE) en Colombia. Sin turno, pase y entérese. Apoyo
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Leandro Ucciferri May 17
Este es justamente uno de los problemas que venimos alertando desde para estas tecnologías hace años. Sabíamos que iba a pasar? Si. Sabían nuestros funcionarios que iba a pasar? 🙄🥴
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Privacy International May 17
Nuestros amigos de en Perú comenzaron una serie de interesantes artículos, denominada "Seguridad es Privacidad" sobre la evolución de reformas legales que han ido debilitando el derecho a la privacidad. Pueden encontrarla por acá 👉
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Derechos Digitales May 17
En internet nuestra información habita las plataformas digitales como nuestros cuerpos habitan nuestro entorno. En este texto y reflexionan en torno al uso de nuestros datos y el consentimiento, desde
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Hiperderecho May 17
Pasen por nuestro blog para leer nuestra nueva serie , esta semana hablamos del famoso "Sonría lo estamos filmando" de la videovigilancia urbana:
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Fundación Datos Protegidos May 17
En el y , compartimos nuestro informe sobre violencia de género en Internet en Chile. Por todos los espacios libres de violencia de género 🙌 Amigx (link: )
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Privacy International May 17
Push this button for evidence Our take on "Cellebrite can remotely access their devices located in UK police stations and thus access tools which are connected to the phones of victims, witnesses and suspects."
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Privacy International May 17
Push this button for evidence Our take on "Heavy reliance on easy to use tools which grab data off a phone dumbs down digital forensics and could undermine the successful examination of mobile phones."
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @privacyint
PI and our partners work to scrutinise such practices, ensure there are strong protections in place and hold them to account.
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @privacyint
Archimedes Group is yet another example for how companies are using countries with low protections as testing ground for worst practices. PI's work on Texan Harris Media in Kenya for example
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @Info_Activism
have been compiling a list of such companies
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @privacyint
There is an entire hidden ecosystem of companies harvesting and sharing personal data - increasingly also to target and interfere with democracy &
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @privacyint
FB reports the company focussed on Sub-Saharan Africa, with some in Latin America and South East Asia, their website shows 3 images, "Africa", "Latin America", with a Venezuelan image in the background and "Carribean" with a vote of a ballot box.
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @privacyint
Until yesterday, their website stated the following
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @privacyint
...and published allegedly leaked information about politicians. The Page administrators and account owners frequently posted about political news, including topics like elections in various countries, candidate views and criticism of political opponents."
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Privacy International May 17
Replying to @privacyint
According to FB "The people behind this network used fake accounts to run Pages, disseminate their content and artificially increase engagement. They also represented themselves as locals, including local news organizations...
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Privacy International May 17
Yesterday Facebook announced that it removed 265 Facebook and Instagram accounts, Facebook Pages, Groups and events involved in "coordinated inauthentic behaviour" linked to Israeli company Archimedes Group &
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Antonella Napolitano May 16
[Bonus] What needs to be done: at we have some ideas: Let's talk about it at - see you there!
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