RT from Jim Killock (@jimkillock)

I beg to differ. Yes, it is slashing standards, very clearly, on strength of the section at least.

Be worried.


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RT from Jim Killock (@jimkillock)

In a meeting today, Elizabeth Denham from @ICOnews assured me that she was “relaxed” about the UK keeping “high data protection standards”.

The Government have today appointed IDS @MPIainDS, Theresa Villiers MP and @GeorgeFreemanMP to front the axing.


📣 We're looking for a Board Member to join our impressive Board of Directors.

Our Board plays a key leadership role in offering advice and supporting our small team in defending our civil liberties in the digital age.


We'd like to welcome our newest corporate supporter @juplichristmas. Thank you for supporting Open Rights Group's work to protect digital privacy and free expression online!

📣 ICYMI: Priti Patel wants to silence conversations she doesn't want you to hear.

In this blog our very own @WebDevLaw & @sahdyadarr set out how an increasingly authoritarian Government are planning to do that in the upcoming ⬇️


We call on MPs to ensure that must not be undermined in the , that services using it are left out of the Bill's content monitoring & filtering requirements, and that the Home Office explain how it intends to keep people safe online by criminalising security.

⚡ BREAKING: ORG joins over 30 UK and global organisations, across digital and human rights, in calling for MPs to safeguard end-to-end encryption from legislative threats.

Read our blog and the open letter ⬇️


is a fundamental security protocol which protects our personal, professional, financial, and educational data from misuse. But ahead of the , government disinformation has openly sought to associate with child abuse and exploitation.

RT from Migrants' Rights Network (@migrants_rights)

🚨 Upcoming event alert! 🚨 @OpenRightsGroup will be giving us a deep-dive into digital rights and its impact on migrants especially so you can .

Details and registration here: eventbrite.co.uk/e/know-your-r

RT from Cristina Caffarra (@Caffar3Cristina)

Finally from ⁦@doctorow⁩ a full counter (& from a US-based voice) to the propaganda that is bad law as it justifies data-founded monopolies denying to data & resisting 1/ eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/gdpr

RT from EDRi (@edri)

Join @edri's President Anna Fielder to discuss EU-US common interests and divergences, a transatlantic digital trade deal, as well as tensions between the privacy rights of people in EU and US national security policy.

📅15 June
🕔13:55-14:40 CEST


RT from Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw)

Short notice (soz!) but please join us at 4 PM tomorrow for a talk on the at the application/service layers. I guarantee you that the people who drafted the Bill have no idea what that means. Hence the webinar.


RT from Jim Killock (@jimkillock)

In a matter of days, @pritipatel has demanded social media ban:

(1) Evidence of migrants using dangerous means to come to the UK

(2) Evidence of Police abuses and violence

In a matter of months, she will gain powers to put her thoughts into practice, via the

📣 NEW: TODAY's essential reading on authored by our very own @WebDevLaw and @sahdyadarr.

Read this blog if you want to know how an increasingly authoritarian Government is planning to silence conversations they don’t want you to hear.


NHS Digital will transfer sensitive medical histories of over 50 million GP-registered patients in England to a database accessible by commercial third parties. You’ve only got until 23 June to opt-out.

Protect yourself by opting-out of now: medconfidential.org/how-to-opt

Our Executive Director @jimkillock in an interview with @talkRADIO's @iancollinsuk on & why we recommend people to opt-out.

This fits within a wider pattern of Government rolling back protections on behalf of commercial interests.

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Our very own @sahdyadarr will be speaking about the profiling of migrants and unlawful data-sharing between the Home Office and other government departments at this event organised by APPG Race and Community.

🗓️ Thursday 10th June at 11am.


RT from Heather Burns (@WebDevLaw)

When I wrote last week about the 's provisions which will allow government to order Ofcom to alter the rules on subjective legal content moderation, for explicitly political purposes, and enforce them, I wasn't expecting government to start before it becomes law.


“The treatment of immigrants as criminals and suspects is simply wrong. The suffering of the Windrush generation shows that Home Office use of data is poor.” - ORG’s Immigration Policy Manager ⁦⁦@sahdyadarr⁩.

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