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Privacy Camp: civil society warm-up for the CPDP

16 January, 2013
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22 January 2013 in Brussels

The Privacy Camp is an event in Brussels on privacy and data protection challenges and possibilities in Europe, launched by European Digital Rights (EDRi), the Law, Science, Technology and Society research group at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB-LSTS) and the Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL).

This event is a free-to-attend pre-conference of the Computers, Privacy & Data Protection, on 23, 24, 25 January 2013.

Where?
Facultes universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL)
Rue du Marais 119
1000 Brussels

When?
22 January 2013. The event starts at 11:00 and finishes at 18:00.

PrivacyCamp.eu - UnConference on Privacy and Data Protection

22 December, 2011
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24 January 2012

What?

The Privacy-Camp.eu is an event in Brussels on privacy and data protection challenges and possibilities in Europe, launched by European Digital Rights (EDRi), the Law, Science, Technology and Society research group at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB-LSTS) and the Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL).

This event is a free-to-attend pre-conference of
Computers, Privacy & Data Protection, 25 26 27 January 2012.

Where?
Facultes universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL)
Rue du Marais 119
1000 Brussels

When?
24 January 2012. The event starts at 10:00 and finishes at 17:30.

Stop(ped) ACTA!

15 November, 2011
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On 4 July, the European Parliament has rejected ACTA with an overwhelming majority (478 against, 39 in favour, 165 abstentions).

If you want to see who voted what you can either have a look here on Votewatch or all the details per groups and countries on here. Our first reaction to the vote is here.

Booklet: Why you should care about ACTA

14 November, 2011
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The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is a plurilateral agreement which proposes international standards for enforcement of intellectual property rights. The Agreement, negotiated by a handful of countries1 in coordination with certain parts of industry, is controversial in both process and substance. If ratified, it will have major implications for freedom of expression, access to culture and privacy, it will harm international trade and stifle innovation.

The European Parliament now has to take responsibility and vote “no” on ACTA in the upcoming “consent” procedure. The ratification process of ACTA is also starting on a national level in the various Member States.

Internet blocking booklet

27 September, 2010
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European Digital Rights has published a booklet aimed at informing EU officials and parliamentarians about the many complex issues surrounding the issue of Internet blocking.

This is part of EDRi's ongoing work in order to persuade the EU institutions not to introduce web blocking as part of the upcoming Directive on Child Exploitation.

The booklet is available in English and it was translated in:
- German (thanks Unwatched.org)
- Czech (thanks Michael Klánský)
- Romanian (thanks Matei-Eugen Vasile)

FAQ 2.0 on SWIFT Agreement

7 July, 2010
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Frequently Asked Questions on the

Terrorist Finance Tracking Program / "SWIFT” Agreement

European Digital Rights has prepared a "frequently asked questions" document to explain the changes between the SWIFT agreement previously rejected by the European Parliament and the current text under discussion.

Comic Book - Under Surveillance

17 May, 2010
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The comic book "Under surveillance" is an information and awareness tool for young adults created in the European project "Sensitization and information of young European citizens on the protection of their personal data", where EDRi was one of the partners.

The project is coordinated by the French League of Human Rights (LDH), in partnership with the European Association for the Defense of Human Rights (AEDH), European Digital Rights (EDRi), the Czech association Iuridicum Remedium (IuRe) and the Spanish association Comunicació per a la Cooperació (Pangea).

View the Comic Book in English on this website - FlipBook format

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