We did it! Our challenge to the “Immigration Exemption” is funded—thank you everyone who donated! crowdjustice.com/case/immigrat

Google or UK police: who is fibbing about terror takedowns? asks @jim as Google release their first Youtube transparency report openrightsgroup.org/blog/2018/

Political Parties And Advertisers Need To Be Held To Account: Here’s How

The Data Protection Bill is a huge opportunity to reign in companies like Facebook

huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/pol

privacy

"In perhaps the creepiest example, Facebook applied for (and received, last year) a patent for a tool called Techniques, for emotion detection and content delivery. It would use the camera in your phone to take pictures of you as you scroll through content. Facebook would then use facial analysis to measure how much you did or did not like the content in question, so as to determine what kind of stuff to send your way."

rollingstone.com/politics/feat

A Leak of This Kind of Data Could Be Devastating—how the UK government are risking leaking people's sexual preferences through unregulated “age verification” tech safeandsavvy.f-secure.com/2018 #av

A familiar mix of trepidation and anticipation: walking to BBC Swansea for a live discussion on Radio Cymru about data protection, Facebook and, I'd suspect inevitably, Cambridge Analytica.

Meet the new high-tech solution to Russian election hacking: paper ballots https://t.co/V2TJbhNqDN https://t.co/ibXWxmr2Xf

From DefendDigitalMe: In survey of 1,000+ parents where biometrics used in child's school, 38% not asked for consent. Retention? 50% not told. New @educationgovuk guidance needed. Families must also be told of third-party processing, retention, destruction PDF:
gov.uk/government/uploads/syst

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