The Joint Committee proposed helpful tweaks to the , but it has not challenged the wisdom of leaping straight to a system of full state regulation of online speech, says Robert Sharp👇
openrightsgroup.org/blog/joint

The is at best addressing the edges and extremes of our online lives. If we really want to combat Platform Power, and to regain control of our online lives, we need to move beyond this Bill, to competition and data protection policy.
openrightsgroup.org/blog/onlin

🚨 ⚠️ The draft contains broad powers for Priti Patel & Nadine Dorries to control what we see and say online. Read this new blog by ORG’s Robert Sharp for a closer look.👇
openrightsgroup.org/blog/onlin

🚨 The defines legal but “harmful content” in two separate ways - both of which are problematic for . Read our new blog by Robert Sharp to understand why.⬇️ openrightsgroup.org/blog/whats

The court’s response to our challenge to the ICO's treatment of our complaint will shape the future of ICO accountability and complainants’ rights. Read our full analysis here👇

openrightsgroup.org/blog/our-a

🚨 ⚠️ How does the actually make the Internet less safe? Find out in this urgent blog by ORG’s own Rob Sharp detailing the Bill’s terminal threat to
openrightsgroup.org/blog/onlin

Data-driven technologies have shown the potential to harm & discriminate in employment, healthcare, credit scoring, insurance, housing & education.

Read this blog by Mariano delli Santi on our response to Govt's plans to change UK regime.
openrightsgroup.org/blog/org-r

🚨 ⚠️ There’s still time to by responding to the public consultation on “Data: a new direction” before it closes TONIGHT at 11:45pm. Find everything you need to make your submission here👇
openrightsgroup.org/campaign/s

🚨❌⚠️GDPR protects migrants & ethnic minorities against prejudice & bias.

Watch our video on how Govt’s proposed changes to UK Data Protection will increase discrimination against migrants & ethnic minorities.

👉🏽 Help us Stop Data Discrimination: action.openrightsgroup.org/sto

Government's proposed Data Protection changes mean:

❌Attack on Equality
❌Auto Firings & Racist Hirings
❌Health Records Sold
❌Unfair Exam Grades
❌ Mothers Targeted & Children Exploited
❌ Racial Profiling

👉🏽 Join us now to Stop Data Discrimination: action.openrightsgroup.org/sto

🚨 Join the campaign to Stop Data Discrimination🚨

The Government is planning to gut basic privacy laws that prevent discrimination. From workers & children to NHS patients & migrants, GDPR protects us all.

👉 Watch this video and take action now: action.openrightsgroup.org/sto

🚨 The Govt’s plan to scrap threatens all our . ORG's Mariano Delli Santi takes a closer look at the dire implications for NHS patients' medical data. 👇
openrightsgroup.org/blog/new-u

From the Home Office’s fake website to the Govt’s new data regime, the October edition of our Immigration, Data, and Technology newsletter covers a lot of ground. Written by our very own Sahdya Darr👇
openrightsgroup.org/blog/migra

🚨 ⚠️ Lord Frost says: Bypass Parliament to rewrite EU rules

That means:

» Environmental, industrial and employment regulations, as well as consumer protection, transport, energy, food safety, goods and products, culture, tourism, education and sport👇
openrightsgroup.org/blog/lord-

📣 Government’s attempts at regulating the tech industry are facing in several directions at once, risk undermining each other, and will weaken .

Latest blog by Jim Killock and Mariano delli Santi 👇
openrightsgroup.org/blog/weake

😡 😡 😡 UK Government's proposed changes to the data protection regime will allow tech companies and organisations to use personal data without consent, even when it harms individuals or trumps their rights.
openrightsgroup.org/blog/new-u

The must not be used to mandate nationality checks across the internet. Your name, your age, and your nationality must never be used against you, either online or off.

Great blog for ORG by Heather Burns 👇 openrightsgroup.org/blog/paper

🚨 🚨 🚨 The will empower politicians to define .

This means politicians will tell you what you can and can't say and that's a scary thought!

Read this blog by Heather Burns in full 👇
openrightsgroup.org/blog/how-t

While Oliver Dowden says he wants to “help UK business” his new data proposals are a scary set of reasons to keep your data out of any and all UK services altogether.

Scary, dangerous, incompetent stuff

openrightsgroup.org/blog/vanda

@TinBee The challenges of Brexit are coming thick and fast. A Net Neutrality review is also just out.

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